6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- Emile Durkheim
- Male aggression.
- Richard Quinney.
- The consequences of making and enforcing rules.
- Edwin Lemert
- George Vold
5 True/False questions
According to Edwin Lemert, secondary deviance sets in after → The community becomes aware of a primary deviance.
Edwin Lemert contended that there are two types of deviant acts. They are → Male aggression.
•Which theoretical perspective claims that a struggle for power is a basic feature of human existence? → Male aggression.
Labeling theorists are interested in all but which of the following → Why people commit crimes in the first place
The __________ model of lawmaking assumes that members of society by and large agree on what is right and wrong, and that law is the codification of these agreed-upon social values. → Consensus