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    Hey guys, I was hoping for a bit of guidance on Sociology

    Our question is:

    "Anomie is a concept first discussed by sociologist, Emile Durkheim. Critically evaluate how well anomie explains crime and deviance in relation to young people using relevant theories and studies"

    We got a few really useful prompts but I'm still not really getting it, especially with how to link it to youth crime. I was wondering if anyone could talk through any bit they could, obviously i'm not looking for someone to write me an essay I'm just hoping to understand it a bit more, any guidance would really help
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