crime and deviance, masculinity case studies

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believed there was a negative and positive function of crime and deviance for society
Emile Durkheim
1 of 16
strain between goals of society and means of achieving them (strain theory)
Robert Merton
2 of 16
'on the edge'. supports starin theory
Carl Nightingale
3 of 16
status frustration
Albert Cohen
4 of 16
El Barrio, drug dealers and criminals in New York
Philip Bourgois
5 of 16
the seduction of crime
Katz
6 of 16
edgework
Lyng
7 of 16
neo-tribes
Maffesoli
8 of 16
subterranean values
Matza and Sykes
9 of 16
defends Merton- does mention middle class crime and says no limit to greed
Reiner
10 of 16
working class males have six 'focal concerns'
Walter Miller
11 of 16
the construction of masculinity amongst the working class lends itself to criminality
Connell and Messerschmidt
12 of 16
criticised Merton: too much emphasis on the existance of shared goals
Valier
13 of 16
illegitimate opportunity structure
Cloward and Ohlin
14 of 16
'bad business' book supports illegitimate opportunity structure
Hobbs
15 of 16
criticised Merton: he ignores the crimes of the powerful
Taylor et al
16 of 16

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strain between goals of society and means of achieving them (strain theory)

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Robert Merton

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'on the edge'. supports starin theory

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status frustration

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El Barrio, drug dealers and criminals in New York

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