deviance and social control
Deviance and Social Control
Jimhil M. Burgos
Joyce Ann Abito
Deviance – any action that violates the cultural norms with regards to the following factors: time, place and community consensus.
VIEWS AND IDEAS OF DEVIANCE
1 . ) Functionalist Perspective
5. Emile Durkheim's Functionalist Theory – Deviance benefits world by enhancing conformity, building up social solidarity, safely reseasing discontent and inducing cultural change. * Robert Merton's Strain Theory – Deviance occurs when society emphasizes the importance of achieving a target and yet folks are not presented equal opportunities or opportinity for achieving that (strain).
Merton's Typology of Responses to Goal-Means Disparity
RESPONSEGOALLEGITIMATE MEANS NOTE: +accepting
Conformity + +-rejecting
Development + --+rejecting
Ritualism -- +the aged and
Retrealism -- -introducing
Rebellion -+ -+the fresh
5. Travis Hirschi's Control Theory - The absence of interpersonal bonds (attachment, involvement, commiyment and belief) causes deviance. * Ruben Braithwaite's Shaming Theory – Disintegrative shaming causes deviance. 2 . ) Conflict Point of view
2. Conflict Theory – Rules favors the rich and powerful over the poor and weak(William Chambliss). The dominant class generates crime by making laws, oppressing subordinate course and dispersing crime ideology(Richard Quinney). Deviance and offense stem from your exploitative character of capitalism(Marxists). * Electricity Theory – Because of more robust deviant determination, greater deviant opportunity, and weaker interpersonal control, the powerful are more likely to engage in successful deviance than the powerless in unprofitable deviance. * Feminist Theory – Critical of conventional hypotheses for being lar-gely inapplicable to women, whilst suggesting the status of wo-men as...