Notes Collective Stigma ManagementCollective Stigma Management

Notes Collective Stigma ManagementCollective Stigma Management

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Deviance Lecture ASK TA ABOUT SINGLE ISSUE VERSUS MULTIPLE ISSUE GROUPS October 19, 2005 Collective Stigma Management: (with the assistance of others) Four Dimensions 1. Expressive Dimension - Help you cope with your deviance and understand why society treats you the way it does - People who can become their friends and their support group, basically they can express themselves 2. Instrumental Dimension - These groups are goal oriented - They are political - Goal: to change society 3. Conformative Dimension - If the members fundamentally accept the norms and values of society - Basically teaching you how to conform - Group encourages you to stay within societal guidelines (materialism, individualism) 4. Alienated Dimension - These groups are estranged from these norms and values in more than one way - They reject the normative means of going about doing things Collective Stigma Management: Four Categories 1. Expressive-Conformative: Have an expressive dimension because they fundamentally offer social support, social
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