What is a moral enterprise?
What are the two facets of deviance making enterprise?
Who would be considered rule creators and rule enforcers?
What are the goals of manufacturing public morality?
When does a moral panic arise?
What are examples of moral panics?
What is one of the most clearest elements of social power?
Do people ever resist their labels of deviance?
Chapter 15: What was the first and most significant drug scare?
When did the shift on alcohol to other drugs occur?
What was said to have lead the youth to rebellion and ruin?
What are the 7 ingredient to a drug scare?
What were the three claims listed to Americas vulnerability to drug scares?
Chapter 16: What is the distribution of deviance associated with?
What does deviance creation involve?
Why is smoking considered deviant?
What was the purpose of the tax passed in California (Proposition 99)?
What was the primary concern of moral entrepreneurs regarding smoking?
T or F: Smokers were seen as engaging in unclean and objectionable behavior stigmatized qualities defining their social status?
Was smoking being considered a"patriotic calling" or constitutional right and argument?
Chapter 17: What are some reasons that a moral panic would fail to launch?
What are some of the criteria to the creation of a moral panic?
Chapter 18: What are some things the feminist scholars suggested?
What were aspects of the experiment/research done in this chapter?
Were youth responses consistent across genders?
What did youths describe as the primary police strategy in their neighborhoods?
What were terms that the police were described as?
Results of the study.
Chapter 19: Do all individuals engage in behavior consistent with gender expectations?
Why does women's violation of traditional gender role norms represent a particularly serious threat to patriarchal and heterosexist society?
What is homophobia?
Why are sports a susceptible arena for lesbian labeling?
What were two themes related to the lesbian stereotype in women sports?
How is silence in sports manifested?
What were 3 indicators/form of silence?
T or F: The silence surrounding lesbians create female bonding and camaraderie?
What were the three categories of responses regarding athletes internalization?
What were some examples of dis-empowerment?
Chapter 20: T or F:Over the past five years the number of prison inmates have decreased drastically?
Is recidivism a problem when it comes to inmates being released?
What race has the expansion of the prison population been particularly consequential for?
Chapter 21: Saints and Roughnecks
Chapter 22: Key notes
What were elements listed that assist with the doctors saint image?
What were some selected medical offenses that were listed?