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Socialization AGENTS OF SOCIALIZATION Deviance & Social Control Crime & Punishment
Row 1, Col 1 RETURN What is Socialization? What is the process of learning in a group?
1,2 Who is the primary agent of Socialization? Who is the family? RETURN
1,3 What is Deviance? What is behavior that departs from group norms? RETURN
1,4 What is a crime? What are acts committed in violation of the law? RETURN
2,1 When does the start of human Social behavior begin? When is at birth? RETURN
2,2 What are the informal and Unofficial aspects of culture that Children are taught in school? What is the hidden curriculum? RETURN
2,3 What are ways to encourage Conformity to society’s norms? What is social control? RETURN
2,4 What statistics cover 9 types Of crimes? What are UCR statistics? RETURN
3,1 What animal did Harlow use in His experiment? What is a monkey? RETURN
3,2 What is a set of individuals of Roughly the same age and Interests? What is a peer group? RETURN
3,3 True or False? Negative Deviance Involves behavior that under conforms to accepted norms What is true? RETURN
3,4 What system compromises Institutions and processes Responsible for enforcing Criminal statutes? What is the Criminal Justice System? RETURN
4,1 What is a primary group? What is a group of people who are emotionally close? RETURN
4,2 What is the mean of Communication designed to reach The general population? What is mass media? RETURN
4,3 What involves behavior that Over conforms to social expectation What is Positive Deviance? RETURN
4,4 What is Deterrence? RETURN (Deterrence or Retribution) Which one discourages criminal acts by threatening punishment?
5,1 What is a Secondary Group? What is a group of people who focus on a common goal/task? RETURN
5,2 Where does socialization create Feelings of loyalty and allegiance To something beyond family? Where is at school? RETURN
5,3 What are Social Sanctions? RETURN What are rewards or punishments that encourage Conformity to social norms?
5,4 True or false? More than half of Those released from penal Institutions are sent back to prison In three to five years. What is true? RETURN
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