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Transcript of Deviance
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"It Is Not that Act Itself, But the Reactions to the Act That Make Something Deviant."
Which is generally most Effective?
Personality Factors - Some people with normal personalities commit crimes
Social Foundations of Deviance
Varies by Culture & Time
Deviance Defined by Society
Created by the Powerful
Clarifies Moral Boundaries
Brings People Together
3. Stigma- powerful negative label, changes identity
Deviants learn through Association via:
Frequency of contact
Targets of Labeling:
Interfere w/ capitalism
Cannot/will not work
Challenge Status Quo
What do our "criminals" look like?
Why Do We Punish?
Would You "Shock" Someone, up to 450 volts, If Ordered To?
Why the Disparity?
then click on crime.
Most Common Crime?
Most/Least Violent State/s
How We Escape being deviant is controlled by our:
Strain Theory by Robert Merton
Norms/Laws Reflect the interest of the Rich & Powerful
Powerful Resources to Resist Deviant Labels
Belief that norms/laws are natural and good masks political character
Watch 17:00-21:00 minutes!
White Collar, Organized, & Corporate Crime
Ford Pinto Case
"Culture of Fear"
Crime Statistics sensitive to demographic change
Graying of America: Will the increase of an older population result in a decrease in overall crime in our society?
Draw A Line Indicating Violent Crimes Over Time
Why Are Some Crimes
Repeated more often?
"Can't seem to get away from Misery"
Optional: Extremely Disturbing
1- Strongly Disagree
10 - Strongly Agree
There would be less crime
If Punishments were more severe.
Akon - I Tried
Scared Straight Clip
Mother hitting baby
Indonesian Smoking Baby
Stanley Milgram Clip
Pinto Crash Clip
Old Gentleman Robbing Bank
Breaking the barrier
Optional: interested in more?
Heat & Crime Related
7. Thomas Szasz-mental illness is a myth
5. Projective Labeling - future acts
4. Retrospective Labeling - previous acts
1. Primary Deviance - "the act", little effect
2. Secondary Deviance- "the reaction"
I feel like giving money away for the class doing well on the first PAT. However, cheating has been going on in this classroom. You two are suspect. You have two choices. You can confess to the plagiarizing or deny.
If neither of you two confess, you’ll get the $.50 since I can't "prove" you plagiarized.
If you confess (fink), and the other student doesn’t, I'll greatly reward you with $6.00 and s/he gets $0.00.
However, If the other student confesses, and you don’t, you get $0.00 and s/he gets $6.00.
If both confess, you both get $.25.
STUDENT A/B WILL EITHER SAY -
To both students.
To One Student
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