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However, this theory still cannot explain all instances of offending by all people as it still lacks a full account of the internal cognitive processes involved in criminal behaviour. Application to Andy’s offending It could be argued that Andy learnt to commit crime through the social contact and observation of criminal activity by his family and peers. From a young age he observed how his father was able to get what he wanted by verbally and physically bullying other people. Positive reinforcers of offending may have been the respect and status he gained in the criminal fraternity.
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We review this evidence, SOCIAL FACTORS AND CRIME / 29 drawing attention to the difficulties in establishing causal relationships, and specifying the mechanisms by which marriage, parenthood, or employment relate to crime. Marriage Many observers believe that criminality partly stems from weakened or broken ties to informal institutions of social control in adulthood as well as childhood. In their re-analyses of the Gluecks’ data, Sampson and Laub found that, after controlling for the effects of early childhood experiences, good marital bonds (as indicated by close, warm feelings towards the spouse, and compatibility in a generally constructive relationship) explained significant variations in adult crime, regardless of the spouse’s own deviant behaviour.