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    A2 worksheet 6.2 crossword A2 worksheet 6.2 crossword Presentation Transcript

    • Crime and Deviance 1 Worksheet 6.2: Crossword 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 29 20
    • Crime and Deviance Worksheet 6.2: Crossword Across Down 1) The British Crime Survey is an example of this type of survey (6, 6) 6) He said ‘Deviant behaviour is behaviour that people so label’ (6) 7) If you have too much or too little of this, egoistic or altruistic suicide might be facing you! (6, 11) 2) The process of persuading or forcing individuals to conform to dominant norms and values (6, 7) 3) A sign of marginalization from others you may experience if you’re labelled deviant (6) 4) Merton described this as a form of deviance which, while accepting socially approved goals, rejected the socially approved means of achieving them (10) 5) A failure to be given status which may drive some young people into crime or other deviant activities (6, 11) 8) This term is used to describe lacking things in comparison to others with whom a person identifies (8, 11) 9) Many would argue this is what the Official Crime Statistics are (8, 11) 10) A legally-enforceable rule (3) 12) A type of survey where people anonymously ‘own up’ to offences they have committed (4, 6, 5) 14) A smaller culture within, and sharing some things in common with, a larger culture (3, 7) 17) ‘Visible reminders of what we should not be’ (4, 6) 18) The term used to describe criminal or anti-social acts committed by young people (8, 11) 19) A view that women generally get more favourable treatment from the police and the courts (8, 6) 20) According to Lemert, this form of deviance is what occurs before people are publicly exposed and labelled as deviant (7, 8) 21) This might develop when a person is publicly labelled as deviant and consequently commits further deviance (7, 6) 22) This describes the position where some people find themselves excluded or pushed to the edges of society or a social group (15) 24) A reward or punishment to encourage social conformity (8) 26) A lack of moral regulation (6) 29) This type of suicide often arises during periods of rapid social change (6) 11) A deviant label that overrides all other social characteristics an individual may have (6, 6) 13) Offences committed by middle-class people in the course of their jobs (5, 6, 6) 15) One in four murders happens in this social institution (6) 16) The common name used to describe the Interactionist approach to deviance (9, 6) 23) Any non-conformist behaviour (8) 25) The process whereby the mass media by its reporting can make deviance worse (8, 13) 27) ‘...all cases of death resulting directly or indirectly from a positive or negative act of the victim himself, which he knows will produce this result’ (7) 28) These techniques of -------------- are used by deviants to excuse or justify their deviance (14) 30) A generalized and over-simplified view of a social group (10) 31) This deviant response of Merton's usually involves 'dropping out' of society (10) 32) Crimes committed by large companies that directly profit the company rather than just an individual (9, 6) 33) When ‘a condition, episode, person or groups of persons emerge to become defined as a threat to societal values and interests’ (5, 5)