SOC 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: White-Collar Crime, Skeleton Crew, Vigilante

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Without social groups and social organization, there can be no norms and hence no deviance. Deviance, by its very nature, implies groups and a social context. It can be seen in any group, however small, and ranges from actions that might elicit raised eyebrows to violence and organized crime. Some crime takes place within an organizational context (e. g. white collar crime or violent crime in hockey). From the perspective of mainstream society, dead heads (fans and followers of the. If you watch the video with deviance in mind, you will notice that there is deviance (and, necessarily, social control) within dead head society itself. From another perspective, you can analyze dead head society in terms of social groups and organizations. You can see norms and values emerging through interaction within the groups and observe the creation of that all-important sense of belonging. There is also clear evidence of social organization and even formal organization in the lives of the.

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