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The Late Modern World of Adolescence and Sociological Theories of Delinquency Chapter 11
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Overview Late Modernity and Apple’s iPods Rational Choice and Delinquency in a Late Modern World Sociological Theories of Delinquency in the Late Modern World of Adolescence The Social in Control Anomie Theory Social Disorganization and Late Modernity Differential Association and Late Modernity
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Overview Sociological Theories of Delinquency in the Late Modern World of Adolescence (cont) Subcultural Theories and Late Modernity
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Introduction Sociological theories Make the less visible visible Must be relevant Attempt to account for and predict delinquency Weber, Durkheim, Marx Must evolve to explain today Theory of status relations and the culture of consumption Social class and the iPod
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Introduction Push and pull of delinquency Pull is independent of socialization Affluence and availability Socialization, family, teachers, neighbors, media sources, and multiple groups Sociological research on delinquency Deviant or delinquent group focus
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Late Modernity and Apple’s iPods Youth define themselves Style, music, abilities iPods are a “must have” item Freedom Fits modern-day desires Personal computer Instant messaging, MySpace, personal Blogs Shift in how youth communicate
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Late Modernity and Apple’s iPods Additional differences in today’s youth: Privatization of space Cities/Suburbs Move more frequently Suburban offices, malls, parks Post-World War II suburban boom Segregated places Lacked diversity Long commutes
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