Gary L. Curry Sr.
Southern New Hampshire Universality
Soc-112-X4314 Introduction to Sociology 13W4
Professor Mark Lemaire
March 16, 2013
Accord to Cliffs notes Deviance is any behavior that violates social norms, and is usually of sufficient severity to warrant disapproval from the majority of society. Cliffsnotes.com says that “Deviance can be criminal or non-criminal.”[1CliffsNotes.com. Theories of Deviance. 16 Mar 2013 <http://www.cliffsnotes.com/study_guide/topicArticleId-26957,articleId-26873.html>. Many different Countries have deviance behaviors and some them in society do fail to conform to the norms. There are different violence and crimes which example of deviant behavior. They bring discomfort able conflicts and bring on new challenges in social system. But is up to that individual perception, but in the event then it could be problem influenced by cultures, family and religious value. The participation in delinquent crime and adult crimes continues to increase, unless we can identify the factors that have the potential to lower the rate (Barnes, Hoffman, and Welte 2006). We have to understanding these factors a little more and start adding some social changes that will help all society around. Main cultures have Strong laws but some only have laws isn’t tough. This is just one area of Deviance Behavior.
In researching I find that when things are out of imbalance is when thing between the different cultures structurally can some time lead a person in to deviant behavior. Most society looks for the source of deviance in the nature of society rather than in the psychological nature of the individual life at time when thing’s is present. I find in my reading that many people that are functionalists they agree to a small portion of social control mechanisms such as the FBI, the Law Enforcement; really any person of authority and the courts; they are needed to keep deviance in check. If you go to China you will see just in their...
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