Lecture+_3+9-9 - The only material for marking boundaries...

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Sociology of Deviant Behavior
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Agenda for Today Erickson Communities Promote Deviance Heckert & Heckert
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Erikson Part 1 Chapter 1
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I. Deviance and Boundary Maintenance for Communities
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A. Communities are Boundary Maintaining Every community occupies a specific space in the world geographically and culturally, which marks it as a special place, a reference point for its members A community maintains boundaries in the sense that its members tend to confine and limit themselves to a certain range of conduct and behavior
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Human communities maintain boundaries for the following reasons: to retain a given pattern of consistent activity and behavior to make possible a degree of stability to retain cultural integrity
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B. Marking and Publicizing Boundaries How do people learn about boundaries? How do they convey them to the next generation?
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Unformatted text preview: The only material for marking boundaries is members behavior: the networks of social interaction and relationships between members Several rituals or behaviors may mark boundaries such as wars, religious or public ceremonies But the most critical for publicizing boundaries are those which take place between deviant persons and official agents of the community, including Criminal trials & punishment (executions) Excommunication hearings Courts-martial Psychiatric determinations of sanity II. Communities Promote Deviance Broken Windows Theory A. Boundaries are not fixed and constant for the following reasons: Over time there are changes in group structure and leadership Changes in the surrounding environment The new generation may challenge the old guard Heckert & Heckert Part 1 Chapter 2...
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