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Sociology of Sports Deviance in Sports
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Deviance Behavior, beliefs, or traits that violate basic norms and that are likely to attract negative reactions from others Behavior Deviance Behavior Society’s reaction Deviance
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Deviant status: Ascribed – physical characteristics Achieved – actions, behaviors, ideas
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Evolution of Deviance and Social Control Deviance Sin Crime Illness Social Control Priests Police Physicians
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Classification of Deviant Behavior Motives Pecuniary, material, or tangible Recreational Interpersonal or social Problem-solving Political motives
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Neutralization Techniques 1. Denial of responsibility 2. Denial of injury 3. Denial of victim 4. Condemnation of condemners 5. Appeal to higher authority
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Neutralization Techniques (cont.) 6. Metaphor of the ledger 7. Claim of normality 8. Denial of intent 9. Claim of relative responsibility 10. Claim of individuality
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Doping in Sports Doping – use of performance enhancing drugs, such
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