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2 DEVIANCE AND SOCIAL CONTROL Question 1 Sociology is the study of human relations in the society, patterns and social interactions in day to day life. The Simmie “Side of life” and “illness and the internet” articles illustrate the social conception of deviance as discussed below. We are going to discuss the two concepts that come across according to the articles. The social behaviour are those that has been shaped culture and non-social behaviour are those that are biological like slipping or eating. The Simmie “Side of Life” we find that Amish youth enter a decision making stage at about 16 years. This stage lasts for a couple of years. In this stage they make discussions of aspects that they want to change and those aspects in their lives that they want to remain the same. In this stage the youths might adapt some unique culture and responses (Flexon, 2010). In this we find most parents don’t object these deviances openly, over time the deviance is implicitly sanctioned. The primary aspect is that youths here is that youths develop cultures due to anxiety and that is reflected in real morality. In this context youths comprehend the importance of the choice they are being requested to make. They face cautious thought, along these period exhibiting large amounts of social ability and office. On the other side, according to the other article, the author of “illness and the internet” explains sociological concepts of deviance. The study shows that there are two
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