Social Deviance

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Social Deviance

  1. 1. SOCIAL DEVIANCESociology and Anthropology
  2. 2. SOCIAL DEVIANCEDeviance is behavior that somepeople in society find offensive andwhich excites, or would excite, if itwere discovered, disapproval,punishment, condemnation, orhostility. Deviance is behavior that islikely to get you into trouble. Deviantbehavior is outside the bounds of thegroup or society -Goode, 1997:37
  3. 3. SOCIAL DEVIANCEReveals the underlying processby which some people get suckedinto deviant lifestyles from whichthere appears to be no escape,highlighting the central role ofsocial stigma on a personsidentity. -Stuart Henry
  4. 4. SOCIAL DEVIANCEDeviating, as from what isconsidered acceptablebehavior.
  5. 5. CAUSES OF SOCIALDEVIANCE Lack in Socialization Unpopular Social Laws Extra Ordinary Exploitation Cultural Invasion
  6. 6. TYPES OF SOCIALDEVIANCE “Good” or “Admired” behavior “Odd” behavior “Bad” behavior
  7. 7. EXAMPLES OF COMMONSOCIAL DEVIANCE :
  8. 8. HOMOSEXUALS
  9. 9. DRUG ADDICTS
  10. 10. TEENAGE PREGNANCY
  11. 11. PROSTITUTES
  12. 12. JUVENILE DELINQUENTS
  13. 13. MENTALLY ILL
  14. 14. ATHEISTS
  15. 15. Cross-dressers
  16. 16. In relation with the nursingprofession In order for a nurse to communicate well with her client, he/she must learn CULTURAL DIVERSITY
  17. 17. Cultural Diversity is being respectful to other cultures besides your own. is a term used to mean that a group or area contains people from many different cultures and backgrounds.
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