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Im Stuck in this question! can some one help me or if they now any idea where to fin more information about plz help the questions is Emile Durkheim made the surprising statement that crime is actually useful and perhaps even necessary for all social organization. Write an Essay in which you explain Durkheim's approach and point to a number of specific ways (examples) in which crime (or, More broadly, deviance) is functional for society as a whole. plz help

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    Just taking this course myself, so you'll want to verify my answer. The functionalist approach is that even the dysfunctional segments of society contribute to society as a whole, because they reinforce the identity and cohesion of a society's functional groups. Hopefully that points you in the right direction.

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    thank you so much it will do hopefully i could have more info and start to write my essay

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