?Intro Section?What is the larger definition of deviance as it applies to your experiment??Why is normative behavior as it applies to your act important in our society, and how do other societies perhaps define it differently. ?Why is the violation of the normative constructs such an issue/problem in our society, enough to classify the violation as deviant.?End this section with a hypothesis statement or research question that is guiding your experiment. ? ?This section covers previous research on your deviance, and you must pick a theory from class that you think would explain your deviant act. ?You will also find two articles in research journals that address the type of deviance you are performing, summarize the author?s theoretical approach and their findings. ? Of course you won?t find an article that is directly on your deviant act, but you will find articles on normative/deviant behaviors similar to your act on the CONCEPTUAL level. ?Jstor on the ASU library?s website is an excellent search engine ?This should include how you designed your experiment, ?the target audience, ??.?.?where you performed it, ?variables you studied (race, sex, age, etc), ?and how you intend to measure people?s reactions.?DO NOT just report your results. ?Describe how your act is deviant from social norms (folkways or mores) using examples from your observations. ?Analyze WHY people reacted the way they did (or not if they didn?t react as expected). ?You should also integrate your theory and articles from your Lit. Review into this analysis ?This is the most important part of your paper, so put the effort in accordingly?The Conclusion is not just a wrap-up section, but ties the whole paper together. ?Be sure to summarize your main results from your analysis. ?Include if there was support for your hypothesis or research question. ?Include anything else that you may have discovered about the deviant act or yourself from this assignment.?You must include proof of your deviant act to get these points! ?The Proof will be submitted on blackboard! ?The Proof MUST be submitted by the due date! ?Proof may include: ?Video of you DOING your act that is on a DVD or Flashdrive (thumbdrive) ?Pictures of you DOING your deviant act.?In the body of your paper ?If paraphrasing use author and year. ?Example: Studies have found that 53% of all people when faced with alternative behavior respond with an informal sanction (Fey, 2003). ?If quoting use author, year and page number ?Example: Fey?s research showed that 53% of all observations responded by walking away (Fey, 2003, pg. 36)?Citations in your bibliography or reference page should be as follows: ?If the source is a journal article: ?Fey, R. (2003). Observed Informal Social Sanctions to Deviant Behavior. Journal of Crime and Deviance. vol. 3, Spring. pgs. 25-42. ?If the source is a book: ?Fey, R. (2003). Social Sanctions and Deviant Behavior. New York: Random House.??.?.
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