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  • 1
    What does deviance mean?
  • 2
    Who usually establishes definitions of what constitutes deviant behaviours?
  • 3
    Failing to success in middle-class institutions could lead to what?

  • 4
    Who developed subcultural theory?
  • 5
    Norms are usually accompanied by what?
  • 6
    Disagreement about norms usually means that they are what?

  • 7
    When deviance is contested, it could lead to what type of deviance?
  • 8
    Which theory argues that elements of social life are not natural, but are established or created by culture?
  • 9
    Which theory is the opposite of social constructionism?
  • 10
    Which of the following is a human attribute that is seen discredit an individual's social identity?

  • 11
    If there are pressure on you to become the same as the dominant culture, what are you being forced to do?
  • 12
    What is a person attempting to do when she believes that Aboriginals are primarily responsible for auto theft and wants to treat them differently because of this belief?
  • 13
    Emily Murphy is an example of what?
  • 14
    Misogyny involves the hatred of whom?
  • 15
    Knowledge of legal system, ability to afford a good lawyer, and having connections in society are all examples of what>
  • 16
    Which of the following is not a corporate crime?

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