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CU-BOULDERSOCY 1004Tim WadsworthFall

SOCY 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nice Guy, Situational Ethics, Scapegoating

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SOCY 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Informal Social Control, Rulemaking, Social Control

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See the link between deviance and social control. Understand the different between formal and informal social control. Discuss perspectives that focus
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CU-BOULDERSOCY 1004Tim WadsworthFall

SOCY 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Social Disorganization Theory, Social Learning Theory, Black Market

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CU-BOULDERSOCY 1004Tim WadsworthFall

SOCY 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Social Learning Theory, Subculture

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Deviance as fun: discuss the hedonistic reasons for why people engage in deviance. Argues that the choice to violate normative standards is a choice we
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CU-BOULDERSOCY 1004Tim WadsworthFall

SOCY 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Positivism, Empiricism, Anomie

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Goode: explaining deviant behavior: discuss the three assumptions of positivism (empiricism, objectivism, determinism). Empiricism: positivism assumes
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CU-BOULDERSOCY 1004Tim WadsworthSummer

SOCY 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Philosophy Of Science

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Understand the sociology of deviance as a non-pejorative. Understand the role physical characteristics play in the discussion of deviance. Discuss what
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CU-BOULDERSOCY 1004Tim WadsworthSummer

SOCY 1004 Chapter Notes - Chapter Reading: Exhibitionism, Pacifism, False Dilemma

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CU-BOULDERSOCY 1004Tim WadsworthSummer

SOCY 1004 Chapter Reading: Reading: The Normal and the Pathological

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Crime is present in all societies, and therefore can be defined as normal. Crime is normal because a society exempt from it is utterly impossible. The
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