RLG340H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Spanish Inquisition, Michel Foucault, Fornication

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Impropriety and Bad Behavior
Creating Deviancy
-Punishment and Regulation
-Crimes Against Marriage
-Drunkenness
-Deviant Appearance and Cross-Dressing
-Violence
Deviance= an action or behavior that violates the social norms of a given society
-deviancy and impropriety is constructed (like propriety)
-bad behavior as anything excessive, as opposed to moderation
-Michel Foucault= writings about France, argued 17c was critical in process of narrowing
the definitions of morality and imposing restrictive behavioral codes (Reformations and
confessionals)- Catholic confession as example
not just bad actions but bad thoughts as well
need to regulate
increase in potential deviance
Punishment and Regulation
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