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Nov. 1, 2007 - fight other gangs tag NO NO Crews(people...

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Forms of Deviant Association Associational Form Mutual Association (do they associate with other deviant like themselves?) Mutual Participation Elaborate Division of Labor Extended Organization Time and Space Loners (loner deviance) (Keep Deviance Hidden) (The can have friends) NONE (They don’t have friends that are deviant with them) (They don’t know others like them) (**Ex: self-injurers, rapists, killers, prescription drug abusers, eating disorders[generally], mental disorders, embezzlers) NO NONE NO, because it is just them in the here and now Colleagues **Ex: little people, drug users, robbers YES NO NO NO Peers (Homosexuality, sexual, gangs [neighborhood gangs]) YES YES (**EX:
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Unformatted text preview: fight other gangs, tag) NO NO Crews (people bringing others to fight others to fight others) (No organized crime) YES YES YES NO Formal Organizations **Ex: the mob, blood crypts YES YES YES (organized for illicit activities only) YES (multiple locations) White collar crimes o A lot of it out there o Crime in the suites vs. crime on the streets o WCC Dwarves loss and damage, both financially and through loss of o Occupational crime: committed by individuals for personal gain (business or government) o Organizational Crime: Crime committed with the encouragement of a formal organization (government or business) intended for...
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