Soc Paper1 - Kelsey White Soc 102 Section 2 Chapter 1 Paper...

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Kelsey White Soc 102 Section 2 Chapter 1 Paper 1/16/07 Institutionalized Deviance is No Good While reading through chapter one of our Social Problems book, a few major ideas popped out at me. One of those ideas was institutionalized deviance. This is basically a problem that comes about when a society and the organizations that make up the society are not working together properly to meet the needs of individuals. Institutionalized deviance occurs quite frequently in the United States, but is often times ignored. Social problems like racism in the court systems count as institutionalized deviance, but overall are not viewed as social problems because as a society, we blame the individual. Someone would say that a defendant, who happens to be colored, broke a social norm and caused a problem, so they are responsible for whatever crime committed and found guilty. This concept itself could be institutionalized deviance, because bigger organizations could be to blame for the individual acting out. Another similar case could
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