Ssci Kodigo

March 30, 2018 | Author: JamesSaquilabon | Category: Deviance (Sociology), Socialization, Norm (Social), Crimes, Crime & Justice
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RITUALISTS Gives up cultural goals but follows the prescribed norms.

CULTURE DEVIANCE THEORY A theory by Shaw and McKay, which concludes that socioeconomic status correlated to race and ethnicity resulted in a higher crime rate. **In order to fit into their new society, however, members must give up some of their original traditions. This process is called ______________. Select one: a. assimilation b. cultural diversity c. deviance d. multiculturalism

POWER ELITE states that the rules of society are stacked in favor of a privileged few who manipulate them to stay on top.

PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY States that the unconscious mind shapes the behavior of a person. SOCIAL CONTROL The regulation and enforcement of norms to maintain social order. **SCHOOL Dominant tools for socialization which help children acquire new language, values, and behaviors from what they read, see, and hear.

THEORY OF THE SOCIAL SELF - States that self emerges from social interactions.

The way a person reacts to health and illness is an attitude and perception that involve all other cultural components. Select one: True False

What do you call a culture within the dominant culture? Select one: a. none of these b. culture diversity

c. miniculture d. subculture

STREET CRIME an offense committed by ordinary people against other people or organizations, usually in public places.

PEERS **- An agent of socialization that influences beliefs about sexuality, including the likelihood of tolerance for gay and lesbian sexuality.

Role models and mentors remain basically the same among cultures. Select one: True False

*introduces the person to the expectations of society. They orient us with the necessary experiences so that the child develops self-sense.

**EDUCATION The process by which children and adults learn from others skills, knowledge, norms and values of their society.

THEORY OF MORAL DEVELOPMENT States that moral development is a continual process that occurs throughout our lifespan.

CRIME A behavior that violates official law and is punishable through formal sanctions.

THEORY OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT * Socialization happes in different stages of mind development--from infancy to adolescence or adulthood.

**What are values? Select one: a. Morals or standards that are accepted in a culture

b. All of these c. Determined by family, religious beliefs, culture d. Standards that are practiced in a culture

VICTIMLESS CRIME - This offense includes underaged drinking.

It is a group of people with shared territory, interaction and culture Select one: a. culture b. society c. none of these d. group **The tendency to view other cultures by the standards of one's own culture. Select one: a. ethnocentrism b. cultural relativism c. culture shock d. assimilation CORPORATE CRIME crime which committed by people occupying high position.

Every exchange with a client is a cross-cultural one. Select one: True False **The defining element of a society is ___________________. Select one: a. social group b. mores c. culture d. law DEVIANCE Any violation of the norms of the society.

THEORY OF LOOKING GLASS-SELF** Tells individuals that they learn to take the role of others. The expectation of others forms the venue for acquiring social roles.

DIFFERENTIAL ASSOCIATION states that individuals learn deviant behavior from those who are close to them who provide them models of and opportunities for deviance.

**In working with clients from other cultural backgrounds, the IT specialist may find that the client is not fluent in English. The IT specialist recognizes this as an appropriate strategy for communicating with clients who are not fluent in English. Select one: a. speaking in a louder tone of voice b. interacting with an interpreter for all communication c. incorporating appropriate hand gestures and pictures d. responding to the client using his or her first name

LABELING THEORY states that behaviors are tagged or labelled as proper or improper, moral or immoral, good or bad.



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