The Social Construction of Crime and Deviance.

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  • The Social Construction of Crime and Deviance.
    • The Media.
      • Feurdi.
        • Moral Panics occur when the society fails to react to social change.
      • S.Cohen.
        • Moral Panic.
        • Folk Devil.
        • Self Fulfilling Prophecy.
      • Young.
        • Deviance Amplification.
        • Drug use pushed underground.
      • Hall.
        • Black Crime.
        • Scapegoat.
        • Moral Panic.
      • Fawbert.
        • Master Status.
          • Becker.
        • Hoodies.
    • The Police.
      • Skolnick.
        • Canteen Culture.
          • Suspiciousness.
            • Taught to discriminate between the decent and the potential trouble makers, to predict crime.
          • Masculinity.
            • Hegemonic Values.
              • Graef.
          • Internal Solidarity.
            • Police have their own values.
      • Chambliss.
        • Saints.
          • Middle Class.
        • Rough Necks.
          • Working Class.
          • Same level of crime committed.
            • Saints.
              • Middle Class.
            • Working class Rough Necks received more punishment.
      • Pollark.
        • Chivalry Thesis.
    • The Court.
      • Miliband.
        • The Judiciary are of the same class as the white collar crime offenders.
          • The same class means they are more likely to take the side of the middle/upper class.
      • Morgan.
        • 40% of the magistrates are retired.
          • 70% of these had professional jobs.
      • Hansard.
        • 3.5% of senior judges are ethnic minorities.
        • 19% of senior judges are female.

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