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Law, 15.10.2021 22:00, lberries08

The labeling theory hypothesizes that people commit crimes because society labels them as "criminals," "delinquents," and so on. However, these labels do not apply until a person commits a crime. In your opinion, does the labeling theory explain the initial decision to commit a criminal act? Provide appropriate reasoning for your answer.

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