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What is the social definition of crime?


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2007-03-17 19:53:13
2007-03-17 19:53:13

The definition of crime in the social context is "that behavior which violates (goes against) societal norms". This can be somewhat misleading as societal views change over time and therefore such a definition is always susceptible to interpretation.

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