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21 terms
Sociology-Deviance and Social Control
deviance
negative deviance
positive deviance
deviant
behavior that departs from societal or group norms
involves behavior that under conforms to accepted norms
involves behavior that overconforms to social expectations
a person who breaks significang societal or group norms
deviance
behavior that departs from societal or group norms
negative deviance
involves behavior that under conforms to accepted norms
50 terms
Sociology - Deviance and Social Control -
Deviance
Stigma
Rules of Sociological Method - Emile D…
Clarifying Norms - Emile Durkeim
Behavior that violates significant social norms.
A mark of social disgrace that is set the deviant apart from…
Deviance, according to Durkheim, helps clarify norms, unify t…
Deviance serves to define the boundaries of acceptable behavi…
Deviance
Behavior that violates significant social norms.
Stigma
A mark of social disgrace that is set the deviant apart from…
20 terms
Sociology deviance and social control
deviance
white-collar crime
social control
external social control
Behavior that violates the standards of conduct or expectatio…
crime committed by people of high social position in the cour…
Attempts by society to regulate people's thoughts and behavior
used when internal social controls fail: punishment for being…
deviance
Behavior that violates the standards of conduct or expectatio…
white-collar crime
crime committed by people of high social position in the cour…
34 terms
Sociology Social Control Test
Due process
Racial Profiling
Plea bargaining
Recidivism
The system must operate according to the law
The use of racial or ethnical appearance by law enforcers in…
Legal negotiations that allows the accused person to plead gu…
Repeated criminal behavior
Due process
The system must operate according to the law
Racial Profiling
The use of racial or ethnical appearance by law enforcers in…
54 terms
Sociology Social Control Quiz
Strain Theory
Anomie
Conformity
Innovation
Deviance is the natural outgrowth of values, norms and struct…
Situation that arises when a society's norms are unclear or n…
Most common, accept culturally approved goals and means of ac…
Accept the cultural goals but not the means of reaching the g…
Strain Theory
Deviance is the natural outgrowth of values, norms and struct…
Anomie
Situation that arises when a society's norms are unclear or n…
7 terms
Social Control (Sociology)
internalization
sanctions
positive sanctions
negative sanctions
the process in which a norm becomes a part of an individual's…
rewards/punishments used to enforce conformity to the norms
sanctions in the form of a reward
sanctions in the form of punishment (or threat thereof)
internalization
the process in which a norm becomes a part of an individual's…
sanctions
rewards/punishments used to enforce conformity to the norms
9 terms
Sociology - Social Control
Family
Media
Religion
Peers
Control you though norms & values they teach.... This gives peop…
Control what you think ... Eg. Media moral panics... Control what p…
If you behave - heaven... If you don't behave - hell... Control peo…
Control you by giving you status within a group or through ex…
Family
Control you though norms & values they teach.... This gives peop…
Media
Control what you think ... Eg. Media moral panics... Control what p…
20 terms
Sociology Social Control Test
internalization
sanctions
deviance
strain theory
the process by which norms become part of a person's personal…
rewards or punishments used to enforce norms
behavior that violates significant social norms
deviance is the natural outgrowth of values, norms, and struc…
internalization
the process by which norms become part of a person's personal…
sanctions
rewards or punishments used to enforce norms
26 terms
Sociology: Deviance and Social Control
deviance
stigma
criminologists
Strain theory
behavior that violates significant social norms is called dev…
a stigma is a mark of social disgrace that sets the deviant a…
the social scientists who study criminal behavior
ciews deviance as the natural outgrowth of the values, norms,…
deviance
behavior that violates significant social norms is called dev…
stigma
a stigma is a mark of social disgrace that sets the deviant a…
34 terms
Sociology Deviance and Social Control
Deviance
Social Control
Passive Socialization
Resocialization Processes
The recognized violation of cultural norms
The attempt a society makes at controlling thought and behavior
Society's rules exist in our minds externalized by feelings o…
Coercive methods used to alter a person's self-image and pers…
Deviance
The recognized violation of cultural norms
Social Control
The attempt a society makes at controlling thought and behavior
26 terms
Sociology: social control and deviance
Social cohesion
Mechanical or segmental solidarity
Organic solidarity
Social control
Social bonds; how well people relate to each other and get al…
Characterized in premodern society. Social cohesion based on…
Characterizes modern society. Social cohesion based on the in…
Set of mechanism that create normative compliance, the act of…
Social cohesion
Social bonds; how well people relate to each other and get al…
Mechanical or segmental solidarity
Characterized in premodern society. Social cohesion based on…
28 terms
Sociology Deviance and Social Control
deviance
crime
stigma
social order
the violation of norms (or rules or expectations)
the violation of norms written into law
"blemishes" that discredit a person's claim to a "normal" ide…
a group's usual and customary social arrangements, on which i…
deviance
the violation of norms (or rules or expectations)
crime
the violation of norms written into law
20 terms
Sociology: Deviance and Social Control
Deviance
Strain Theory
Anomie
Control Theory
known as behavior that violates significant social norms
a theory of deviant behavior that views deviance as the natur…
a situation that arises when the norms of society are unclear…
a theory of deviant behavior in which deviance is seen as the…
Deviance
known as behavior that violates significant social norms
Strain Theory
a theory of deviant behavior that views deviance as the natur…
64 terms
Sociology. Social control and deviance
deviance
social control
informal social control
formal social control
violation of norms ... underage drinking etc... deviance in one cul…
techniques to prevent deviance
peer pressure
laws
deviance
violation of norms ... underage drinking etc... deviance in one cul…
social control
techniques to prevent deviance
14 terms
Sociology Final / Social Control
Why is deviance a relative term?
What is deviance?
what is social control?
social control isn't...
What is deviance in one country could be acceptable in other:…
-what is considered socially wrong ... -not absolute but relativ…
-any behavior defines/resp to deviance... >moral aspect... >arresti…
anything that influences conduct; thats what sociology is
Why is deviance a relative term?
What is deviance in one country could be acceptable in other:…
What is deviance?
-what is considered socially wrong ... -not absolute but relativ…
41 terms
deviance and social control - sociology
deviance
crime
stigma
social order
the violation of norms
the violation of norms written into law
"blemishes" that discredit a persons claim to a "normal" iden…
a groups usual and customary social arrangements on which its…
deviance
the violation of norms
crime
the violation of norms written into law
34 terms
Sociology of Law - Social Control
What are the two primary functions of…
What is dispute resolution?
What's social control?
What else control's individual's behav…
Dispute resolution and social control
Resolving disputes between individuals or organizations
Maintaining order, controlling individuals' behavior
Informal social controls such as customs, morals, religions,…
What are the two primary functions of…
Dispute resolution and social control
What is dispute resolution?
Resolving disputes between individuals or organizations
18 terms
Sociology Deviance and Social Control
deviance
collective conscience
social bonding/ control theory
labeling theory
behavior that does not conform to basic cultural norms and ex…
the shared norms, beliefs, and values in a community... Ex. taki…
connection to others in society leads to conformity *belongin…
argues that deviance is the result of how others interpret a…
deviance
behavior that does not conform to basic cultural norms and ex…
collective conscience
the shared norms, beliefs, and values in a community... Ex. taki…
39 terms
Sociology: Deviance and Social Control
Deviance
Why is Deviance sometimes hard to iden…
What does negative deviance involve
What does positive deviance involve? a…
Behavior that departs from societal or group norms
1) Can vary from group to group... 2) Difficult to agree on what…
Negative deviance involves behavior that fails to meet accept…
Positive deviance involves over conformity to norms, which le…
Deviance
Behavior that departs from societal or group norms
Why is Deviance sometimes hard to iden…
1) Can vary from group to group... 2) Difficult to agree on what…
22 terms
Sociology Deviance and Social Control
Deviance
Social Control
Informal Social Control
Formal Social Control
A behavior that is against social norms. ... (Not always crimin…
A formal or informal process by which people are punished for…
Family, peer group, school, work, media, and religions.
Legal system, police, and courts.
Deviance
A behavior that is against social norms. ... (Not always crimin…
Social Control
A formal or informal process by which people are punished for…
25 terms
Sociology Social Control and Deviance
Sanctions
Hate crime
Corrections
Internalization
Rewards or punishments used to enforce conformity to norms
Criminal act committed by an offender motivated by his/ her b…
Sanctions used to punish criminals
Process by which a norm becomes a part of an individual's per…
Sanctions
Rewards or punishments used to enforce conformity to norms
Hate crime
Criminal act committed by an offender motivated by his/ her b…
15 terms
Sociology (deviance and social control)
Deviance
Social Control
Stigma
Crime
Behaviors that violate social norms
Deviance occurs when people have very little connection to th…
Type of social control used by the greeks
An action or offense that could later cause the person to be…
Deviance
Behaviors that violate social norms
Social Control
Deviance occurs when people have very little connection to th…
25 terms
Sociology-deviance and social control
deviance
stigmatization
social control
formal social control
behavior that violates important social norms
application of social stigma of an undesirable behavior or de…
means by which pressure is applied to individuals to behave w…
legal sanctions or organizational rules (prison, fines, grade…
deviance
behavior that violates important social norms
stigmatization
application of social stigma of an undesirable behavior or de…
13 terms
Sociology: Social Control and Deviance.
Social Control
Norm
Internalization
Positive vs. Negative Sanctions
Enforcement of conformity by society upon its members, either…
Rules that define behavior.
Process by which a norm becomes a part of an individual's per…
+ = Rewards a certain type of behavior.... - = Punishments or th…
Social Control
Enforcement of conformity by society upon its members, either…
Norm
Rules that define behavior.
22 terms
SOCIOLOGY- Deviance/ Social control
Deviance
Crime
Stigma
Norms
the violation of rules or norms- range from minor traffic vio…
specific form of deviance- violation of norms written into la…
E. Goffman: used the term to refer to characteristics that di…
-no human group can exist without them- they make social life…
Deviance
the violation of rules or norms- range from minor traffic vio…
Crime
specific form of deviance- violation of norms written into la…
21 terms
Sociology: Deviance/social control
deviance
crime
stigma
Erving Goffman
-the violation of rules or norms ... -range from minor traffic v…
-a form of deviance... -the violation of norms written into law…
-characteristics that discredit people... -violations of norms o…
used the term stigma to refer to the characteristics that dis…
deviance
-the violation of rules or norms ... -range from minor traffic v…
crime
-a form of deviance... -the violation of norms written into law…
15 terms
Sociology Deviance & Social Control
Deviance
How do you become Deviant?
Stigma
Social Functions of Deviance
Behavior that violates significant social norms... Ex) Crime
Repeating violations continuously ... Commit an act that has ser…
Mark of a social disgrace that sets the deviant apart from th…
1) clarifying norms... 2) unifying the group... 3) diffusing tensio…
Deviance
Behavior that violates significant social norms... Ex) Crime
How do you become Deviant?
Repeating violations continuously ... Commit an act that has ser…
24 terms
Sociology: Deviance + Social Control
Deviance
Social Control
Stigma
Crime
behavior that violates social norms.
a concept that refers to the ways in which people's thoughts,…
a mark of social disgrace that sets the deviant apart from th…
behavior that violates a law and is punishable by the governm…
Deviance
behavior that violates social norms.
Social Control
a concept that refers to the ways in which people's thoughts,…
27 terms
Sociology: Deviance & Social Control
Deviance
Stigma
Differential Association
Anomie
Behaviors that violate significant social norms (usually law…
Mark of Social Disgrace
Proportion of associations you have with deviance and non ind…
Norms of society that are unclear or no longer applicable.
Deviance
Behaviors that violate significant social norms (usually law…
Stigma
Mark of Social Disgrace
14 terms
Sociology: Social Control
Internalization
Sanctions
Four Types of Sanctions
Positive Sanction
a norm becomes a part of your personality
Rewards and punishments used in an effort to enforce social n…
Positive, Negative, Formal, Informal
an action that rewards a particular kind of behavior
Internalization
a norm becomes a part of your personality
Sanctions
Rewards and punishments used in an effort to enforce social n…
16 terms
Sociology "Social Control & Defiance"
Main forces of disorder
What are the characteristics of govern…
What kind of control does socializatio…
What kind of control does sanctioning…
Population Size (Large populations are always more difficult…
- Necessary to maintain control in large,... differentiated, str…
internal control - we control ourselves
external control - involves people trying to control each oth…
Main forces of disorder
Population Size (Large populations are always more difficult…
What are the characteristics of govern…
- Necessary to maintain control in large,... differentiated, str…
14 terms
Sociology (Deviance and Social Control)
Deviance
Crime
White collar crime
Terrorism
Any behavior or physical apperance that is socially challenge…
Act that breaks a law
Crimes committed by people whose position of respectability a…
Unlawful use of violence and intimidation of civilians.
Deviance
Any behavior or physical apperance that is socially challenge…
Crime
Act that breaks a law
10 terms
Sociology: Deviance and Social Control
Deviance
Stigma
Classifying Norms
Unifying the Group
behavior that violates significant social norms
mark of social disgrace that sets a deviant apart from the re…
1.) According to Durkheim, deviance serves a purpose... High Le…
1.) Draws the line between conforming and non-conforming of s…
Deviance
behavior that violates significant social norms
Stigma
mark of social disgrace that sets a deviant apart from the re…
62 terms
Sociology Social Control
Internaliation
sanctions
Postie sanctions
Negative sanction
the process by which norms become part of a person's personal…
rewards or punishments used to enforce norms
reward a particular types of behaviors
spontaneous expression by a person or group
Internaliation
the process by which norms become part of a person's personal…
sanctions
rewards or punishments used to enforce norms
21 terms
Deviance and social control- Sociology
Norms
Internationalization
Deviance
Society decides who and what is deviant
Help people decide what behaviors are proper and improper in…
Process by which s norm becomes part of an individual's perso…
Refers to behavior that departs from societal or group of norms
Society decides who and what is deviant
Norms
Help people decide what behaviors are proper and improper in…
Internationalization
Process by which s norm becomes part of an individual's perso…
37 terms
sociology- Deviance and Social Control
social control
external social control
Internal social control
Recidivism
Attempts by society to regulate people's thoughts and behavior.
when we inforce norms through sanctions (rewards, punishment)
individuals internalize norms and values in everyday lives
relapse into antisocial or criminal behavior
social control
Attempts by society to regulate people's thoughts and behavior.
external social control
when we inforce norms through sanctions (rewards, punishment)
23 terms
Sociology- social control and deviance
Internalization
Positive sanction
Negative sanction
Formal sanction
Norm becomes a part of an individual's personality
An action that rewards a particular kind of behavior
A punishment or the threat of a punishment used to enforce co…
A reward or punishment given by a formal organization or regu…
Internalization
Norm becomes a part of an individual's personality
Positive sanction
An action that rewards a particular kind of behavior
35 terms
Sociology: Deviance and social control
Deviance
Crime
Cultural relativity of deviance
Stigma
Any violation of norms
Formal act of deviance
What is deviant to some isn't deviant to ofhers
Characteristics that make people stand out
Deviance
Any violation of norms
Crime
Formal act of deviance
26 terms
Sociology: Deviance and Social Control
deviance
stigma
criminologists
Strain theory
behavior that violates significant social norms is called dev…
a stigma is a mark of social disgrace that sets the deviant a…
the social scientists who study criminal behavior
ciews deviance as the natural outgrowth of the values, norms,…
deviance
behavior that violates significant social norms is called dev…
stigma
a stigma is a mark of social disgrace that sets the deviant a…
17 terms
Deviance and Social control-Sociology
Structural Strain theory
Conflict theory
Control theory
Cultural transmission theory
Deviance is natural outgrowth of norms/values, not everyone h…
Competition leading to deviance, struggle between those with…
Deviance is natural, people who are deeply integrated to soci…
Deviance is a learned behavior, differential association=# of…
Structural Strain theory
Deviance is natural outgrowth of norms/values, not everyone h…
Conflict theory
Competition leading to deviance, struggle between those with…
Sociology Deviance and Social Control
Control Theory
Corporate Crime
Corrections System
Court
Theory that states social control is directly affected by the…
Crime Committed by White-collar workers in a business environ…
The system tasked with supervising individuals who have been…
A system that has the authority to make decisions based on law
Control Theory
Theory that states social control is directly affected by the…
Corporate Crime
Crime Committed by White-collar workers in a business environ…
9 terms
Sociology; Deviance and Social Control
Deviance
Sanctions
Primary Labeling
Secondary Labeling
The violation of social norms
social reactions to deviant behavior
before label has been internalized
After label has been internalized, reenforces existing self-i…
Deviance
The violation of social norms
Sanctions
social reactions to deviant behavior
21 terms
Sociology-Deviance and Social Control
deviance
negative deviance
positive deviance
deviant
behavior that departs from societal or group norms
involves behavior that under conforms to accepted norms
involves behavior that overconforms to social expectations
a person who breaks significang societal or group norms
deviance
behavior that departs from societal or group norms
negative deviance
involves behavior that under conforms to accepted norms
13 terms
Sociology: Deviance and Social Control
Deviancy: from three perspectives
deviance
crime
stigma
1. Functionalism... 2. Conflict... 3. Symbolic Interactionalism... D…
the violation of norms (or rules or expectations); can also b…
the violation of norms written into law
"blemishes" that discredit a person's claim to a "normal" ide…
Deviancy: from three perspectives
1. Functionalism... 2. Conflict... 3. Symbolic Interactionalism... D…
deviance
the violation of norms (or rules or expectations); can also b…
36 terms
Sociology Deviance and Social Control
Diviance
Stigma
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS OF DEVIANCE:... Unify Th…
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS OF DEVIANCE:... Clarifie…
behavior that violates significant social norms
A mark of social disgrace that sets a deviant apart from the…
Deviance draws line b/t conforming members and outsiders of s…
Defines boundaries for acceptable and unacceptable behaviors.…
Diviance
behavior that violates significant social norms
Stigma
A mark of social disgrace that sets a deviant apart from the…
32 terms
Sociology of Social Control
What is the definition of police and s…
• Historical Perspective ... -‐ History…
According to Max Weber, what is the de…
Police and Politics
the structures and processes associated with the control of c…
**THEN, the police were part time and privately organized. Th…
human community that successfully claims the monopoly of the…
**In the 18 and 19th century in Europe they were a dependent…
What is the definition of police and s…
the structures and processes associated with the control of c…
• Historical Perspective ... -‐ History…
**THEN, the police were part time and privately organized. Th…
14 terms
Sociology: Deviance and Social Control
Deviance
what did Becker said about deviance?
stigma
shaming
violence of rules
not the act that make you deviance but the reaction to the act
belmish that discredits a person's claims to a normal identity
form of social control
Deviance
violence of rules
what did Becker said about deviance?
not the act that make you deviance but the reaction to the act
9 terms
Sociology chapter 4: Social groups and social control
macrolevel perspective
social marginality
stigma
status
-has several essential elements at this level: social institu…
-the state of being part insider and part outsider in social…
-any physical or social attribute or sign that so devalues a…
-a socially defined position in a group or society characteri…
macrolevel perspective
-has several essential elements at this level: social institu…
social marginality
-the state of being part insider and part outsider in social…
71 terms
Sociology Test -deviance and social control
Anomie
Crime
Conformity
Deviance
Durkheim's term for loss of direction felt in a society when…
A violation of criminal law for which some government authori…
going along with peers-individuals of our own status who have…
A behavior that violates the standard of conductor expectatio…
Anomie
Durkheim's term for loss of direction felt in a society when…
Crime
A violation of criminal law for which some government authori…
23 terms
Sociology - Chapter 7 - Deviance and Social Control
Deviance
Negative Deviance
Positive Deviance
Deviant
behavior that departs from societal or group norms
involves behavior that underconforms to accpeted norms
involves behavior that overconforms to social expectations
a person who breaks significant societal or group norms
Deviance
behavior that departs from societal or group norms
Negative Deviance
involves behavior that underconforms to accpeted norms
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