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Tommy has watched his parents smoke crack cocaine and is considering joining a gang that deals crack in the neigborhood.He sees nothing wrong with using and dealing drugs unless he gets caught.Which one of the following sociological hteories best explains his behavior?
A)Labeling theory
b)Differential association theory
C)social disorganization theory
D)Value conflict theory
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