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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 7 In-Class Project Fall 2007 Name:___________________________ Section___ ____ 1. Overconforming to social norms can, in some situations, be socially identified as deviance. (A) true (B) false ____ 2. What percent of rapes are committed by persons unknown to the victim? (A) under 20% (B) about 50% (C) nearly 65% (D) over 80% ____ 3. The study of deviance is usually limited to the study of norms that are highly important to: (A) most members of a society (B) members of society with the most power (C) A and B ____ 4. Whether a specific act is deviant can depend on: (A) the social status of the actor (B) the social context of the act (C) the historical period of occurrence (D) A & B (E) A, B & C ____ 5. The study of the Saints and the Roughnecks used which method? (A) experiment (B) survey (C) ethnomethodology (D) field study (E) existing data ____ 6. Which group of boys engaged only in what is called primary deviance? (A) Saints (B) Roughnecks (C) both (D) neither ____ 7. Socialization: (A) can be an important part of internal social control (B) can instill deviant ____ 7....
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