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deviance quiz

Deviacne Behaviour that falls outside the norms or outside what is deemed to be acceptable
Positive deviance? Behaviour that is outside the norm but with no intention to harm or break the rules
Negative Deviance Behaviour that goes against the norm and has a detrimental effect on individuals and on society in general
Hooliganism The behaviour of those who engage in unruley, destructive or violent acts oftern linked to supporters of professional football
Relative Deviance Deviant Behaviour that is not acceptable in wider society but may be deemed to be acceptable by those involved in a sub-culture
What are PED's? Performance enhancing Drugs
Bosman ruling The rulling by the european court of justice, giving a professional player the right to a free transfer at the end of their contract
Sport Law The body of legislation, case law, and precendence that applies to sport
Created by: benbowen09