The rational choice theory has been popular with deviant profiling, but its drawback is that one rationalizes their behavior before completing the criminal offense (Siegel, 2015). However, deviants who participate in this behavior may not be doing this for personal gain (Carney, 2015). Some may be pressured into doing this because of their peers, not
Dominant groups in society set expectations for what is acceptable behavior, which helps to keep people in line with dominant group expectations. In this respect, we could argue that certain behaviors are considered deviant not because they are inherently wrong but because powerful groups in our society label them as deviant and can impose their morals
but not just as a whole but as individuals. Being able to open up to people who are different from you and not judging anyone different. The equality, unity, and freedom to express their mood, lifestyle, food, culture, and ethnicity freely and others adapting to it or be mindful of it. The open community of accepting everyone and not choosing or judging something for it’s difference. Diversity is seen in many ways and means many things.
The peer group of these troublemakers also labializes the child for his/her deviant behavior. Thus in such cases, child faces the identity crises and continues his deviant behavior. If such deviant behavior is not properly managed by the teacher and the Parents, it could lead to a more troublesome personality of the child later
These negative thoughts often lead to self-pity and negative feelings, such as anger, frustration, and loneliness. The feeling of loneliness leads to the perception of social isolation. These offenders start believing that there is no other way of obtaining their sexual pleasures, which leads to the development of sexual deviant behavior. What must be kept in mind is that these thoughts may even cross a married individual’s mind. Once the individual gets attached in the walk-through of their fantasies, he or she begins to plan their abusive act on their suitable target.
The main elements include norms, traditions, institutions and customs (Cornish & Clarke, 2014, pp. 17). This approach helps in shaping the society as a whole and in understanding the social structures. The main argument of this approach is that the deviant behaviour plays an essential role in construction of the society by helping to adhere to diverse populations in one society. Deviance is a concept which helps in differentiating between right and wrong and between what is acceptable and what is unacceptable.
This theory states that whenever people are close to good communities and families, they are less likely to commit deviant acts. The good company, accountability, and example give others the social and sometimes physical benefits they seek, making crime seem not so worth it. Whenever they are separated from these groups, they are more likely to join these deviant cliques and join in on dangerous acts. 3. Retrospective Reading The Labeling theory also addresses those who are already criminals who continue to be.
The use of our language has been built by our culture while it has also affected it. However, our personal impact on our societies varies in terms of individual effort. The way we act in certain situations is to large extent influenced by our social identities. Where we stand in our communities is essential to understand the way we interact with others using our language. Our linguistic skills shape our identities as well as they are affected and mildly constructed by them.
I.e. of how to perceive things in the society. Conferring to him, it is through daily interactions that people relate and to each other. That is, an individual is given a chance either to connect or distance himself from other members of the society (Wimmer 2013: