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Social control-  Types of Social Control Legal Medical Informal 3 types of control direct internal indirect Progressive Era Civil War (1865 ended) Gilded Age Progressive (1890) Sociology Mechanical Solidarity vs. Organic Solidarity Chart page 19 Types of Social Control Legal Medical Informal Norms Perspectives on Social Order Consensus theory Conflict theory Interpretive theory
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Informal Control Human condition Agents of Socialization (8)  Family Community Peers School Work Religion Mass Media Legal System Chart page 51 Stanley Milgram Obedience Experiments Erving Goffman’s Dramaturgical Theory Societal Prospective on Deviance Earliest societies Viewed: ignorant and sinful (lacking ethics morals)
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Unformatted text preview: Early Modernity Viewed: bad (bad genes or person chose) Later Modernity and Postmodernity Viewed: sick and in need of treatment or rehab Medical Control Medical social control Medicalization Biomedicalization Therapuetic State Therapuetic Justice Middle Ages “The many watch the few” “Selling Sickness” culture of victimization The Enlightenment Robert Peel Policing in America 1) Political Spoils Era 2) Reform and Early Professionalizatoin 3) Community-Orientated Policing Dark side of Legal Conrol Foucalt Panopticon Importance of social bonds...
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