# social problems

Justin makes a comfortable living as a construction worker. Other people who were in high school with him have bigger houses and drive fancier cars. Justin thinks he deserves to have more money, so he begins to make plans to rob a bank. What theory of violence best explains his behavior?

A. Anomie

B. Relative deprivation

C. Retributiveness

D. Subculture of violence

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