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Welcome to The Sociology of Deviance (Soc/AdmJ 406). Dr. Eric Silver. Core Questions. What does it mean to be deviant ? Why do people deviate ? How does society cope with deviance ? Does society produce deviance in us?. What to Expect. Combine lecture, reading & discussion

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core questions
Core Questions
  • What does it mean to be deviant?
  • Why do people deviate?
  • How does society cope with deviance?
  • Does society produce deviance in us?
what to expect
What to Expect
  • Combine lecture, reading & discussion
    • Book: Investigating Deviance by Jacobs
  • Often begin with something open-ended
    • Current events, a question, a story, etc.
    • I encourage you to participate
      • Good way for me to learn who you are
grading
Grading
  • 3 Exams, short answer – 60%
    • Graded by Silver
  • 5 Writing assignment, 3-4 pages – 40%
    • Graded by TAs, drop lowest grade
  • Extra credit assignments
    • TBA – as questions come up in class
grading cont d
Grading (cont’d)
  • Attendance – sign-in sheet, kept by TAs
    • Minus 1% point for each absence over 4
    • Add ½% point for each of 4 classes not missed
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TAs
  • Lindsay Alexander: lra119@psu.edu
  • Samantha Rakich: Starr100783@aol.com
  • Main Responsibilities
    • Attendance
    • Paper grading
    • Exam questions
course web site
Course Web Site
  • Updated schedule of topics & readings
  • Lecture overheads
  • Description of written assignments
  • Instructor & TA contact information