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WPI - MATH 12002 - sociology - Study Guide

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WPI - MATH 12002 - sociology - Study Guide

School: Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Department: Applied Mathematics
Course: Introduction to Sociology and Cultural Diversity
Professor: Nadine Stewart
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: sociology
Name: sociology
Description: that cover the material in chapter 7 and 8
Uploaded: 09/19/2016
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background image Chapter 8 and 9 Study guide  • SYMBOLIC INTERACTIONISM Deviance is learned through socialization Cultural Transmission Theory
Differential Association Theory
Labeling theory/Stigma and impact on life chances and opportunity
• CONFLICT Perspective Deviance is product of the exploitative nature of the ruling class Impacts of race and ethnicity on crime • Social control – internal and external – how do these develop? • Positive and negative sanctions; formal and inform sanctions • Psychological explanations of deviance – focus on the individual. Concern:  overlooks social forces • FUNCTIONALISM AND DEVIANCE Cost and benefits to society Strain Theory – responses to strains  Control Theory – understand the importance of social bonds in preventing, 
rehabilitating deviance 
      Attachment
      Commitment
      Involvement
        Belief
• Deviance:  need for order and stability in society                     Behavior that falls outside the range of group norms
                   Positive and Negative examples 
                    Difficulties in defining and agreeing on deviance
                   Social definition - relative
• Relationship between deviance and social status and power of individuals  involved, social context in which behavior occurs, historical period •  use the Saints and Roughnecks case to discuss the importance of power and  social status on deviance and the consequences to individual involved • give an example of how definitions of deviance vary 

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School: Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Department: Applied Mathematics
Course: Introduction to Sociology and Cultural Diversity
Professor: Nadine Stewart
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: sociology
Name: sociology
Description: that cover the material in chapter 7 and 8
Uploaded: 09/19/2016
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