Defining Deviance

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Defining Deviance
1 Violation of social norms
1.1 Folkways
1.1.1 - Traditional etiquette. Not a serious violation.
1.1.1.1
1.2 Mores
1.2.1 Social values. Threat to social order.
1.2.1.1
1.3 Laws
1.3.1 Formal code. Serious violation.
1.3.1.1
2 Crime V. Deviance
2.1 When people commit a crime it is something they can go to prison for, its a violation of the law.
2.2 Deviance overlaps with crime but being deviant doesn't always mean that you are breaking the law.
2.3
3 ABC's of deviance
3.1 Behavior
3.1.1 - Rebellion - Violating dress code
3.2 Conditions
3.2.1 - Status - Poor -Rich - characteristics
3.3 Attitude
3.3.1 - Choice of religion - Political views
3.4
4 Categories of deviance
4.1 Sin
4.1.1 Satanic influence
4.2 Sick
4.2.1 Medical treatment
4.3 Selected
4.3.1 Homosexuality/Choices
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