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deviance-violenceinsport - SPAD 391 10/2/2007 8:01:00 AM...

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SPAD 391 02/10/2007 07:01:00 Devieance – any thought, action, or feeling that runs contrary (or falls outside the  range of acceptance) to social standards or expectations (norms) deviant underconformity:  Un/intentional deviance Unintentional  o Rules unknown, unclear, misinterpreted Intentional  o Rules rejected or ignored Relativity of Deviance o Era  o Place o Situation  o Social status  Benefits/Costs of Deviance Benefits  o Unity o Clarify rules/ boundaries  Costs o Division
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o Disrupt cohesiveness o Control may be expensive  Approaches to Studying Deviance Biological – defects/weaknesses in physical makeup Psychological – mental illness, psychopathic disorders  Sociological- social forces Forces encouraging Deviance Masculine ideology  Pressure – peer pressure, parents pressure, coach pressure, etc.  Media  Desire to follow *sport ethic*  Sport Ethic Set of norms which have been accepted and reaffirmed as the dominant 
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course SPAD 391 taught by Professor Webber during the Spring '08 term at University of Louisville.

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