Interactionism and Crime

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  • Created by: Anya
  • Created on: 14-01-14 17:33

1. Which of these is not a reason that moral panics are no longer relevant according to McRobbie and Thornton?

  • Context
  • Rebound
  • Difficulty
  • Victimisation
  • Frequency
  • Reflexivity
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2. Who argues that each individual has a 'master status' and deviances can be both primary and secondary?

  • Lemert
  • Cohen
  • Becker

3. Who criticises labelling theorists for not challenging the status quo, rather just criticising doctors and police officers as labellers?

  • Gouldner
  • Kitsue
  • Liazos

4. Which moral panic was on mods and rockers?

  • Cohen's
  • Jock Young's

5. Who believes there is a variety of reactions to rule- breaking, as seen in their studies of homosexual advances on straight male students?

  • Gouldner
  • Kitsue
  • Lemert




This a great resource which provides a basic review of the interactionist rather interactionalist perspective on crime and deviansce. The options with regards to self assessment are also great and will suit a variety of learners with different learning styles.

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