What Is Radical Criminology?

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Radical criminology is basically a theory which holds that crime is caused by the economic and social forces of society. It is based on 'Instrumental Marxism' which is a variant of Marxism and is not supported by government policies. It states that the society 'functions' in regard to the general interests of the ruling class rather than 'society as a whole'.
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Radical criminology is the advanced study of crime, its causes and how the community reacts to it. This theory states that crime is caused by the inequalities in society, and that decisions concerning the society are made with the ruling class in mind, and not for the benefit of society as a whole. This form of criminology is based on a form of Marxism called Instrumental Marxism.
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