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Soc 101 test 2

Crime and Deviance

What is Social Control Techniques and/or strategies for preventing deviant human behavior.
Who is Stanley Milgram? Created the 2 levels of Social Control.
What are the 2 levels of Social Control? Conformity and Obedience.
What is Conformity? Going along with peers, and individuals of the same status.
What is Obedience? Compliance with higher authorities.
What is Deviance? Behavior that violates the standards of conduct or exceptions of a group or society.
What are the 3 factors that determine deviance? Time, Place, Public Consensus.
Who came up with the idea of Stigmatization? Erving Goffman
What is stigmatization? The process of socialization that involves applying a negative label.
What is the functional view of deviance? Enhances conformity, Increases solidarity, Pressure value, and Social change.
What are the 4 social bonds of deviance? Attachment, Commitment, Involvement, and Belief.
Created by: Mhay