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  1. What are the potential consequences of continuing to keep the felony question on a job application?
  2. Is drug use a victimless crime, why or why not?
  3. Is prostitution a victimless crime, why or why not?
  4. Do you agree with Gary Marx’s ironies of social control? Why or why not?
  5. Is the social constructionist perspective a valid theoretical construct, or does is reduce deviance to pure relativity?
  6. Relate the pathological, learning, or classical theoretical paradigms to the societal reaction perspective. How does it fit the issues associated with the societal reaction perspective?
  7. Are the current examples for the collective responses of deviants to deviant labeling?
  8. Discuss one of the critiques of the societal reaction perspective using a current example.

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Running head: SOCIAL REACTION PERSPECTIVES AND DEVIANCE

Social Reaction Perspectives and Deviance
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SOCIAL REACTION PERSPECTIVES AND DEVIANCE

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Social Reaction Perspectives and Deviance
1. What are the potential consequences of continuing to keep the felony question on a job
application?
Keeping felony questions on the job application may make the potential employer to be
biased against those potential employees who committed a felony and are fully reformed.
Another is that the best talents may be locked out of a job based on the history of their past rather
than their achievements in the present (Western, 2008).
2. Is drug use a victimless crime, why or why not?
The use of drugs is a victimless crime .This because the individual using the drugs is the one
who suffers the consequences .Drug abuse usually affects an individual’s health. It is a victimless
crime because it ...

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