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Edith Cowan University. THE NEW NORMAL? ANARCHY, ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR AND AGENCY. Dr. Anne Aly, ECU. The Bell Curve of Normality. The Bell Curve of Normality. GENETICIST “We’ve identified an anti- social gene”. PSYCHOLOGIST “It’s a personality disorder”. SOCIOLOGIST

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GENETICIST

“We’ve identified an anti- social gene”

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PSYCHOLOGIST

“It’s a personality disorder”

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SOCIOLOGIST

“It’s a function of socio-cultural and group norms”

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NUTRITIONIST

“It’s a nutritional imbalance”

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MARKETER

“It’s related to lifestyle and media consumption”

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ACTIVIST

“It’s a function of social control and repression.”

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SILENT MAJORITY?

“It’s ‘their’ culture. ‘They’ are inherently violent/ lazy/ weak/ different from us.”

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3 LEVELS OF ANALYSIS

  • Individual
  • Group
  • Social
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2 APPROACHES

  • Behaviour itself
  • Who/what defines the behaviour- Sate Power and normality
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Labelling people who break the law as 'deviant', 'evil', 'anti-social' and different to ordinary law-abiding citizens is part of the social control functions of the criminal justice system. In the same way, activists are often labelled or associated with the terms 'criminal' or 'terrorist' . The labelling of certain activists as violent' or terrorist' is a part of efforts to discredit and undermine support for social change and is often used to justify legal repression and police violence.

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community fear
Community Fear

Community Concern

Indirect Victimisation

Community Victimisation Perspective