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Tattoos are being normalized and becoming more common, so some companies are straying from their no tattoo policies.2.Deviance - the theoriesa.Structural Strain Theoryi.American dreamii.Some people are blocked from the American Dreamiii.Create strategies1.Innovatorsa.find unconventional if not illegal ways to achieve dream (selling drugs)
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2.Ritualistsa.Goes through the motions of getting moneyb.Eventually gives up on American dreamc.Works to survive (i.e. minimum wage jobs, no college, etc)3.Retreatistsa.Live outside conventional normsb.Hippies4.Rebelsa.Denounce societal normsb.Work to change those normsc.Rebels with a caused.Political activists, movement leaderse.Try to change status quo, # leadersb.Deviance avowal / Voluntary outsideri.A roleii.Positive social identityiii.Neutralizes and rationalizes behavioriv.Stigmatized identity:1.Overweight, mental illnesses, molestation & rape victims, single teen moms, gays, addicts, etc2.Often find groups within their stigmatized identity, i.e. gays becoming friends, single moms becoming friends3.Free from judgment of normc.Conflict Theoryi.Power set rulesii.Criminal Justice system ultimate source of social control - imprisonmentiii.Examples1.Sodomy lawsa.Laws that make it illegal to be involved in any sexual activity that does not contribute to pro-creationb.Help heterosexuals maintain power over homosexuals, because these laws are only enforced within homosexual relations2.Curfew Lawsa.Laws that youth must be indoors at a certain timeb.Helps older people maintain power over youthc.Also helps rich maintain power over poori.Curfew laws not heavily enforced in suburbs or gated communities3.Voter ID lawsa.Require ID in order to voteb.Racial minorities, lower class, immigrants less likely to have ID cardsi.Typically democratic votesc.Helps republicans gain power over democratsd.Also rich over poor4.Penalties for crack/cocainea.Crack and cocaine are the same drug, however penalties
for crack are 20x greater than for cocainei.Crack is cheaper so crack is poor man’s drug of choiceii.Cocaine is more expensive, rich man’s drugb.Maintains rich > poor
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Feb 14, 2018Deviance Continued1.Crime - Theoriesa.General Strain Theoryi.People have 3 main motivations1.Achieve goals2.Remove negative stimuli3.Attain positive stimuliii.If unable to achieve goals:1.people feela.Angerb.Frustrationc.Depressiond.Fear2.People will engage in crime/ deviant behavior to alleviate strainb.Social Learning Theoryi.1.Values conducive2.Neutralizations + rationalization3.Mindsets4.Modeling 5.Normalcyii.Values are taughtiii.Socialized crimeiv.Socialized jobs1.I see my whole neighborhood is full of lawyers, I can be a lawyer!2.I see my whole neighborhood is unemployed, I will be too.c.Social Control Theoryi.Attachment to conventional others1.Will someone be upset with me?2.I love my grandma and it’d break her heart so I won’t do itii.Involvement1.Do you have the time? 2.Adults typically don’t have the time3.

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