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    • CRIME & DEVIANCEUNCOVERED!!!
      L.O: To gain an understanding of the difference between crime and deviance
    • Crime
      Deviance
    • Unit 4The Sociology of Crime and Deviance with Theory and Methods
    • SOCIAL ORDER?SOCIAL CONTROL?
    • Mass MediaFamilyReligionPeer groups
    • Crime
      Deviance
      Moral and social code broken:
      Murder
      Parking on yellow lines
      Smiling at strangers
      Legal code broken
      Moral code broken
    • crime & deviance broken down!
      Crime
      Usually associated with behaviour that breaks the formal, written laws of a given society. The punishment of crime is more likely to be more serious than the punishment of deviance in general but, obviously, different crimes and different laws are treated in varying ways.
      Deviance
      To move away from a set of standards in society. Deviance is more general than crime and often not controlled legally. Deviance is not always a negative action as crime is perceived. It is possible to deviate in a positive fashion.
    • Dominant ideology
      This is the mainstream set of beliefs that are held by society in which people set as the standard.
      Social construction
      Norms are the products of social construction. Behaviour can vary in being normal or abnormal depending on the situation, time and place.
    • Its all RELATIVE!!!
      Secret and private deviance
      Open and public deviance
      Ken Plummer (1979)
      Societal and situational deviance: Societal deviance is what the ‘dominant ideology’ of society considers wrong. However situational deviance depends on the time and place> An act may be deviant in one setting and not in another.
    • One paragraph using all these words!!!
      norms valuessocial constructionsocial orderdominant ideologycrime deviance sociologists