Crime and deviance- Key terms

P1- Functionalism and key concepts

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  • Created on: 08-05-18 16:25
Failing to conform to norms and expectations placed on behaviour by society.
Deviance
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Sociologist that argues crime is inevitable
Durkheim
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Clinard says crime is benficial to society as it acts as a...
Safety Valve
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Term meaning how people are deterred from crime by viewing harsh punishments.
Boundary Maintenance
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In Merton's Strain to Anomie; which reaction notes how people reject goals and legitimate ways of reaching them wthout replacing them with their own.
Retreatism
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Crime which isn't to do with the pursuit for money
non-utilitarian
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Crime motivated by money
utilitarian
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Criticism for functionalist views- they ignore a certan social groups involvement in crime
Upper Class
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crime committed by the upper classes
White Collar Crime
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Cloward and Ohlin say people retreat to 3 different subcultures to achieve what
Status
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