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Each question must be answered in 50 words or more Introduction to Sociology, Ch. 7: Deviance, Crime, and Social Control Deviant Behavior Mary James 1. Deviant behavior violates standards and expectations of a group social norm. Reflect on a time when you violated a widely shared and understood norm of your society. What was the norm? 2. What was the violation? 3. What sanctions did your social group place on you for your behavior? Social Control Born as another race, ethnicity or gender? Mary James Imagine what life would be like if you had been born as another race, ethnicity, or gender, but with the same skills and knowledge that you now have. 1. Would you have the same friends? 2. What would your job prospects be like? 3. What other differences would you expect simply because of a change in race or ethnicity? 4. Why would you expect anything to change? Social Behavior and Inequalities Summary 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: • • • • How do these social behaviors and social inequalities develop? 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. ...
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Running Head: INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY, CH. 7

Introduction to Sociology, Ch. 7
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INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY, CH. 7

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Introduction to Sociology, Ch. 7
I.

Deviance, Crime, and Social Control

Deviant behavior violates the standards and expectations of a group social norm. Reflect on a
time when you violated a widely shared and understood norm of your society. What was the
norm?
In normal situations and condition, people at home take their meals on the dining table. There
are protocols of serving the meals and eating that are acceptable. There are rules that phones
should not be brought to the dining table, but they can be near in case of emergency calls.
However, I violated the rules once.
What was the violation?
In my teenage, I was very excited about a conversation on my phone. Food was already on
the table and people began eating. I was still on my phone chatting. No one served the food on
my plate because this was one of the meals that needed self-service. I was also stubborn because
I made hamming noises loudly and also had my earphones to avoid listening to anyone on the
table.
What sanctions did your social group place on you for your behavior?
I was somehow punished for this deviant behavior. After everyone left the table I realized
that I was the only one on the table. Everyone was looking at me differently. Even worse is the
fact that the little stew that remained after they had eaten was fed to the pets, so I only had dry
rice and fruit juice at the moment I got up to check the dishes for my share of the meal.

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY, CH. 7

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Social Control

Imagine what life would...

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