Student Deviance & Crime

Student Deviance - brought up to want the good things in life and yet they are limited in their access to them Structuralist views cont •

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Page 1 of 2 Outline for “Deviance and Crime” Deviance: bahavior our of the norm Good – behavior that is not norm but is positive Bad – behavior that is not norm that is negative Default – Stigma: The Discreditable: people who have done something against the rules but are not yet “deviant”. Close to being it tho Disidentifiers – Role playing tactics to mask what you are doing or have done The Discredited: Deviance avowal – Deviance disavowal – Crime: Structuralist views of crime: Functionalist: 1. anomie – 2. boundary maintenance –
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Page 2 of 2 3. structural strain – people commit acts of rule-breaking when they are
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Unformatted text preview: brought up to want the good things in life and yet they are limited in their access to them. Structuralist views, cont: • Conflict: change is good- people in power are making rules. 1. “Deviants” as Robin-Hood-type individuals – Process views of crime: • Interactionist: 1. Differential association theory – 2. Labeling theory – 3. Techniques of neutralization – stories that people tell themselces to rationalize rule breaking behavior. 4. Accounts – • Excuses – • Justifications –...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Sullivan during the Spring '08 term at ASU.

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Student Deviance - brought up to want the good things in life and yet they are limited in their access to them Structuralist views cont •

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