p 194 195 From the functionalist perspective a society without deviance would

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17.(p. 194-195)From the functionalist perspective, a society without deviance would be excessively conformist. Such a society would A. be close to an ideal society.B. be highly productive and innovative.C. strive for perfection.D. limit change and innovation. Croteau - Chapter 08 #17 Level: Moderate Topic: The Role of Deviance Within Social Structures Type: Comprehension 18.(p. 195)From the sociological perspective, what causes people to engage in deviant behavior? Croteau - Chapter 08 #18 Level: Basic Topic: Explaining Deviance Type: Knowledge 19.(p. 195)People sometimes commit acts that contradict most any moral code. What explains such deviant behavior? Croteau - Chapter 08 #19 Level: Basic Topic: Explaining Deviance Type: Knowledge
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20.(p. 195)The tendency to define a deviant behavior as an illness, for which treatment is best left to medical professionals, is referred to as __________ deviance. Croteau - Chapter 08 #20 Level: Basic Topic: Explaining Deviance Type: Knowledge
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