Soc 101 final questions

Soc 101 final questions - 1. Goode believes that parents...

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1. Goode believes that parents influence the use of recreational drugs. The parents raise their kids to think and act for  themselves. Children grow a personality, and the ability to function as conscious human beings. Cooley’s concept believes that people judge themselves by how others act around them. People judge their own worth  from how parents act towards them, the satisfying impression they get from their parents would make them feel safe to  indulge in drug use. 2. The dominance of the criminalization approach to “narcotics” is attributable to 2 factors. The first is that opium use was  associated with Asians, a negatively stereotyped racial group, as well as unconventional low status whites. The second  factor is the power based established by the centralized drug bureaucracy during the formative period of Canadian  narcotic law.  3. The principles of office hierarchy and of levels of graded authority mean a firmly ordered system of super – and  subordination in which there is a supervision of the lower offices by the higher ones. These types of systems offer the  governed the possibility of appealing the decision of a lower office to its higher authority, in a regulated manner. 4. Women are the primary victims of sexual crimes, which include rape, sexual abuse, and forced prostitution. Young girls 
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Dontknow during the Fall '06 term at UMass Dartmouth.

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