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Critically assess the effectiveness of the criminal law as a means of protecting the environment from pollution.

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Is Social Influence More To Do With Disposition Or Situation? ...read more.

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when people conform, they have no request to comply with the rest of the group. In obedience there is a direct request to comply with the direct order. People conform because ...read more.

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