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Conflict Theory&Deviance Project

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flor gudino

on 26 February 2016

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Transcript of Conflict Theory&Deviance Project

Conflict Theory&Deviance Project
Marilyn Moreno & Flor Gudino
Deviance in industrial society:
To the conflict theorist.Deviance in an industrial society is behavior that those in control see as threading to their interest.
As a result, the powerful and rich their positions to determine the acts of deviance and how the deviants should be punished.
Race, ethnicity and crime:

Supporters of conflict perspective believe that minorities receive unequal treatment in the American criminal justice system.
African American & latinos are more likely than whites to be convicted and serve more times.
white-collar crime:
Refers to financially motivated nonviolent crime committed by business and government professionals. Within criminology, crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of this occupation.
White Collar Crime
white collar crime is to financially motivated and nonviolent crime. A crime committed by the person with high social status in the course "occupation".
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