SOCI 101 5th week of lecture notes
SOCI 101 5th week of lecture notes SOCI 101
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SOCI 101 LECTURE 5▯ Durkheim and Norms▯ • Deviance is breaking a rule▯ • Durkheim said that deviance is a social structure function▯ He believed that:▯ • Deviance is functional :▯ 1. Reinforces Norms▯ 2. Deﬁnes boundaries/ social solidarity ex. 9/11▯ 3. Lets off steam - without upending the structure▯ 4. Creates change ex. segregation ▯ • Deviance can be dysfunctional▯ 1. Disrupts social order, the day to day things▯ • People cant get to work because roads are blocked off▯ 2. Diminishes widespread conformity ▯ • Driving the speed limit▯ 3. Weakens society - social solidarity and resources▯ • Divert energy and resources. Hiring more cops because of speeding. Do you take money to ﬁx the conformity issues?▯ Poor Community ▯ • Decent▯ • Middle class, mainstream ▯ • Conforming▯ Street▯ • • “Consciously” opposition to mainstream▯ • Deviation from mainstream▯ • Respect is the esteem▯ • Juice is your ability to command respect from other people▯ • Girls of the street are concerned with:▯ • Getting their guy stolen by another girl▯ • Appealing to a guy▯ • He say she say Gossip▯ • If someone gossips girls will retaliate or get someone to do it for them
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