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Social Learning Theory: State whether each point is a strength or weakness of the social learning theory

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Social learning theory has useful applications, especially in criminal behaviour. Akers (1998) suggested that the probability of someone performing criminal activities increases when they are exposed to that behaviour.

Siegal a d McCormick (2006) suggest that young people who posses deviant attitudes and values seek out peers with similar values, rather than having modelled that behaviour after become associated with their peer group

It can be suggested that rather than individuals modelling others of the same gender more easily, they may have actually been encouraged during childhood to imitate certain groups of people. Essentially, SLT may disregard other potential influences

Fox and Bailenson (2009) found that imitation occurred more easily due to similarities between models and observers



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