Does Social Deprivation cause Crime?. Prompt.
Social deprivation is the lack of cultural interaction between an individual and society. People who are socially deprived are more commonly known as “loners” and tend to be bullied during their childhood. Experts claim that there is a relationship between social deprivation and crime. They argue that social deprivation causes crime. However, others experts argue that there is no relation between crime and social deprivation.
Carefully read the following four sources and synthesize information from the sources and incorporate them into a coherent, well-developed essay that defends, challenges, or qualifies the claim that social deprivation causes crime.
Make sure that your argument is central; use the sources to illustrate and support your reasoning. Avoid merely summarizing the sources. Indicate clearly which sources you are drawing from, whether through direct quotation, paraphrase, or summary. You may cite the sources as Source A, Source B, etc., or by using the descriptions in parentheses.
Source A (US v. Kamen)
Source B (Bottoms)
Source C (Video)
Source D (Chart)