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SOC101 Lecture #10

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC101Y1
Professor
M.Young
Semester
Fall

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112311SOC101 Lecture 10 TEST 2 EXAMINATION CENTER 100 Bring a calculatorDeviant and criminal act Deviance involves breaking a normCrime involves breaking a norm that has been codified in law Both typically elicit a negative reaction from others mild to severe Paul Bernardo Karla Homolka 1900s Westray mine disaster 1992 Nova Scotia 26 people were killed negligence of the mine owners roof was poorly supported supervisors were inexperienced no one went to jail no one was convicted not criminally responsible rd 23 more deaths due to industrial accidents compared to homicide Some crimes are punishable some are not Norms and laws are human creations people who have more power in society have more say of what constitutes a law more for the rich than for the poorThere is a relationship between normslaws to power Power whitecollar crime street crimePower is the probability that one actor within a social relationship will be in a position to carry out his or her own will despite resistance weber Whitecollar crimes refers to illegal acts committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course
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