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how many marks would this question get out of six.
Question is “outline differential Association theory as an explanation of offending behaviour”

Answer: differential association is the degree in which a person associates of individuals. Sutherland attempted to explain offending behaviour using scientific explanations. He believe that if the exposure to pro crime attitudes outweighs exposure to anti-crime attitudes then an individual is more likely to offend as they learned attitudes towards crime and imitations of the acts
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I mean it is a 6 marker so you do need to write a lil more than that
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Hi there,

When I did my A-Level in Psychology my teachers would always give me the advice of writing out different pointers in regards to the question depending on how many marks it was worth. So in your example, 6 marks would indicate 6 different points. You may want to use a supporting study to back up the statement by Sunderland

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