Chapter 6 \u2013 Deviance, Crime & Social Control - Study guide - Chapter 6 Deviance Crime Social Control Study guide These come from the PowerPoints

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Chapter 6 – Deviance, Crime & Social Control - Study guide These come from the PowerPoints and the E-text You should be familiar with the following terms and concepts, and be able to apply them to examples: - Social control, including; Informal social control (Informal sanctions) & Formal social control (formal sanctions) - (hint: more in Chapter 2) Social control is a concept within the disciplines of social sciences Informal Social control Internalization of norms and values by a process known as socialization Informal sanctions may include shame, ridicule, sarcasm, criticism Formal Social Control External sanctions enforced by government to prevent establishment of chaos in society - What are norms? Folkways, mores and taboos? (Hint: given in lecture, more in Chapter 2) Norms are predictable behavior Folkways draws a line between right thing to do and rude Mores distinguishes the right from wrong Taboos are social or religious custom prohibiting discussion of certain subject - What Causes Deviance, and why is it Functional for Society?
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