Study guide part 3 (Chapters 3-5)

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How does the interactionist perspective define deviance? The infraction of some agreed upon rule.
T or F: From this point of view deviance is not a quality of the act the person commits, but rater a consequence of the application by others of rules and sanctions to an "offender." True
T or F: One can not always assume that someone is labeled deviant because they broke a rule, some are labeled deviant because of a condition. True
What is a example of the card above? Criminals, even if they only committed a crime once they'll always be considered a criminal through the public eye.
T or F: When moral boundaries are sharp and clear,moral panics are bound to take hold. False
How is theory of social reality of crime formulated? 1. The official definition of crime 2. Formulating definitions of crime 3. Applying definitions of crime 4. How behavior patterns develop in relation to definitions of crime 5. Constructing an ideology of crime 6. Constructing the social reality of crime (refer to pages 52-54)
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