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According to criminologists, the cause of riots among many

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According to criminologists, the cause of riots among many segments of the population is not so much that rioters are being primed for violent behavior by their parents or to rebel against oppressive regimes by the media as that the rioters are spontaneously spurred to action by a specific incident.

*the cause of riots among many segments of the population is not so much that rioters are being primed for violent behavior by their parents or to rebel against oppressive regimes by the media
*the cause of riots among many segments of the population is not as much their being primed for violent behavior by their parents or rebelling against oppressive regimes by the media as much
*it is not so much the cause of riots among many segments of the population that they are being primed for violent behavior by their parents or rebelling against oppressive regimes by the media as much
*it is not so much that the cause of riots among many segments of the population is their being primed for violent behavior by their parents or rebelling against oppressive regimes by the media so much
*it is not so much the cause of riots among many segments of the population to be primed for violent behavior by their parents or to rebel against oppressive regimes by the media
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Will go with A . What is the source and OA?
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New post 17 Jul 2010, 20:31
we are comparing two causes....so the idiom as much as has to be used. So eleminating A, C, D and E. Only option left for me is B but that also seems incorrect. OA plz.

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New post 17 Jul 2010, 21:25
A is perfect. so x that y is the idiom. That kills B, C, D and E. Kinda simple.
C,D and E - use the placeholder "it" which is wordy. But 3:2 split leaves A,B in one group and C,D and E in other group. So A was straight !

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it is definitely between A and B. Will go with B. what is the OA?

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OA is B Guys!
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New post 29 Jul 2010, 23:34
completely bowled ....could not read the question also properly because of its length and went for E ....don't find any option good

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