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    Strain Theory

    Directed by shortcutstv 2018 5 min
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    This short film – the first of 3 in the CAST (Crime and Social Theory) series - introduces Merton’s Strain Theory by exploring both its historical and contemporary relevance to our understanding of the relationship between crime and consumption. The film covers its origins as a radical critique of The American Dream, its more-recent applications in subcultural sociology and serves as a useful primer for an understanding of structuralist approaches to crime.
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    Strain Theory

    This short film – the first of 3 in the CAST (Crime and Social Theory) series - introduces Merton’s Strain Theory by exploring both its historical and contemporary relevance to our understanding of the relationship between crime and consumption. The film covers its origins as a radical critique of The American Dream, its more-recent applications in subcultural sociology and serves as a useful primer for an understanding of structuralist approaches to crime.

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