Sociology 101- mini quiz 3

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Departs from society's norms and values
Deviance
Theories of Deviance
A rapid or constant shift results in deviance; if young people aren't given some type of guidance of structure.
Social Disorganization Theory
What part does gender socialization play in promoting deviance, and violence?
Feminist Theory
Society socializes large numbers of people to desire a cultural goal, but withholds from some the approved means of reaching that goal. Deviance- an "adaptation"
Strain Theory
Society and the law operates impartially to punish deviance. Deviance may be an outcome of inequality.
Conflict Theory
Receive both messages encouraging conformity, but also deviance- we end up with more of one. we learn to conform or deviate to society's norms
Differential Association Theory
The labels people are given affect their own and others' perception of them, channeling their behavior into deviance or conformity.
Labeling Theory
Both internal and external factors work against our tendency to deviate. stronger our bonds are with society, the more effective our inner controls are. (commitments, beliefs, involvements)
Social Contract Theory
Calculate the cost and benefits associated with committing an act of deviance. (if it is more rewarding than non-deviant behavior)
Rational Choice Theory
Purposes of incarceration
Rehabilitate
Protect citizens
Deterence
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Punishment
Three main points about social institutions
Order & structure behavior
Interconected blocks of society
Family structure
Constucting ideas about the world and how it works
Social construction
Definition of the situation
Impression managment
Expected behaviors, dissociated roles with status
Roles
Confliction expectations between 2 or more causes
Role conflict
Tension within a role
Role strain
Patterns or habits of behavior at the societal level
Social institutions
What we show and display/ the atmosphere that is given off
Expressions given off
What we directly say
Expressions given
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