SOC 3310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Labeling Theory, Devaluation, Travis Hirschi

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Restraining forces = conformity: containment theory (w. reckless) norms people (having a goal in life and are driven to achieve them)/ frustration, inner containment: Self - control: favourable self-concept ( low self image) / goal-oriented tolerance (cid:523)if you don"t get what you want in life, its hard(cid:524)/ retention of. )f people don"t commit crime its because brakes are in place to stop when you don"t have anything to lose / group reinforcement (cid:523)positive: outer containment: Friends and family who help keep you in line. It is easier to break the law peer pressure- friends & family) Support/ care/ supervision/ role model: commitment: pro-social behaviour - having an agreed pro- social value with society. Don"t drink a lot/ don"t skip school: involvement: conventional activities - going to school (positive)- keeps you out of trouble - the less time you have for bad activates you spend on good. Less time for deviance/time with family /work/ sports. : beliefs: common values.

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