Social Behavior and Inequalities Summary

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Different social behaviors occur within society as well as social inequalities. How do these social behaviors and social inequalities develop? This assignment requires you to examine these concepts in more depth and explain what you have learned.

Write a 350- to 525-word summary of the concepts related to deviance and social inequalities.

Ensure you do the following:

  • Describe the concept of deviance.
  • Describe how each sociological perspective explains deviance.
  • Describe factors that contribute to social inequalities.

Include a minimum of one source.

Submit your summary.

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peachblack
School: UT Austin

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Running head: SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND INEQUALITIES

Social Behavior and Inequalities
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SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND INEQUALITIES
Social Behavior and Inequalities
Concept of Deviance
Deviance is described as a form of behavior or action that tries to violate various
social norms that may violate the enacted rules. Despite the fact that deviance may involve
negative connotation, various forms of violation of social norms is depicted to be a form of
negative action. However, positive deviation sometimes exists in different situations. Despite
the violation of certain forms of behavior, the existing comportment can still be classified as
acceptable or posit...

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