Hirschi's Social Control Theory?

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In 1969, Travis Hirschi developed the Social Control Theory (also known was The Social Bond Theory) which posts the central question: Why do people follow the law? He suggests that people engage in criminal activity because they have no bond with society. The likelyhood of a person participating in criminal activity increases when the person has no social connections or social network.
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The Theory of Social Control created by Travis Hirschi places a lot of emphasis on the role that is played by the society in controlling criminal behavior. According to the theory
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The components of the Social Control Theory are the family, the school, and the peer group.
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Post this in the Sociology section, since social control & deviance (crime) are sociology concepts.
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