biological and psychological theories
"double male" or "super male"
Yochelson & Samenow
What was the dominant theory in sociology for the first half of the 20th century?
According to Durkheim, what constrained people's behaviors?
Why did Durkheim feel deviance had positive benefits?
where does the structural perspective locate the cause of deviance?
What are the structuralists 2 main factors?
Deviant behavior occurs when?
According to Merton, anomie results from what?
Cloward & Ohlin's 3 types of deviant opportunities
conflict theorist view
Cultural conflict may occur when
lower-class culture theory
differential association theory
Matza's Drift theory
Becker emphasizes that deviance lies in
control theory of delinquency
"The Constructionist Stance"
Durkheim argues that deviance is
why is crime normal?
2 important elements of social and cultural structures
types of individual adaptation
differential associations may vary in
when criminal behavior is learned, the learned includes
conforming behavior is reinforced by
In patriarchal society, what is just as powerful of a system as class?
what characterizes the gender-related pathway of girls into deviance and crime?
the constructionist approach recognizes
The constructionist perspective consists of what theories?
what is a major contribution to female delinquency?