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NAME ___________________________________________________ DATE _____________________ CLASS ______________
Guided Reading Activity
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Deviance and Social Control
Lesson 1 Deviance and Social Control
Review Questions
Directions: Read the lesson and complete the outline below. Refer to your textbook to fill in the blanks.
I. The Nature of Deviance
A. Deviance is __________________ that departs from the __________________ of a group or society.
B. Deviance includes __________________ behavior (such as murder) and __________________ behavior
(such as lying).
C. What qualifies as deviance is __________________ ; that is, the definition varies from one group or society
to another.
D. Behavior considered deviant in one place and time might be considered __________________ in another
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place and time. Similarly, behavior considered deviant if performed by a person with a lower social
__________________ might not be described that way if performed by a person with a higher rank.
E. A person expressing __________________ deviance may not know the accepted norms, may misinterpret
them, or may __________________ them.
F. __________________ deviance, on the other hand, expresses itself in over-conformity and often is seen in
cases of extreme __________________ .
G. Many people occasionally exhibit inappropriate behavior. Therefore, sociologists generally use the term
__________________ to refer specifically to someone who has violated one of society’s most significant
and __________________ norms.
H. Reactions to deviants may involve attempts to __________________ or __________________ the
deviant behavior.
Sociology and You
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Guided Reading Activity cont.
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Deviance and Social Control
II. Social Control
A. Every society wants to encourage stability in __________________ life. One way to meet that goal is
through the use of social control, or ways to promote conformity to __________________ .
B. Individuals develop __________________ social control during the process of socialization.
C. This kind of control is based on a person’s learned beliefs about what is __________________ or
__________________ behavior.
D. __________________ social control helps to ensure that everyone will conform to desired behavior.
E. This kind of control is based on social sanctions, a system of __________________ (to encourage desired
behavior) and __________________ (to discourage unwanted behavior).
social control.
Summary and Reflection
Directions: Summarize the main ideas of this lesson by answering the questions below.
Suppose that a student cheats on a test. Is that action an example of positive deviance, or negative deviance?
How has the student violated social controls? Explain your answers.
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F. The people who have __________________ in a group or society do much to shape both kinds of