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ch 8 sociology

behavior that violates social norms deviance
mark of social disgrace that sets the deviant apart from the rest of society stigma
social scientists that study criminal behavior. devience provides job to judges, lawyers, police, and wardants criminologists
used devience as a natural outgrowth of the values norms and structure of society strain theory
a situation that arises when the norms of society are unclear or are no longer acceptable anomie
explains devience as a natural occurence control theory
this theory explains devience as a learned behavior cultural transmission
this concept refers to the frequency and closeness of associations a person has with deviant and non deviant individuals differential association
people suspend their moral beliefs to common deviant acts techniques of neutralization
focuses on how individuals come to be identified as devient labeling theory
non comformity that goes undetected by those in authority primary deviance
resolves in the individual being labeled by those in authority secondary deviance
when the individual is denounced found guilty and given the new identity of deviant degradadation
Created by: tatiana6634