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Cooley develops the theoretical concept of the looking glass self, a type of imaginary sociability Cooley People imagine the view of themselves through the eyes of others in their social circles and form judgements of themselves based on these imaginary observations Cooley In Mind, Self, and SocietyMead describes the perception of self as formed within the context of social process Wright The self exists in objective reality and is then internalized into the conscious Wright The idea of shifting the focus away from the individual deviant and looking at how social structure affects the separation of those persons considered unconventional has a great influence on how Becker approaches labeling theory.
InFrank Tannenbaum presented his own approach to labeling theory in response to his studies of juvenile participation in street gangs www. Tannenbaum describes the process of defining deviant behavior as different among juvenile delinquents and conventional society, causing a "tagging" of juveniles as delinquent by mainstream society www.
The stigma that accompanies the deviant "tag" causes a person fall into deeper nonconformity Pfohl Although Lemert discounts the influence of Tannenbaum on the development of labeling theory www. Lemert, unhappy with theories that take the concept of deviance for granted, focuses on the social construction of deviance Lemert Social Pathology details the concepts of primary and secondary deviance.
According to Lemertprimary deviance is the initial incidence of an act causing an authority figure to label the actor deviant. This initial labeling of a deviant act will remain primary as long as the actor can rationalize or deal with the process as a function of a socially acceptable role Lemert Lemert considers the causes of primary deviance as fluid, and only important to researchers concerned with specific social problems at a certain time.
In the years following Social Pathology, Lemert argues for the decriminalization of victimless crimes, advocates pre-trial diversion programs, and has backed away labeling determinism Wright Howard Becker developed his theory of labeling also known as social reaction theory in the book Outsiders: Studies in the Sociology of Deviance.
Liberal political movements were embraced by many of the college students and faculty in America Pfohl The labeling theory outlined in Outsiders is recognized as the prevailing social reaction approach by Lemert as well as most other sociologists www.
Studies in the Sociology of Devianceviews deviance as the creation of social groups and not the quality of some act or behavior. Becker criticizes other theories of deviance for accepting the existence of deviance and by doing so, accept the values of the majority within the social group.
According to Beckerstudying the act of the individual is unimportant because deviance is simply rule breaking behavior that is labeled deviant by persons in positions of power. The rule breaking behavior is constant, the labeling of the behavior varies Becker Becker describes rules as the reflection of certain social norms held by the majority of a society, whether formal or informal.
In short, members of the rule-making society may label rule breaking behavior deviant depending on the degree of reaction over time Becker Becker views those people that are likely to engage in rule breaking behavior as essentially different than members of the rule-making or rule-abiding society.
Those persons who are prone to rule-breaking behavior see themselves as morally at odds with those members of the rule-abiding society Becker Becker uses the term "outsider" to describe a labeled rule-breaker or deviant that accepts the label attached to them and view themselves as different from "mainstream" society.
Deviants may consider themselves more "outside" than others similarly labeled Becker Deviant outsiders might view those rule making or abiding members of society as being the outsiders of their social group Becker Becker details the process of how these deviant outsiders become involved in secondary deviance.
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Primary deviance is the first "step", and this primary act may be either intentional or unintentional Becker Becker believes that most people think or fantasize in a deviant manner, and the study of why certain people conform while other give in to deviant impulses is crucial.Faculty Publications Archive.
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Howard Becket introduced labeling theory in Labeling theory suggests that as a label is assigned to behavior and individuals by those considered having social authority, these individuals begin to define themselves by the label and behave accordingly.
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