Durkheim View on Crime and Deviance

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  • Created on: 16-06-15 16:04

1. What supports Erikson

  • use of carnivals, demonstrations that allow deviance to occur
  • use of carnivals, demonstrations that do not allow deviance to occur
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2. why is there normlessness according to durkheim

  • governing behaviour becoming stronger, specialised divisions means individuals are becoming increasingly different
  • governing behaviour becoming weaker, specialised divisions means individuals are becoming increasingly different
  • governing behaviour becoming weaker, specialised divisions means individuals are becoming increasingly the same

3. who believed that C + D was neccessary to generate change, clarify acceptable behaviour and creates social integration (bonding criminals)

  • Becker
  • Durkheim
  • Merton
  • Cohen

4. Erikson looked at the...aspects of crime and deviance

  • negative
  • inevitability - postive
  • pole

5. Did Durkheim believe that a certain amount of crime and deviance may be functional for society?

  • Yes
  • No

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