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Row 1, Col 1 RETURN Cooperation, Conflict, Social Exchange, Coercion, and Conformity What are the five types of Group Social Interactions?
1,2 Self-deceptive thinking that is based on conformity to group beliefs, and created by group pressures to conform. What is Group-think? RETURN
1,3 Behavior that matches group expectations Conformity RETURN
1,4 Interactions that are intimate, personal, caring and fulfilling What are Primary Relationships? RETURN
2,1 Informal and unofficial aspects of culture that children are taught in school. Examples: Discipline, order, cooperation, conformity. What is Hidden Curriculum? Give an example. RETURN
2,2 Group in the neighborhood, clique at school, an after-school club, or a sports team Give an example of a Peer Group Socialization Peer Group: RETURN
2,3 The process of learning to participate in a group. What is Socialization? RETURN
2,4 Interaction in which individuals or groups are forced to behave in a particular way What is Coercion? RETURN
3,1 Behavior that departs from societal or group norms. What is deviance? RETURN
3,2 Criminal behavior, hippies, card players What is an example of deviance? RETURN
3,3 Involves behavior that under conforms to accepted norms. What is Negative Deviance? RETURN
3,4 Involves behavior that overcomes to social expectations What is positive Deviance? RETURN
4,1 Ways to encourage conformity to society’s norms. What is Social Control? RETURN
4,2 Rewards or punishments that encourage conformity to social norms. What are Social Sanctions? RETURN
4,3 Promotions or smiles. What are pros of social sanctions? RETURN
4,4 Fines, ridicule, and gossip What are negatives of social sanctions? RETURN
5,1 Discouraging criminal acts by threatening punishments. What is deterrence? RETURN
5,2 Punishment intended to make criminals pay compensation for their acts. What is retribution? RETURN
5,3 A repetition of or return to criminal behavior. What is recidivism? RETURN
5,4 Statistics are gathered from police departments across the country. Reports are submitted voluntarily by law enforcement agencies. How are crime statistics collected? RETURN
Socialization AGENTS OF SOCIALIZATION Deviance & Social Control Crime & Punishment
Chapter 3Chapter 6Chapter 7chapter
Primary & Secondary Groups SocializationRace Discrimination
4.3 Agents of Socialization I. The Family and Socialization The child’s first exposure to the world occurs within the family, which is the primary agent.
7.5 Crime and Punishment Crime: acts committed in violation of the law. How are crime statistics collected? The FBI’s Uniform Crime Reports (UCR). Statistics.
Deviance and Social Control Chapter 7 Section 1. Nature of Deviance Deviance: behavior that departs from societal or group norms. Can range from criminal.
Types of Group Social Interaction. Social Interaction in Groups In group settings, people do the following: Take on roles within the group Take on the.
Groups and Formal Organizations. Primary Groups and Secondary Groups Group: at least two people who have one or more goals in common and share common.
4. Types of Social Interaction. 5 Types of Social Interaction 1.Conformity 2.Conflict 3.Social Exchange 4.Coercion 5.Cooperation.
SOCIAL CONTROL, CRIME AND DEVIAMCE. Chapter outline Definition, types and essentials of social control Definition, types and essentials of deviance Definition,
Deviance and Social Behavior Chapter 7 Sociology.
CHAPTER 6 GROUPS AND FORMAL ORGANIZATIONS. Groups are classified by how they develop and function. Primary groups meet emotional and support needs, while.
Conformity and Deviance Are you a deviant?. 1. Deviance and Social Control Conformity: behavior that meets cultural norms Deviance: behavior that departs.
Cultural Conformity and Adaptation Social Change Chapter 3, section 2 Pgs
Questions to think about… Is the socialization experience the same for everyone? What can make it different?
Definition: behavior that departs from societal or group norms.
Chapter Preview 3 Chapter Preview · Section 3 Types of Social Interaction (pages 181–189) Five types of social interaction are basic to group life: cooperation,
Crime and Punishment Lesson 7-5. Measurement of Crime Crime- acts in violation of the law.
UNIT 3: Insider/Outsider Chapter 6: Groups and Formal Organizations Chapter 7: Deviance and Social Control Standard: Students will explain and interpret.
Chapter 6 – Groups and Formal Organizations Group – at least two people who have one or more goals in common and share common ways of thinking and behaving.
Groups, Cliques and Social Behaviour HSP3M. Types of Groups Social Groups: Two or more people who interact with each other and are aware of having something.
Ch. 6.3 Types of Social Interaction. Five types of Group Social Interaction – (Robert Nisbert) Cooperation – combining of effort to reach some goal. –
Section 3 Types of Social Interaction. Journal #25 What did you discover about in-groups at MKS?
Deviance. What is it? Behavior that departs from societal or group norms Ranges from criminal behavior to wearing heavy make-up Deviance is a matter of.
+ Social Control. + Every society develops norms that reflect it’s cultural values There are two basic ways norms are enforced: 1. Internalization 1.
S OCIAL C ONTROL. E NFORCING NORMS Two basic methods of enforcing norms-- internalization and sanctions Internalization- process by which a norm becomes.
Sanctions. Most norms are followed automatically, but some are motivated by… Sanctions – –rewards or punishments used to enforce conformity to norms.
Deviance and Social Control Lesson 7-1. Bell Ringer What would a martian, after watching an evening of prime time television, think about American culture?
Agents of Socialization Sociology: Chapter 4, Section 3.
Chapter 6. “Organization has been made by man; it can be changed by man.” -- William H. Whyte, Sociologist.
C HAPTER Social Control. I NTERNALIZATION OF N ORMS Every society develops norms that reflect the cultural values its members consider important.
Unit Two - Culture. Today in class we are going to discuss the agents of socialization and how they impact culture and our social interactions.
Group and Formal Organizations. Section 1 They are in regular contact with one another They share some ways of thinking, feeling or behaving. They.
Groups, Cliques and Social Behaviour Truth.. Types of Groups Social Groups: Two or more people who interact with each other and are aware of having something.
Types of Social Interaction Chapter 6; Section 3.
Deviance and Social Control. Norms Norms are an important part of culture. They help us decide what behaviors are proper and improper in various settings.
Section 1 at a Glance Social Control People generally follow social norms—and expect others to as well—because they have internalized the norms that they.
Chapter 6. Group: consists of at least 2 or more people who share one or more goals and think, feel & behave in similar ways -in regular contact -take.
Deviance & Social Control Ch Deviance Behavior that departs from societal or group norms: Behavior that departs from societal or group norms: range.
Unit 1 (Chapters 3&4). Personal Achievement, Work, Individualism Morality and Humanitarianism Examples? Efficiency and Practicality Examples?
Chapter 7 Deviance, Crime and Social Control. Social Control Attempts by society to regulate people’s thought and behavior. –Conformity – going along.
Aim: What factors influence conformist behavior? Do Now: Which line on the second card most closely matches the length of the line on the first card?
CHAPTER 6 Groups & Formal Organizations. Section 1: Primary & Secondary Groups.
Chapter 6 Crime and Violence. Crime Crime – violation of the criminal laws enacted by federal, state, or local governments –Misdemeanor – a less serious.
1 Chapter 4 Deviance is behavior that departs from societal or group norms. Deviance is a matter of social definition–it can vary from group to group and.
Chapter 7 Deviance and Crime What Is Deviance? Functionalist Perspectives on Deviance Symbolic Interactionist Perspectives on Deviance Conflict Perspectives.
THE NATURE OF DEVIANCE What do sociologists mean by deviance?
Social Control All societies have ways to promote order, stability and predictability in social life. Without social control, social life would be unpredictable,
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