Sociology 1 Lecture7

Sociology 1 Lecture7 - Sociology 1 Lecture 7 15:28:00 Deviance—Some sort of violation of social norms(Folkways Dress codes staring shouting Mores

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Sociology 1 Lecture 7 29/01/2008 15:28:00 Deviance—Some sort of violation of social norms (Folkways: Dress codes, staring shouting. Mores: Teen pregnancy, promiscuity. Laws (codified folkways or mores: Murder, rape, speeding, J-Walking) Ideal type: A model that can be used as a measuring rod against which a particular case can be evaluated Typology: Organization of data into categories selected for their properties Social Control The mechanisms in society for regulating people behavior o Conformity (an individual behaving in a manner in his peer group) vs. Obedience (behaving in a way in expectations of authority) o Informal (i.e. rolling your eyes at a silly comment) vs. Formal (laws) Deviance and Crime Deviant BUT NOT criminal o Being promiscuous Deviant AND Criminal o Murder Criminal BUT NOT deviant o J-Walking/speeding ABC’S of Deviance Attitudes: talking alternative views or systems of belief (scientology) Behavior: concrete acts that violate our social norms (Britney
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course SOC 1 taught by Professor Mechlinski during the Winter '08 term at UCSB.

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Sociology 1 Lecture7 - Sociology 1 Lecture 7 15:28:00 Deviance—Some sort of violation of social norms(Folkways Dress codes staring shouting Mores

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