. Compare and contrast the view of crime as pathological – that is, as harmful to social life, with Durkheim’s view of crime as normal, because it is part of all societies. 2. Explain Durkheim’s claim that crime makes important contributions to the operation of a social system

. Compare and contrast the view of crime as pathological – that is, as harmful to social life, with Durkheim’s view of crime as normal, because it is part of all societies. 2. Explain Durkheim’s claim that crime makes important contributions to the operation of a social system

. Compare and contrast the view of crime as pathological – that is, as harmful to social life, with Durkheim’s view of crime as normal, because it is part of all societies. 2. Explain Durkheim’s claim that crime makes important contributions to the operation of a social system

. Compare and contrast the view of crime as pathological – that is, as harmful to social life, with Durkheim’s view of crime as normal, because it is part of all societies. 2. Explain Durkheim’s claim that crime makes important contributions to the operation of a social system

. Compare and contrast the view of crime as pathological – that is, as harmful to social life, with Durkheim’s view of crime as normal, because it is part of all societies. 2. Explain Durkheim’s claim that crime makes important contributions to the operation of a social system

. Compare and contrast the view of crime as pathological – that is, as harmful to social life, with Durkheim’s view of crime as normal, because it is part of all societies. 2. Explain Durkheim’s claim that crime makes important contributions to the operation of a social system

 

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