As noted in the video Introduction to Sociology Deviant Behavior When studying

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As noted in the video, “Introduction to Sociology: Deviant Behavior”: When studying deviance, symbolic interactionlook at the process of giving meaning to behavior – who decides whether or not an act is deviant and whether or not the act is serious enough to have anything done about it.As noted in the video, “Introduction to Sociology: Deviant Behavior”: Sociologists studying deviant behavior tend to use four major theories – differential associationtheory, labeling theory, control theory and strain theory.As noted in the video, “Introduction to Sociology: Deviant Behavior”: differential associationtheory argues that the likelihood of you committing a deviant act is based upon who you associate with.As noted in the video, “Introduction to Sociology: Deviant Behavior”: labelingtheory looks at who applies the “deviant” label to an act and at how the actor is affected by the applying that label.As noted in the video, “Introduction to Sociology: Deviant Behavior”: primarydeviance is deviance that people engage in, but which they are not labeled for.
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