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Refuses goal and the meansv.Rebellion1.Want to change either goal and/or means
3)Status Set and Role seta.Each status involves different rolesb.What is more important?c.Eg family or student as a professord.Not all roles can be fulfilled at the sametimee.Values and power configurationsf.Incompatible roles – teachers and studentsat a barg.Army, police officers – when do they stopworkingh.How to enact boundaries4)Reference group theorya.We are not only socialised by groups inwhich we belong, but also by external groups we take as models for ourown behavioursb.Your status depends on who you compare it tooc.RelativityWEEK 6: The Ecology of Social GroupsThe Gang:-Even if they are deviant, they still want to conform to the values of society(have money, family, homes)-In history is was believed that the main reason for gang formations waspsychological problems-If ‘we’ study how children navigate the Chicago city, they have to be tough andrely on their migration group to protect themselves-Evolution of gangsA.Clear process of transformation from kids trying to protect themselves, toa gang aspect-Gang formation is a ‘logical’ reaction to some urban environment, that creates acertain type of street socialisation in a context of relative poverty, rapid changeand rivalry between migrant groups-Common processesA.Beginning = ‘bunch’ of small kids trying to protect and earn moneyB.Specialisation – pick pocketing, drugs etcC.Effectiveness – to become better, forms into a real gang
-They are not inherently bad people, it is judt how these children have adaptedto their environmentWhat are the relations between symptoms of mental illnesses and urbanenvironments?-Strong correlation between districts and schizophrenia-Poorer area are more effected-The symptoms varies based on the type of districtEverett Hughes:-The study of professionsA.What are the common patterns of profession?oAll tend to impulse a certain lifestyle – characteristics-Professions as typical structuresA.Esoteric knowledgeoProfessionals think they have the knowledge that not everybody hasB. RepresentationoTechnical languageoIdentifiable signsoRituals marking a distinction with clientsoSocial figureC.Professionals become their representationD. TrainingE. Self-definitionoInclusion criteriaoQuality of the performanceoCreates solidarityoFace the ‘attacks’F.RecognitionoNoble vocation vs dirty workoStrategy for gaining status-Process of professionalism
-The social drama of workA.When your personal emergency is a professional routineB.Management of secrecyC.Management of mistakesHoward BeckerBecoming a weed smoker-Requires a learning process which sets up 3 social conditionsA.Learning how to smokeB.How to recognise effectsC.How to enjoy it-Group culture-SociabilityThe Labelling theory of deviance-‘the deviant is one to whom the label has been successfully applied; deviantbehaviour is behaviour that people so label’-There is no nature of deviance-

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