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Make the case that criminologists need to focus more (or less) on theoretical integration. Explain why.
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  • Theoretical integration (also known as theoretical sub-sumption) refers to more focused or specific concepts being regrouped or absorbed under a larger concept.
  • Enables two main objectives
  • Construction of models that offer greater accountability for unexplained crime, and fuller explanations that can be realized by combining complementary and distinct components of separate theories into a single explanation
  • Creation of general theory
  • Marks the development toward a more comprehensive framework wherein a broader range of crime and deviance can be related to fundamental causal components


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