As noted in the video Introduction to Sociology Deviant Behavior secondary

As noted in the video introduction to sociology

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As noted in the video, “Introduction to Sociology: Deviant Behavior”: secondarydeviance is labeling that is often done by authority figures and which sticks (i.e., the ‘deviant’ label sticks to the individual to whom it is applied).
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As noted in the video, “Introduction to Sociology: Deviant Behavior”: control theorytheory argues that the likelihood of somebody committing deviance is based on some sort of rational calculation a person makes in his/her own mind.As noted in the video, “Introduction to Sociology: Deviant Behavior”: According to the controltheory of deviance, the likelihood that Person X will commit a deviant act is a function of his/her assessment of the potential consequences of the act – the reaction of others, potential penalties, etc.As noted in the video, “Introduction to Sociology: Deviant Behavior”: The straintheory of deviance looks at a person’s position within the society and whether or not (s)he has access to legitimate means of achieving the goals to which our culture teaches us we should aspire.
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