The probability of enforcement can be conditionalized as

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The probability of enforcement can be conditionalized as: Proposition 4: The probability of enforcement of legal norms increases as the congruence between the cultural and behavioral norms of authorities increases. (White collar vs. Street Crime, Gays: Thio, Deviant Behavior , 1995, p. 62-63 suggests- "If law enforcers find the subject's legally prohibited behavior to be greatly offensive, the subjects are likely to be treated as criminals) added explanation Proposition 5: The lower the power of the resisters (subjects), the higher the probability of enforcement. (Working Class vs Middle Class) (White collar vs. Street Crime) added explanation Proposition 6: The lower the realism of norm violators (resisters), the higher the probability of enforcement." (flagrant violations) (Thio, Deviant Behavior , 1995, p. 62-63 suggests- realism applies to authiorities as well. This places limitations on the use of brute force and a desire to follow the letter of the law. Subjects "achieve" realism by concealing violations,
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course SCIE SYG2000 taught by Professor Bernhardt during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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