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Chapter 7: Strain Theory, Agnew -we all have shared goals, disconnection with the ends and the means (money) Types of Strains 1. Objective Strains - outside of yourself, looking together and coming to an agreement 2. Subjective Strains - comes within you, casting upon a situation.happening to other people who have the same feeling 3. Experienced, Vicarious, and Anticipated Strains - E. you are experiencing the strain V. someone else is experiencing strain and you're feeling the strain from them. A. strains that aren't occurring yet but you know they will (moving into a tough neighborhood) Characteristics of Strains Most Likely to Cause Crime 1. High in magnitude - if someone says that you are making a mistake in an argument vs. if someone pushes you 2. Unjust - same strain is occurring but whether it is seen as just or unjust by you, it is magnified differently (slapping) 3. Low social control - (pg. 81) you have a different level of control of the strain (unemployed, looking for a job. . vs. attorney stressed with a
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2008 for the course SOCY 1004 taught by Professor Adler during the Fall '05 term at Colorado.

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ch7&8deviancenotes - Chapter 7: Strain Theory, Agnew...

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