Social Process Theories

Social Process - SocialProcess 11 Socialcontroltheory ASSUMPTIONS DEVIANTBEHAVIOR

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8/27/11 Social Process:  social control and self-control theory 11
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8/27/11 Social control theory ASSUMPTIONS DEVIANT BEHAVIOR IS ATTRACTIVE DO NOT HAVE TO EXPLAIN MOTIVATION FOR  DEVIANCE –AMOTIVATIONAL THEORY HAVE TO ASK WHY WE DO NOT COMMIT  DEVIANT BEHAVIOR THE ANSWERS LIE IN WHAT CONTROLS OR  CONSTRAINS OUR BEHAVIOR 22
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8/27/11 CONSTRAINT MAY OPERATE AT DIFFERENT  LEVELS OF AGGREGATION SOCIAL DISORGANIZATION THEORY – NEIGHBORHOOD OR COMMUNITY LEVEL SOCIAL BONDING THEORY –GROUP OR  INSTITUTIONAL LEVEL SELF ESTEEM THEORIES AND SELF CONTROL  THEORIES –INDIVIDUAL LEVEL 33
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8/27/11 TRAVIS HIRSCHI’S SOCIAL CONTROL OR SOCIAL  BONDING THEORY (1969) HIRSCHI IDENTIFIES EMILE DURKHEIM AS  INSPIRATION FOR HIS THEORY (REMEMBER  DURKHEIM AND ANOMIE THEORY OR STRAIN  THEORY) DURKHEIM REGULATION  –INTELLECTUAL INSPIRATION FOR  STRAIN THEORY ANOMIE INTEGRATION  –INTELLECTUAL INSPIRATION FOR  SOCIAL CONTROL THEORY EGOISTIC SUICIDE: DUE TO WEAKENED BONDS RELIGION 44
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course CCJ 3024 taught by Professor Staff during the Summer '08 term at University of Florida.

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Social Process - SocialProcess 11 Socialcontroltheory ASSUMPTIONS DEVIANTBEHAVIOR

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