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Kids who skip school usually have plenty of timeiii.Commitment1.Do you believe you can live a legitimate future?2.Stake in conformityiv.Belief1.Do you believe what you’re doing is wrong?2.Peer pressure counteracts this3.Need but can’t afford can affect thisd.Labelling theoryi.The bad kid label starts in 2nd or 3rd grade1.Usually caused by learning disabilityii.Strain, social learning, social controliii.Stigma (bad kid), self fulfilling prophecyiv.Primary deviance1.Deviance before labelv.Secondary deviance
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1.Deviance after or caused by label
Feb 16, 2018Deviance cont.1.Crime - trendsa.FBI ucrb.Disparityi.Percent of people in population should be roughly equivalent to percents incarcerated ii.Racial disparity1.WhitesBlacksHispanics% in US pop67%12%17%% in prison33%36%22%iii.Gender disparity1.FemaleMales% in US pop50.8%49.2%% in prison7%93%iv.There is also an Age disparityc.Questionsi.What happened in crime trends?ii.What happens in life to make people desist?iii.Why do males commit more crime?iv.Why is class/race connected to crime?2.Crime- Deterrence & punishmenta.Criminal justice system providesi.Deterrence1.Deterrence theory2.Vicarious punishmentii.Retribution1.Revenge2.Eye for an eyeiii.Incapacitation1.Adolescent- limited offendersa.Crime drops off after adolescent age2.Life-course persistent offendersa.Crime persists from young age (labelling theory, these are the bad kids) and does not stopb.CJ system seeks to totally incapacitate these individuals toforce them into a life free of crime iv.Rehabilitation1.CJ system wants people to change 2.Offersa.NA + AAb.Counseling
c.GED programsd.Work programse.Halfway houses
Feb 19, 2018Chapter 7- Social Class1.Definitions of Social Class2.Povertya.Relativei.Not middle classb.Absolutei.Unable to have food, clothing shelterc.American indicatorsi.$24,250 for a family of fourii.$20,990 for a family of threeiii.$15,930 for a family of twoiv.$11,770 for an individuald.Most people living in poverty are workinge.More white people living in poverty than any other race3.Impact on lifea.Familyb.Healthc.Schoold.Work and incomee.Criminal justice4.Social Mobilitya.Some historyi.1960’s ii.1980’siii.1990’siv.Todayb.Vocabularyi.Upward-mobilityii.Structural-mobilityiii.Intragenerational mobilityiv.Intergenerational mobility

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