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2000lec16_ch6 - SYG 2000: Lecture 16. Chapter 6: Deviance...

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SYG 2000: Lecture 16. Chapter 6: Deviance and Social Interactionism I. Deviance:any violation norms/rules;Chagnon:not act itself, but reactions to it make dev A. relativity of deviance: what deviant to some not to others; dif groups have dif norms 2. ideal may not be real norms: Zapotec condemn adultery, yet not doing seen deviant B. crime: violation rules written down; in China, profiteering was crime result hanging C. stigma: characteristics that discredit people; violations of norms of ability/appearance 1. eg. : blindness, deafness; facial birthmark, obesity; involuntary member: aids victim D. social order: a group’s customary social arrangements; lives based on, why dev threat 1. negative sanctions: eg frowns/gossip for break folkways to jail/death for break more a. most are informal: eg stare at inappropriate clothing; gossip about infidelity i. shaming: >effective primary group uses; eg keep children in line 1. urbanism undermines: loss sense community;pink underwear—sheriff use in jail
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2010 for the course SYG SYG 2000 taught by Professor Girad during the Fall '10 term at FIU.

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2000lec16_ch6 - SYG 2000: Lecture 16. Chapter 6: Deviance...

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