Social deprivation does not necessarily cause crime. There is always a choice. People choose to violate other people's rights. Having a poor social status may give some people motivation to commit a crime, but this does not account for everybody. There are many people who come from wealthier families and who are of higher statuses who commit crime. A CEO of a company may commit the same crime as someone who just has a part-time job at a fast food or retail store. I don't think one can make generalization that social deprivation causes crime. There is always a choice in the matter.