Social Process Theories of Deviance. Lane Carkuff , Spencer Weishaupt , Breanna Wellhauser , Lara McQue. Differential Association. Sutherland - 1939. Sutherland’s Principles of Differential Association. Criminal behavior is learned
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Lane Carkuff, Spencer Weishaupt, BreannaWellhauser, Lara McQue
Sutherland - 1939
“Criminal behavior is a part of human behavior, has much in common with non-criminal behavior, and must be explained within the same general framework as any other human behavior.” – Sutherland 1947
Some residents of poverty-ridden ghettos learn quickly that fast money can be made in the illicit drug trade, and they tend to follow the examples of material success that they see around them
Herschi made a theory saying that children that had less attachments so their parents and school teachers, and who had a low view of themselves and their achievements were more likely to committee crime and other deviant behavior.