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Quiz on Sociology, created by lien.pham on 10/25/2013.
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Question 1

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What is the definition of deviant?
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  • Someone who comited the crime
  • A person who broke the law

Question 2

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Is downloading and sharing music, videos, sharing online illegal?
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  • yes
  • no

Question 3

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Why is the sociology of deviance is about deviance and not deviant?
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  • It because sociologists are interested in the crime itself
  • We are interested the people committed the crime

Question 4

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What do labeling theorists say that labeling can lead to a " deviant career"
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  • Labeling can have a positive effect on the person to pursue a deviant career
  • Labeling can have a negative effect on the person to provoke the person to pursue a deviant career

Question 5

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What is Lemert's distinction between primarily and secondary deviation?
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  • Primarily deviation- the person is labelled as a deviant Secondary deviation- the person is labeled as a deviant who still got their social identity
  • Primarily deviation- their social identity remains situational and is rationalized Secondary deviation- when the person begins to identify with and classify themselves by the label which society impressed upon them

Question 6

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What is Durkheim's theory on suicide... What are the four types of suicide?
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  • Fatalistic, Anomic, Altrustic, Fatalrity
  • Anomic, Altrustic, Fatalistic and egoistic

Question 7

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What's the difference between Fatlistic and egoistic?
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  • Fatlistic is occurs when the society restricts the person too much and Egoistic is when the person who weakly integrated into the society
  • Fatlistic is occurs when the person feels disconnected by the society and Egoistic is when integrates well into the society and make a sacrifice for the sense of duty of others.
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