The Social Psychologist with
Knowledge about Deviancy and
Social Control:
Jay Amari Hayes
SC331 Deviancy & Social Control
...
Social Psychology and the
Social Psychologist
• Defining the Field of Social Psychology
• The Subject Matter Explored
• Ca...
Deviancy & Social
Control
• Deviancy as a Social Construction
• Interactional Paradigm (a "Choice")
o Theory of Office
• I...
The Holistic Social Psychologist
• In Terms of Sociality:
o Comprehensive Knowledge
o Interconnectivity
o New View in Solv...
Comprehensiveness and
Interconnectivity
• Theories and Concepts in Teachings Have
Widespread Applicability
o Displays Comp...
Stigma Discussed within
the Study of
Deviancy & Social Control
• Sociologist, Erving Goffman
• Discrepancy Between Social ...
Digesting Stigma, What it
Means for a Social
Psychologist
•Reliability in Stigma
•Critical of Actual Identities for Self-
...
Conclusion
• Social Psychology is operational yet
restrictive and not without its faults and
criticisms
• Teachings in Dev...
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A final assignment for the course "Deviancy & Social Control". This presentation is a integrative/interdisciplinary purview of Social Psychology and the subject matter of Deviancy & Social Control. How Social Psychology can benefit from the knowledge gained in "Deviancy & Social Control.

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Integrating Deviancy & Social Control in Social Psychology

  1. 1. The Social Psychologist with Knowledge about Deviancy and Social Control: Jay Amari Hayes SC331 Deviancy & Social Control Providing a More Holistic Orientation in Understanding the Influences of Human Behavior
  2. 2. Social Psychology and the Social Psychologist • Defining the Field of Social Psychology • The Subject Matter Explored • Careers for Social Psychologists • Criticisms & Faults within the Field o Question Comprehensiveness and Interconnectivity o Too Subjective o Low Success in Applying Theories to Eradicate Social Injustices Such as Discrimination and Prejudice
  3. 3. Deviancy & Social Control • Deviancy as a Social Construction • Interactional Paradigm (a "Choice") o Theory of Office • Institutional Career o Master Status • Agents of Social Control • Theories and Perspectives o Subject Matter
  4. 4. The Holistic Social Psychologist • In Terms of Sociality: o Comprehensive Knowledge o Interconnectivity o New View in Solving Issues of Prejudice and Discrimination
  5. 5. Comprehensiveness and Interconnectivity • Theories and Concepts in Teachings Have Widespread Applicability o Displays Comprehensiveness o By Nature is Interconnected Because of Applicability • Illustration: o Brown and "The Professional Ex" o Goode and "War on Drugs"
  6. 6. Stigma Discussed within the Study of Deviancy & Social Control • Sociologist, Erving Goffman • Discrepancy Between Social and Actual Identity o Issues in need to Manage Stigmatizing Information • Stigma Symbols - Stigmatized Despite Concealment o is Reflexive; and o is Embodied • Manipulating Symbols to Manage Stigma
  7. 7. Digesting Stigma, What it Means for a Social Psychologist •Reliability in Stigma •Critical of Actual Identities for Self- interested Reasons •Stigma is Not the End Root
  8. 8. Conclusion • Social Psychology is operational yet restrictive and not without its faults and criticisms • Teachings in Deviancy & Social Control can aid Social Psychologists in improving society • Cannot expect to fully grasp how society impacts the "social self" and influences human behavior without a more holistic and eclectic approach in scholarship

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