Unformatted text preview: practitioners to another via learning 6. Identification how extensively practitioners define self in terms of the deviant activity 7. Philosophical integration coherence, comprehensiveness, and rationality of legitimations or rationalizations for the activity 8. Internal social control degree of regulation via sanctions threatened or imposed by group members 9. Recruitment extent of systematic efforts to bring in new practitioners Adapted from Figure 2.1 in Tittle and Paternosters (2000) Social Deviance and Crime: An Organizational and Theoretical Approach (page 63)...
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