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Notes 10/3/05 Seven stages of an Identity Career: 1. Getting Caught and publicly identified- You are tagged --thus eliminating denial This is what moves a person from primary to secondary deviance 2. Retrospective interpretation- People (outsiders) think back and reanalyze the signals and evidence Why did I not see that sooner? 3. Spoiled Identity- No longer have a clean slate Hard to get back old reputation Judgments and biases are created 4. Exclusion- From people who aren’t deviant like you People don’t want your label to rub off on them by association 5. Inclusion- Different people start hanging out with you They are most likely going to be deviant in the same way that you are misery loves company 6. People treat you differently- They will treat you in accordance with your deviance Ex) if a girl is bulimic- people may follow her to the bathroom after she eats to make sure she is not throwing up. 7. Internalizing label- Regard yourself as deviant and accept it.
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  • Fall '05
  • ADLER
  • Sociology, Scapegoating, Lyman, Secondary Deviant StagesPrimary

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