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Sociology: 3.2 Social Control. North High School Mr. Calvert. Enforcing the Norms of Society. Internalization—process by which a norm becomes a part of an individual’s personality, thus conditioning that individual to conform to society’s expectations (waiting in line )

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sociology 3 2 social control

Sociology: 3.2Social Control

North High School

Mr. Calvert

enforcing the norms of society
Enforcing the Norms of Society
  • Internalization—process by which a norm becomes a part of an individual’s personality, thus conditioning that individual to conform to society’s expectations (waiting in line)
    • Stopping at a red light, picking up your knife and fork when you eat.
  • Sanctions—rewards and punishments used to enforce conformity to the norms.
social control
Social Control
  • Formal Sanction-rewards or punishments by a formal organization or regulatory agency such as the government; includes promotions, awards, fines, or low grades
  • Informal Sanction-spontaneous expression of approval or disapproval by an individual or group such as a standing ovation, gifts, gossip, or ridicule
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Social Control
  • Principal means of social control is self-control, learned through internalization.
  • Agents of social control include family, church, school, police, courts, public opinion
  • No society can survive long without an effective means of social control.
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