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Theories of Deviance

A set of 9 individual slides that can be used to illustrate a range of theoretical ideas and positions in the sociology of crime and deviance.

Crime and Deviance Approaches

Three standalone Presentations that outline the basics of Functionalist, New Right and Interactionist approaches to crime and deviance.

Left Realism

Visualising Left Realism.

Situational Action Theory

A simple graphical representation of Wikstrom’s Situational Action Theory.

The Sociological Detectives:

We Have A Situation

Take on the role of Sociological Detectives to investigate and explain a troubling situation...

Non-Sociological

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Labelling Approaches

Simple comparison between non-sociological and labelling theories of crime and deviance

Routine Activities Theory

A visual representation of the factors that contribute to both offending and crime prevention, within the context of routine activities theory.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?: Theories of Deviance (1)

Whole-class revision game based on the famous TV programme.

This set of multiple-choice questions is based around Functionalist and Ecological theories.

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?: Theories of Deviance (2)

Whole-class revision game based on the famous TV programme.

This set of multiple-choice questions is based around Marxist theories.

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Crime Channel: Theories

Theories | Power and Control | Social Distribution | Globalisation | Methods



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