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With subcultural values different from or even in opposition to the dominant norm of behaving in a lawabiding manner, Zone Two-type communities may even give law breakers a high status within the community due to their material success. Interestingly, strain theory argues that individuals residing in socially disorganized zones are aware of the dominant culture’s values towards material wealth, but are frustrated in achieving the same ends. Social disorganization theorists, on the other hand, would say that the dominant culture’s values have not been instilled and, therefore, are not an aspiration.

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