L10-Devtheory - Soc 302 Introduction to the Study of Society Professor Robert Crosnoe Explaining Deviance I Why Do People Deviate A Strain Theory B

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Unformatted text preview: Soc 302: Introduction to the Study of Society Professor Robert Crosnoe 11/4/10 Explaining Deviance I. Why Do People Deviate? A. Strain Theory B. Differential Association Theory C. Life Course Theory of Crime D. Labeling Theory II. Why Don’t People Deviate? A. Social Bond Theory B. Deterrence Theory October 4, 2010 Soc 302: Introduction to the Study of Society Professor Robert Crosnoe 11/4/10 Explaining Deviance I. Why Do People Deviate? A. Strain Theory (Merton) 1. The Notion of Anomie 2. Feel that what is expected of you does not match reality 3. The Problem of the American Dream 4. Expectation vs. Aspirations 5. Code of the Streets, Prisons October 4, 2010 Soc 302: Introduction to the Study of Society Professor Robert Crosnoe 11/4/10 Explaining Deviance I. Why Do People Deviate? A. Strain Theory B. Differential Association Theory (Sutherland) 1. Deviance is learned in primary groups 2. Positive: Negative Ratio 3. Social Organization October 4, 2010 Soc 302: Introduction to the Study of Society...
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L10-Devtheory - Soc 302 Introduction to the Study of Society Professor Robert Crosnoe Explaining Deviance I Why Do People Deviate A Strain Theory B

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