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  1. Chapter 6: Apply the symbolic interactionist perspective to deviance by explaining differential association, control, and labeling.
  2. Chapter 6: Apply the conflict perspective to deviance by explaining how social class is related to the criminal justice system AND how the criminal justice system is oppressive.
  3. Chapter 7: Contrast the views of Marx and Weber on what determines social class.
  4. Chapter 7: Explain how neocolonialism, multinational corporations, and technology help to maintain global stratification.

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The symbolic interactionist perspective on deviance
This is a theoretical technique that examines ways in which societies and social groups'
views behaviors as deviant or conventional. Thus, it aims at group membership for various
associations, methods used by individuals to balance their pressure to conform and to deviate,
and the importance of people’s reputation.
According to differential association theory, an individual that make themselves familiar
with some group get more definitions of deviation, which gives a higher chance of becoming a
deviant. On the other hand, the control theory provides an idea with that inner and outer control
system does work as opposed to our tendencies to deviate. Finally, the labeling theory labels that
individual is subjected to the impact of their own and other perception hence making their
behavior deviance or conformity.
The conflict perspective to deviance
The conflict theories give more details on social, politica...

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