Social Deviance/Symbolic Interactionism

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The symbolic interactionist school of sociology came up as a counterpoint to the structural-functionalist view. This school is interested primarily in individual-to-individual interactions by way of communication through symbols (the symbolic, subjective definitions of objects and ideas in the world; definitions that may hold different meanings for different individuals).

Symbols[edit | edit source]

Sutherland[edit | edit source]

Differential Association[edit | edit source]

White Collar Crime[edit | edit source]

Tannenbaum[edit | edit source]

Labeling Theory[edit | edit source]

Primary And Secondary Deviance[edit | edit source]