Study Guide Exam 2 (Spring 08)

Study Guide Exam 2 (Spring 08) - Who started moral panics...

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YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO DEFINE THESE TERMS, RECOGNIZE EXAMPLES, AND PROVIDE EXAMPLES FROM CLASS LECTURES AND READINGS. THIS IS JUST A GUIDE TO HELP YOU STUDY. AS USUAL, IF YOU KNOW THE MATERIAL WE COVERED IN CLASS, IF YOU HAVE DONE THE ASSIGNED READINGS, AND IF YOU CAN RELATE THE READINGS TO THE MAIN POINTS COVERED IN LECTURE, YOU WILL DO FINE ON THIS TEST! Sociological imagination- Individual reductionism- Structural Functionalism- Conflict theory- Symbolic Interactionism Achieved vs. Ascribed Status- Differential Social Power- Drug scares Dangers of legal and illegal drugs Moral Enterprise- Moral Entrepreneurs- Moral Panics- Rule Creators- Rule Enforcers- In the articles you read, who defined the different acts as deviant?
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Unformatted text preview: Who started moral panics? What was going on in society that allowed for moral panics to happen? What role does differential social power play in defining people or actions as deviant? Overt racism Systemic racism Deindustrialization-Gentrification-Rational choice theory “Weeding out the wealthy” Social construction of race Social construction of gender Patriarchy-Heterosexism-Consequences of challenging existing norms (e.g., gender, sexuality) Master status-Auxiliary traits-Primary deviance-Secondary deviance-Tertiary deviance-Identity Change Process Active and Passive External Status Cues-Recognizing Placing...
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