DAILY ACADEMIC SOCIOLOGY QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS WITH MWIINDE LAISON

Question  Discuss the contributions sociologists have made to the understanding of crime and deviance [25] Comment overviewThe question is broad hence caution should be applied

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Discuss: Debate is contention in argument dispute, controversy discussion especially the discussion of questions of public interest in Parliament or in any assembly.
Comment: A comment is generally a verbal or written remark often related to an added piece of information, or an observation or statement. These are usually marked with an abbreviation, such as "obs." or "N.B."