Intro to Sociology CH 6&7 Notes
Intro to Sociology CH 6&7 Notes SOCY 1001 001
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Chapter 6 Deviance Social Control ways of making sure human behavior is aligned lnformal carried out by ordinary people Formal carried out by authorized people police government Control Theory a view that suggests individuals refrain from deviant behavior because different factors control their want to deviate from social norms Deviance any violation of normal standards in a society Stigma labeling people as less than whole individuals because of a characteristic that makes others believe they are different Crime doing a criminal act subject to penalties by the government Victimless Crimes willing exchange of goods or services by adults illegally prostitution drug sales Transnational Crimes crimes across countries Strain Theory of Deviance states that people may do a crime because of social structures in society Cultural Transmission states that criminal ideology is attained through social interactions Differential Association states that deviance is a result of being exposed to criminal acts Social Disorganization states that society is created by breaking social control Chapter 7 Family Substantive De nition of Family based on blood including genetics law social recognition and affirmation of the bond including adoption and marriage Kinship the state of being related to others Patrilineal Descent only the father s relatives are important Matrilineal Descent only the mother s relatives are important Extended Family living in the same house with relatives commonly seen with grandparents Nuclear Family unmarried children living with their parents Monogamy marriage to one person Serial Monogamy marriage to multiple people all at different times