1. Which behaviour is seen as contravening the rules of society?
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2. Who did Jock Young study?
- Hippie Marihuana users in London during the 1990s
- Hippie Marihuana users in Notting Hill during the 1960s
- Hippie Marihuana users in Notting Hill during the 1930s
3. One advantage of labelling theory is...
- It shows that labelling results from the perceptions of the agents of social control
- According to Becker, social groups create deviance by making rules whose infraction causes deviance, but who are these peoplle who make rules and why do they make them?
- It fails to explain why certain types of people are selected as likely deviants but not others
4. What did Lemert (1972) make a distinction between?
- primary and secondary deviance
- primary and tertiary deviance
- secondary and tertiary deviance
5. One disadvantage of labelling theory is...
- Deviance is not simply created by a label, people don't become burglars just because of a label.
- It has drawn attention to the importance of labelling and shows how the process can develop deviant behaviour
- It shows certain types of people are singled out for labelling