Labelling theory of crime

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what is the definition of: process of attaching a defintion or meaing to an indvidual or group often the lable is a stero type that defines all members of a group in the same way
labelling
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what is the definition of: when the action of the rule enforces or media in response to deviance brings about an increase in deviance
deviancy amplification
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what is the definition of: the various stages that a person passes through on their way to be being seen as , and seeing them selves as deviant
deviant career
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what is the definition of: gropes associated with moral panics who are seen as trouble makers by the media
folk devils
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what is the definition of: a theory developed by from symbolic interactionism, adapted for use in studies of deviance
Labelling theorists
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what is the definition of: the process of creating or enforcing a rule
moral crusade
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what is the definition of: person or group which tries to create or enforce a rule
moral entrepreneur
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what is the definition of: outrage stirred up by the media about a particular group or issue
moral panic
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what is the definition of: the act of braking the law
primary deviance
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what is the definition of: the response to rule breaking, which usually has grater social consequence then initial rule braking
secondary deviance
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what is the definition of: labelled in a negative way
stigmatized
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who suggests that an act only becomes deviant when others perceive and define it as such and whether or not the deviants label is applied will depend on social reaction
Becker
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who distinguishes between primary and secondary deviance
Lemert
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the process of being labeld is open to negotiation, in that some gropues are able to reject the label who used the example of male prostitutes
Reiss
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who said that police officers decisions to arrest are influenced by their stereo types about offenders
Ciourel
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who first used the concept of deviancy amplification
Wilkins
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who used the concept of deviancy amplification when he studied dug use amongst hippies
Young
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who first used the concept of deviancy amplification in his classic study of the mods and rockers
Cohen
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