2b - Creation of Norms Conflict Model-Powerful humans...

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Creation of Norms Conflict Model--Powerful humans create the norms and impose them on everyone else. Consensus Model--All types of humans agree about norms that should exist, therefore they come into existence. BOTH?
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These are overlapping categories with independent dimensions Some deviancy is not criminal - stuttering, handicaps, physical shape Some crime is not deviant - Tax evasion is a crime, but generally does not violate social norms or bring moral censure
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ASCRIBED & ACHIEVED STATUS ASCRIBED DEVIANT STATUS These are traits that someone is born with Examples can include; physical defects, being poor, race, height, weight, sex, things that often cannot be changed ACHIEVED DEVIANT STATUS These are traits that someone has taken on Examples include alternative attitudes or beliefs, violating normative dress codes, joining a gang, becoming a student and many more
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THE ABC’s of DEVIANCE A = Attitudes Achieved statuses based upon beliefs or
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course SOCIOLOGY 340 taught by Professor Richardfey during the Fall '10 term at ASU.

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