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    Can anyone help me with this debate?

    As in the strengths and weaknesses, use in everyday life and possible linking studies.

    It's the only debate I dont know, because my teacher didnt go through it and expects us to do it ourselves, but then I dont know if it's right or not.
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    You really don't need to know this debate in detail. Or at all really. I haven't explicitly heard about it, rather than in reference to explanations of insititutional aggression. You could say that either one is deterministic/reductionist.
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    (Original post by billet-doux)
    You really don't need to know this debate in detail. Or at all really. I haven't explicitly heard about it, rather than in reference to explanations of insititutional aggression. You could say that either one is deterministic/reductionist.
    Yeah, just im doing the OCR exam and the last question is an essay question on any one of the debates and it asks for +/- and everyday use and stuff, so im just hoping it doesnt come up because I dont know much about it.
    Thanks though.
 
 
 
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