ANTH Social Control

ANTH Social Control - Social Control and Order ANTH 102...

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Social Control and Order ANTH 102 Understanding Other Cultures Fall 2006
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Social Control and Order Kinds of social control Social control in small-scale societies Social control in state-level societies Social conflict and violence
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Social Control and Order: Kinds of Social Control Social control - process by which social order is maintained But also: vehicles for domination and hierarchy Underlying premises: 1) ensure social conformity; and 2) people break the rules
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Social Control and Order: Kinds of Social Control Formal/informal aspects of social control Two major instruments of social control: Norms - taken-for-granted standards for social behavior Media Laws - culture-specific formal, binding rules that define right and wrong behavior
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Social Control and Order: Kinds of Social Control Infralegal - disputes settled w/o intervention of special authorities No court intervention Non-violent Extralegal - disputes that escalate into violence Feuds - long-term retributive violence Wars
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ANTH 101 taught by Professor Simmons during the Fall '06 term at South Carolina.

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