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Crim J 201, January 15, 2015

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Crim J 201, January 15, 2015 CRM J 201

Sheri Hill
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Into to Criminological Theory
Dr. Neuilly

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Into to Criminological Theory
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Date Created: 02/05/15
Week 3 towards Exam 2 Thursday March 5 Z 15 123 PM Labeling and Reintegrative Shame Theories The way we categorize people has an impact and sometimes it can be positive Symbolic Interaction O I am not what I think I am I am not what I think I am I am what I think you think I am 0 Blumer 1969 and his 3 premises 1 People react to things based on what these things mean to them 2 These meanings arise from interactions with others 3 These meanings are then modifiedinterpreted by the individual I Helps us how we learn about crime Becker39s Outside Study 1963 o Deviance is the result of social groups making rules and then labeling those who do not conform to the rules as deviant 0 How does this work I Moral Entrepreneurs identify a problem and propose a solution in terms of changing the rules active I Rule Enforcers are professionals whose job it is to ensure that rules and laws are followed by members of society III They do not enforce rules for the belief of them but because they believe in enforcing rules III They cannot do too good a job because then their job gets threatened Tannenbaum 1938 and Lemert 1974 O The process of being caught and labeled a quotcriminalquot becomes a selffulfilling prophecy O Rebellious acts are normal for adolescents I The difference between them and adults is if they get caught NOT if they act a certain way 0 Lemert argues between being labeled of primary or secondary deviance I Primary Deviance initial nonconforming act that comes to attention of authorities I Secondary Deviance results from society39s reaction to primary deviance Chambliss 1973 0 Saints and Roughnecks I Saints being wealthy and performing well in school I Roughnecks being from a poor family and not doing well in school I They would both do the same delinquent act but the saints would never get in trouble labeling them as good kids and the roughnecks as trouble makers I It wasn t the crime but it was how their peers perceived them III They came from different social classes with different capital Reintegrating Shaming Braithwaite 0 We interpret what we think these labels mean and adapt to what they are 0 Labels can shame us I Mostly the criminal justice system puts negative labels on people I Shaming social control strategy depending on values consensus o Disintegrative Shaming assigning negative labels to people who have committed crime ex con norm 0 Reintegrative Shaming using shame as punishment then moving on and reinserting the individual into society I Used in a positive way I We should label behaviors not they individual I Equivalent of quotgetting over itquot Crim J 201 Page 1


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