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Department
Sociology
Course Code
SOC211H5
Professor
Reza Barmaki

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SOC211: Deviance and Social Control         Jan 13/14    Science • Systematic observation, testing, data collection… • Secular: no supernatural forces  Assumptions: • Universe: inherent order • Laws of nature are discoverable  • Origins: unknown  • Eternal:  has always been a certain way  Science is secular as opposed to sacred. Science doe not reject religion. Science remains  silent.  The two views of origins of social order: 1. Part of natural order  o Social laws are discoverable 2. Result of human characteristics/processes o Interaction, meaning, psychology… o Process failure = disorder We are all created in the image of God. Human beings are equal.  “Wrongdoing” • Theology: o Sin o Punishment: divinities/humans • Sociology: o Deviance = defying social expectation o Punishment: social disapproval  • Legal context: o
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