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Lecture 9

Lecture 9 Notes

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Department
Sociology
Course
SOC102H1
Professor
Teppermann
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 9: Crime and Punishment - Crime; break ruleslaws, sanctions are attached that requires the state - Funnel Process: (more to less) Crime->investigation->arrest->trial->conviction - 3 questions by Sociologists: a. why commit crime, relation to inequality? b. what is defined crime c. why are some more likely to be labelled deviant Two Theories: 1. Mertons Deviance: Study Mertons graph. C.G: Accept; Means; Accept____Conformist C.G: Accept; Means; Reject_____Innovation C.G: Reject; Means; Accept____ Ritualist C.G: Reject; Means; Reject_____Retreatist o Cultural Goals: accept, Means: Reject -> leads to innovative adaptations to anomie o Doesnt explain: poor young ppl commi
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