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    I studied sociology at A level and loved it! But as a degree I feel like there’s too many aspects of it that don’t interest me. One of my favourite parts of Sociology was the crime and deviance module which has got me thinking about studying criminology. I’ve always considered it and found it interesting but how similar actually is criminology to crime and deviance and Sociology?

    Anybody who’s studied either got any advice for me? Perhaps I should apply for a ‘sociology and criminology’ course and see how that goes?
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