Deviance and Control Theories

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  • ___________ (1938) criticised Durkheim's anomie for being too vague (6)
  • ___________ (1969) believes crime only happens when peoples attachment to society is weak and 4 bonds can be strengthened to lower crime (7)
  • ____________ (1895) believed crime can be functional and dysfunctional for society (8)
  • ____________(1985) suggests that the penetration, size and density and visibility of punishment has changed (5)
  • ____________________ takes a relativist approach to crime and beliefs groups compete to have their values passed into laws and they may or may not reflect the populations values. (14)
  • Farrington and West (1990) believed an important source of informal control is the ..... (6)
  • Foucalt (1977) emphasises the difference between punishment in pre modernity and ___________ modernity (4)
  • Reiman (2006) argues that the law outlaws working class crime but ignores harmful acts committed by the (11)
  • This definition believes deviance is a violation of norms but the values adopted by society are adopted at the expense of other values (10)
  • This definition suggests deviance is actions that violate the consensual social norms (9)

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