syg outline ch7 t10

syg outline ch7 t10 - Techniques of neutralization c.v....

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CHAPTER 7- 10th DEVIANT BEHAVIOR AND SOCIAL CONTROL 1. Definition a. Functions b. Social control b.i. Typology of sanctions c. Tolerance limits c.i. Importance of the norm being violated c.ii. Situation of the act c.iii. Characteristics of the violator c.iv. Cultural values c.v. Time period variations 2. Theories of deviance a. Biological b. Psychological b.i. Freud b.ii. Behavioral b.iii. Individual choice c. Sociological c.i. Anomie c.ii. Strain Theory (c.ii.1) Merton’s modes of adaptation c.iii. Control theory c.iv.
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Unformatted text preview: Techniques of neutralization c.v. Differential association or cultural transmission theory c.vi. Labeling theory c.vii. Conflict approach (see page 151, 152- The Emergence of Laws) 3. White collar crime 4. Victims of crime 5. Prisons a. 4 goals b. A Bad Country in Which to Be a Criminal-page 161 c. The Continuing Debate Over Capital Punishment-Does It Deter Murderers? d. Cost of crime vs. cost of prison e. Funnel effect...
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course SYG 2000 taught by Professor Dr.darwindriggers during the Spring '09 term at Hillsborough.

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