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Module 2 Crime and Deviance 13 Specification Area(s): Explanations for Crime You will need: Wincup and Griffiths (“Crime, Deviance and Social Control”) p. 63 - 79 Total Marks: 25 Complete the following table using Taylor, Walton and Young’s “7 elements” of a fully social theory of deviance. 7. The Wider Origins of the Deviant Act: Identify some wider “social, political and economic” factors that influence criminal behaviour: 8. The Immediate Origins of the Deviant Act How might people with similar social backgrounds react differently in terms of deviance / non- deviance? 9. The Actual Act Why might individuals be unable to carry-out their deviant plans? 10. The Immediate Power and Control
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Unformatted text preview: www.sociology.org.uk Module 2 Crime and Deviance 13 Origins of the Social Reaction. How can the reactions of others to a deviant’s behaviour influence their subsequent behaviour? 11. The Wider Origins of the Deviant Reaction How might the responses of government, media, etc. influence both deviant behaviour and public perceptions of deviants? 6. The Outcome of the Social Reaction to a Deviant's Further Action. How do the labels successfully stuck to people (deviants) affect their future behaviour? 12. The Nature of the Deviant Process as a Whole. How do all of the above elements fit together to explain deviance? Power and Control www.sociology.org.uk...
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