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Crime & Deviance Crossword

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The father of functionalism durkheim
One positive function of crime enables... social change
Merton's theory strain
The people, according to Merton, who accept the goals but not the means innovators
Normlessness anomie
Crime committed by companies corporate
Cohen's explanation for crime status frustration
Focal concerns were described by who? Miller
Which techniques did Matza describe? neutralisation
One example of retreastist behaviour alcoholism
Control theorist, involving social bonds hirschi
Crime is in-built and natural criminogenic
The dominance of ruling class ideas hegemony
1985 battle beanfield
The focus of Marxist theories capitalism
According to Marxists, how is law enforcement applied? selectively
The working classes proletariat
Crime could be seen as this by biological theorists illness
Even in this society, crime would be inevitable saints
Made by the ruling classes law
One agent of the R.S.A. police
Ohlin's first name Lloyd
One social bond belief
The colour of middle class crime clothing? white

Deviance and Crime Crossword

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Deviance that is a violation of the criminal law. Crime
The study of all aspects of crime. Criminology
Any action, belief, or human characteristic that a large number of people who are members of a society or a social group consider a violation of group norms and for which the violator is likely to be censured or punished. Deviance
Individuals who reject both traditional means and goals and instead substitute nontraditional goals and means to those goals. Rebels
A word, gesture, or object that stands in for something or someone (a "label). Symbol
The supervised early release of a prisoner for such things as good behavior while in prison. Parole
People who accept both culture goals and the traditional means of achieving those goals. Conformists
Serious crimes punishable by a year or more in prison. Felonies
Those who label a person as deviant. Social Control Agents
Minor offenses punishable by imprisonment of less then a year. Misdemeanors
A person's characteristic that others find, define, and often label as unusual, unpleasant, or deviant. Stigma
A widespread and disproportionate reaction to a form of deviance. Moral Panic
Individuals who devise society's rules, norms, and laws. Rule Creators
Early stage of random acts of deviance. Primary Deviance
Deviant acts that persist, becoming more common, and eventually causes people to organize their lives and personal identities around their deviant status. Secondary Deviance

Crime and Deviance Crossword

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Laughing at a funeral would be deemed as Deviance
A behaviour that violates particular conduct norms, or diverges from the prohibitations or injunctions of the law. Crime
I am primarily concerned with the rights and duties of individuals among themselves. CivilLaw
I define the duties which a person owes to society CriminalLaw
Practices that social groups develop to encourage conformity to norms, rules, and laws and to discourage deviance. SocialControl
when individuals internalise norms and values and follow those as norms and values in their lives InternalSocialControl
Involves negative sanctions that proscribe certain behaviours and punish rule breakers ExternalSocialControl
A theory that argues deviance occours when approved means of reaching approved goals is blocked StrainTheory
A theory that argues, deviance occurs when a group in society subscribes to values thay can't attain, they then look for the fastest and most efficient way of achieveing them. Oppourtunity Theory
The perspective that believes the powerful use the Criminal Justice System to protect themselves. Marxism
The perspective that argues patriachy, discrimination and capitalism is the cause of deviance Feminism

criminology word search

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due process model
due process
criminology
self reports
crime index
property crimes
violent crimes
muder
landmark case
bill of rights
expert witness
exculpatory evidence
courtroom work group
appellate jurisdiction
jurisdiction
orginal jurisdiction
deviance
biological school
atavism
interdisciplinary theory
larcent theft
burglary
part two offnese
part one offense
date rape
warrant
trial de novo
criminal justice
consensus model
conflict model
crime

Sociology Crime and Deviance- Functionalism Word Search

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1964
1938
1895
Atrophy
Delinquency and Drift
cultural goals
Strain theory
Matza
Merton
Durkheim
Anomie

Deviance and Social control Crossword

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behavior that departs from societal or group norms deviance
underconforms to accepted norms negative deviance
overconforms to social expectations positive deviance
ways to encourage conformity to society's norms social control
rewards/punishments that encourage conformity to social norms social sanctions
a social condition in which norms are weak, conflicting or absent anomie
gap exists between cultural goals strain theory
involving breaking of norms primary deviance
undesirable trait or label that is used to characterize an individual stigma
process of reducing the seriousness of the crimes that injure people of lower status victim discounting
job-related crimes commited by high status people white-collar crime
violation of the law crime
punishment intended to make criminals pay compensation for their acts retribution
a repetition of or return to criminal behavior recidivism

Deviance and Social Control Crossword

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Behavior that departs from societal or group norms DEVIANCE
Behavior that under-conforms to accepted norms NEGATIVEDEVIANCE
Behavior that over-conforms to social expectations POSITIVEDEVIANCE
A person who breaks significant societal or group norms DEVIANT
Rewards or punishments that encourage conformity to social norms SOCIALSANCTION
A social condition in which norms are weak, conflicting, or absent ANOMIE
The theory that deviance is more likely to occur when a gap exists between cultural goals and the ability to achieve them STARINTHEORY
The theory that compliance with social norms requires strong bonds between individuals and society CONTROLTHEORY
The theory the individuals learn deviance in proportion to the number of deviant acts and norms to which they are exposed DIFFERENTIALASSOCIATIOTHEORY
Only occasional breaking of norms PRIMARYDEVIANCE
Deviance that becomes a lifestyle and part of an individual's identity SECONDARYDEVIANCE
An undesirable label used to deny a deviant acceptance STIGMA
The process of reducing the seriousness of the crimes that injure people of a lower status VICTIMDISCOUNTING
Job-related crimes committed by high-status people WHITE-COLLARCRIME
A repetition of, or return to, criminal behavior RECIDIVISM
Punishment intended to make criminals pay monetary compensation to make up for the financial damage caused by their acts RESTITUTION

sociology Crossword

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1 DEVIANCE
2 NEGATIVE DEVIANCE
3 POSITIVE DEVIANCE
4 DEVIANT
5 SOCIAL CONTROL
6 SOCIAL SANCTIONS
7 ANOMIE
8 STRAIN THEORY
9 CONTROL THEORY
NO LABELING THEORY
MDEJ PRIMARY DEVIANCE
HUI SECONDARY DEVIANCE
BUJK STIGMA
GHJK VICTIM DISCOUNTING
FGHJ WHITE COLLAR CRIME
RTYUIO CRIME
FJVVNJ DETERRENCE
FEWDCS RETRIBUTION
FCEW INCARCERATION
RWVCDS REHABILITATION
TREW RECIDIVISM

crime and deviance Word Search

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anomie
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labelling
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stereotypes

crime and deviance Word Search

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