SOC 1100 Lecture Notes - White-Collar Crime, The Chances

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Some crime takes place within an organizational context (e. g. white collar crime or violent crime in hockey. ) There is also clear evidence of social organization and even formal organization in the lives of the grateful dead and its followers. You might consider the applicability of structural-functional, social-conflict, and symbolic-interaction perspectives of the analysis of dead head society. Calendar: this is a super film about the fans (literally followers) of the grateful dead. They have created a real community, with its own subculture, that moves from concert to concert with the band. Some of the analysis is done for you not necessarily by sociologists but that shouldn"t stop you from doing some of your own thinking about the film. Think about culture, subculture and counterculture about social solidarity, social control, community, identity and self-image. Emphasizes human creativity we have created the world we live in by using our minds, and we can also change it (2 mins)

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