Social

posted by .

According to Howard Becker, how does society create deviance?
A)By perpetuating poverty and inequality
B)By failing to provide social control
C)By creating rules and then labeling rule breakers outsiders
D)By failing to provide jobs so people can be successful
Im thinking it's choice c...but i need some reassurance

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Sociology

    Functionalists, including Durkheim, argue that deviance can increase social stability in which of the following ways: a. by clarifying society's norms b. by creating social cohesion c. by affirming the collective identity of the group …
  2. GRAMMAR/SENTENCE STRUCTURE

    John Darsee has been one of many scientists and researchers involved with the scandal of scientific misconduct, where he deliberately falsified data and published his results to scientific journals. First, I will discuss the case of …
  3. physics

    A car battery has a rating of 200 ampere·hours (A·h). This rating is one indication of the total charge that the battery can provide to a circuit before failing. What is the total charge (in coulombs) that this battery can provide?
  4. Social Studies

    When structural functionalists argue that deviance is functional for society, they point out all of the following except: A)Deviance clarifies moral boundaries and affirms norms B)deviance promotes social unity C)Deviance promotes …
  5. Sociology

    When structural functionalists argue that deviance is functional for society, they point out all of the following except: A)Deviance clarifies moral boundaries and affirms norms B)deviance promotes social unity C)Deviance promotes …
  6. social

    The “conventional deviant” is depicted in Becker’s typology of deviant behavior as one who is perceived as engaging in ordinary deviance. I think it True but not sure
  7. soc

    Which of the following is NOT a question that a social conflict theorist would ask in studying a situation?
  8. sociology

    Imagine a society in which there are no social classes- no differences in people’s wealth, income, and life chances. What would such a society be like?
  9. Sociology HELPPPP

    How does deviance and crime function both for and against society?
  10. Sociology

    1). A major source of increasing economic inequality in the U.S. is the fact that: A) the U.S. is a racist society B) the overwhelming majority of new jobs have been in the lowest paying sectors C) Social Security payments are unable …

More Similar Questions