experiment I have conducted.
least deviant act and 15 being the most deviant.. Each individual has a different view in
immediate effects of a certain individual, such as murder, are on the ?high? end, and the
crimes which effect a part or the whole community over time, are on the ?lower? end.
The explain a lot about how our society is trained to think as a whole. We look at acts of
violence played out on a single individual being worse than those on a whole economic
system. Killing a young boy is worse than selling liqueur to him, that could kill him easily.
In our culture we seem to be concerned only with the ?now?, not the future.
differences. I first noticed that rape was rated number very different between men and
because sociologically speaking rape effects more women then men, and therefore effect
the scaling of the items.
numbers, but the lower numbers, were very different from adults. While younger people
rated selling liqueur to minors and being drunk in public the lowest on the scale, older
adults rated them much higher. The economic based acts were also rated lower on
Through the ?scoring? of each act, we can see how even the same society can
influence different groups of people in different ways. We learn that age, sex, and
economic background all have a great impact on of you view deviance. People in a with
economic status, sees events that happen to the economy, or in the ?high-society? as more
The society ?teaches? us that deviance is not acceptable, and to be successful you
must at all cost not stray from the path. The deviant act one chooses to participate in
shows us how well the acts have internalized the cultures