3 types of norms
ABC's of deviance
the degree to which an act will be treated as deviant depends on
what has increased societies based on shared culture rather than on narrow calculations of individual self-interest?
when are moral panics more likely to grow?
the official definition of crime
conflict theory of crime
All persons - whether they create definitions of crime or are the objects of these definitions - act in
The probability that persons will develop action patterns with a high potential for being defined as criminal depends on
An ideology of crime is constructed and diffused by what?
What is one of the most concrete ways by which an ideology of crime is formed and transmitted?
How is the social reality of crime constructed?
According to Durkheim's anomie view, why do people internalize social norms?
According to Brooks, in order to cope with the implications of the new reality, we must
In regards to the labeling theory, Becker locates the root of deviance where?
In the labeling theory, whether an act is deviant or not depends on what?
According to the labeling theory, deviance lies with in what?
According to Hughes' analysis, some statuses
In regards to integrated typology of deviance, the behaviors and conditions of more powerful actors are less likely to
Deviant behavior actually serves as a test of
According to Erikson, the institutions and agencies mandated to manage deviance also do what?
What is found in society that marks boundaries?
How do the members of a community inform one another about the placement of their boundaries?
Boundaries only remain meaningful when