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SOCIOLOGY 4100: DEVIANCE MATT COUSINEAU, PH.D. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY, & SOCIAL WORK HALEY CENTER 7022 AUBURN UNIVERSITY AUBURN, AL 36830 [email protected] (Dis)Affiliative Deviance
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(Dis)Affiliative vs. Affiliative Deviance Pager (2003) Rosenhan (1973) Sanders (1988) Focus on the (dis)affiliative consequences of deviance: how it excludes people from opportunities like jobs (Pager 2003) and freedom of movement (Rosenhan 1973) Brings affiliative deviance to the foreground: how it includes people in particular groups or communities like the tattooed
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Tattooing as Affiliative Deviance Tattooing is affiliative deviance in the senses that it serves to (Sanders 1988): A. Make people accessible to each other or make them available for social interactions of appreciation with other tattooed people B. Demonstrate the tattooed persons connections to specialized interests and activities, i.e. veterans tattooed with unit name and motorcycle gang members sporting club insignia
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Does this affiliative deviance through tattooing mean that the tattooed are affiliating with the same groups? No Affiliations vary by gender: The groups the tattooed affiliate with vary by gender.
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Gender and Tattoos
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  • Spring '18
  • Mathew Cousineau
  • Sociology, tattoos, affiliative deviance

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