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27 .   The medicalization of deviance can also be reversed . Which of the following is an example of demedicalization ?
A. the current definition of anti-social behavior
B. the current definition of mental illness
C. the current definition of homosexuality
D. the current definition of learning problems
28 .   Deviance is learned through interaction with members of a deviant group . This defines which theoretical perspective ?
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29 .   Once a person is socialized into the subculture of a deviant group , their deviant behavior can be controlled by
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30 .   Individuals typically engage in deviant behavior only on temporary basis . Long - term deviance requires
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31 .   Deviant subcultures provide their members with
A. an identity and self - worth .
B. stable environments .
C. useful skills .
D. future opportunities .
32 .   Some deviant acts are committed without membership in a deviant subculture and without the support of others . This type of deviance is known as
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33 .   Deviance tends to occur when a major discrepancy exists between the culturally defined goals and the means of achieving those goals . Which theoretical perspective of deviance does this statement represent ?
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34 .   Strain theory suggests that deviance has it s roots in
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35 .   Strain theory proposes that when _____________ , people resort to deviant means to accomplish socially defined goals .
A. pressured by expectations
B. conventional opportunities are blocked
C. influenced by a deviant subculture
D. opportunities arise
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27.The medicalization of deviance can also be reversed. Which of the following is an example of demedicalization? A. the current definition of anti-social behaviorB. the current definition of mental illnessC. the current definition of homosexualityD. the current definition of learning problems
28.Deviance is learned through interaction with members of a deviant group. This defines which theoretical perspective?
29.Once a person is socialized into the subculture of a deviant group, their deviant behavior can be controlled by
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