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Saw and Mckay refers to the inability of communities to solve common problems: Social Disorganization The 1:100 rule as described by Jessica Stroop is an example of something that can be viewed …..consensus vs conflict This is another term for normalessness and was popularized by merton: anomie Sumner described these three types of norms: folkways, mores and laws. The difference b/t mala se and mala prohibited…the act is bad because it is prohibited as opposed to an act that is bad b/c of its demeanor. Difference b/t robbery and burglary….robbery is when you use force. Burglary is when you break into an institution (house etc) The term popularized by cohen describes how lower class society is evaluated. Middle class measuring rod This is the type of learning that that akers added to differential association ….differential reinforcement/operant Key terms Sampson and laubs age-graded theory of informal social control: trajectories, transitions and turning points. This biological theory is based on the idea that crminals have physically distinct features.
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