social deviance

social deviance

behavior that violates social standards, engendering anger, resentment, and a desire for punishment in a significant segment of the society or culture.
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The social deviance means inadequacy, deviation or violation of social norms and rules.
Next main finding of the present research is the significant association of social deviance with the smoking initiation in adolescents.
Cusack is a consultant, the editor of Journal of Law and Social Deviance, and the author of many books.
The service provides for the initiation and implementation of home educational assistance service for families in situations of social and relational distress where there are one or more minors who make an uncomfortable and / or are at risk of social deviance and / or marginalization.
The research shows that even white Americans, a historically nonstigmatized group, engage in social deviance when they feel they are being stereotyped negatively.
An attempt at defining "extremism" follows, borrowing from the social deviance literature, followed by a consensus that extremist ideology is "beyond the pale" and "non-mainstream.
Themes emphasizing someone's social deviance prevailed more in Post-Dispatch content than in national outlets.
Existance of a variety of social deviance in neighborhood nostalgia including the purchase and sale of narcotics or alcohol, theft, force measurement, prostitution, conflict, etc has led to outcry residents in Khak Sefid.
Building on qualitative interviews with 25 convicted drunk drivers in Denmark, I discuss how some drunk drivers relate their drunk driving to alcoholism or social deviance, while others explicitly dissociate themselves from such interpretations.
Carmen Cusack and Matthew Waranius both serve as editors for the Journal of Law and Social Deviance.
In both films, Rostom played a Christian woman with an insatiable lust for life forced into isolation as the price of her social deviance.

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