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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCIOL 2C06
Professor
Dorothy Pawluch
Semester
Fall

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SUBJECTIVIST (RELATIVIST) APPROACHES -There is no singular trait or characteristic that is shares by all deviant people throughout history and across cultures -we cannot recognize deviant when we see it but someone has to tell us that a person behavior or characteristic is deviant -early objectivism: focused primarily on labelling by public reaction (reaction of public over the act itself which is also a criticism of sub view) --> this different from social reaction in objective deviance, this this is more abstract and arbitrary as any behavior can be reacted negatively towards such that we never know how one particular act will be responded to -Dominant moral codes: a list of right and wrong predominant in a society at a given time in history and are enforced by law media education Etc. ( shaped by powerful but may include views of powerless) Social construction of deviance -There is no in
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