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Chapter 08Deviance and Social ControlMultiple Choice Questions1.(p. 193)Which factor helps define the boundary between normal and deviant? A. conformityB.nonconformityC. use of forceD. conditioning
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Introduction2.(p. 193)Deviance is best defined as which of the following?
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Introduction3.(p. 193)What we define as normal and abnormal behavior depends on
Bloom's Taxonomy: UnderstandLevel: ModerateTopic: Defining Deviance
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4.(p. 193)According to Emile Durkheim's definition, an act is deviant or criminal because it
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: ModerateTopic: Defining Deviance5.(p. 193)Which of the following accurately describes deviance? A. It is defined as immoral and wrong.B. It resists change.C. It depends on a public condemnation.D.It changes with time and context.
Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: ModerateTopic: Defining Deviance6.(p. 193)What did Emile Durkheim mean by collective conscience?
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: BasicTopic: Defining Deviance7.(p. 193)Divorce was once considered deviant, and in many parts of the world, it still is. Americans today hardly think of divorce as something abnormal. Which reason is responsible forthe redefinition of divorce as no longer deviant?
Bloom's Taxonomy: Apply
Level: ModerateTopic: Defining Deviance8.(p. 193-194)A behavior comes to be defined as deviant because
Bloom's Taxonomy: RememberLevel: ModerateTopic: Defining Deviance9.(p. 194-195)From the sociological perspective on deviance, how does a person become an alcoholic? A. He or she has a very high blood-alcohol level.B. He or she exhibits behavior indicative of intoxication.C. He or she commits a public outrage.D.He or she is labeled as such.
Bloom's Taxonomy: ApplyLevel: DifficultTopic: Defining Deviance

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