Sociology Chapter 8: Deviance and Social Control Section 1- deviance (175-185)



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Chapter 8: Deviance and Social Control
Section 1- Deviance (175-185)


Intro





The Nature of Deviance






The Social Functions of Deviance






  • Clarifying Norms



  • Unifying the Group




  • Promoting Social Change




  • Providing Jobs



Explaining Deviance






  • Conflict Perspective




  • Interactionist Perspective




Section 1 Review


  1. Identifying and explain

Robert K. Merton-

Richard Quinney-

Travis Hirschi-

Edwin Sutherland-

Edwin Lemert-

Howard Becker-

Harold Garfinkel-




  1. Categorizing Complete the organizer below to identify the functions of deviance.


  1. Finding the Main Idea

    1. Explain how someone comes to be considered a deviant

Name: Sociology



Chapter 8: Deviance and Social Control
Section 2- Crime (187-197)


Intro






Crime Statistics





Types of Crime







  • Violent Crime






  • Victimless Crime


  • White-Collar Crime



  • Organized Crime



The Criminal Justice System











  • Police



  • Courts




  • Corrections




  • Juvenile-Justice System





Section 2 Review


  1. Summarizing Complete the table below. Use it to identify and describe the characteristics of the five categories of crime discussed in this section




Type of Crime

Characteristics
























  1. Finding the Main Idea

    1. Describe the trends in the incidence of violent crimes and property crimes over the last few years in the United States



    1. What are the four major components of the U.S. justice system


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