Behavioural sciences, Criminology, Rational choice theory
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Behavioural sciences, Criminology, Rational choice theory


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The sociological functions in society remain one of the many studied sciences, specifically because of patterns, behaviors and other actions which take place among individuals and groups. Understanding why specific actions occur as well as how individuals determine different focuses within their life is one which is often questioned and which is based on several theories of why behaviors form among groups of people. In Tim Harfords The Logic of Life The Rational Economics of an Irrational World, there is an understanding of the sociological processes of marginalized groups as well as larger trends. The patterns which Harford points out summarize how different groups of people which seem to act illogically are finding rationale within given situations. Examining the rational viewpoint of

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