A state of social disorganization and demoralization in society which is largely the result of disharmony between cultural goals and the means for attaining them. This may be reflected in the behavior of the individual in many ways - non-conformity, social withdrawal, deviant behavior, etc.
Accumulation of blood in the SUBDURAL SPACE with delayed onset of neurological symptoms. Symptoms may include loss of consciousness, severe HEADACHE, and deteriorating mental status.
A republic in the north of South America, east of VENEZUELA and west of SURINAME. Its capital is Georgetown.
The process of leaving one's country to establish residence in a foreign country.
Blocking of a blood vessel in the SKULL by an EMBOLUS which can be a blood clot (THROMBUS) or other undissolved material in the blood stream. Most emboli are of cardiac origin and are associated with HEART DISEASES. Other non-cardiac sources of emboli are usually associated with VASCULAR DISEASES.
Permanent roads having a line of rails fixed to ties and laid to gage, usually on a leveled or graded ballasted roadbed and providing a track for freight cars, passenger cars, and other rolling stock. Cars are designed to be drawn by locomotives or sometimes propelled by self-contained motors. (From Webster's 3d) The concept includes the organizational and administrative aspects of railroads as well.
Systematic organization, storage, retrieval, and dissemination of specialized information, especially of a scientific or technical nature (From ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983). It often involves authenticating or validating information.
Educational attainment or level of education of individuals.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
Heat- and storage-stable plasma protein that is activated by tissue thromboplastin to form factor VIIa in the extrinsic pathway of blood coagulation. The activated form then catalyzes the activation of factor X to factor Xa.
Lists of words, usually in alphabetical order, giving information about form, pronunciation, etymology, grammar, and meaning.
The addition of descriptive information about the function or structure of a molecular sequence to its MOLECULAR SEQUENCE DATA record.
Databases devoted to knowledge about specific genes and gene products.
Activities concerned with governmental policies, functions, etc.
A system of government in which there is free and equal participation by the people in the political decision-making process.
The units based on political theory and chosen by countries under which their governmental power is organized and administered to their citizens.
Legal guarantee protecting the individual from attack on personal liberties, right to fair trial, right to vote, and freedom from discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, or national origin. (from http://www.usccr.gov/ accessed 1/31/2003)
The rights of individuals to act and make decisions without external constraints.

Building momentum: an ethnographic study of inner-city redevelopment. (1/28)

OBJECTIVES: One factor contributing to the decay of inner-city areas, and to consequent excess mortality, is the massive loss of housing. This report studied the effects of a redevelopment project on social functioning in an inner-city community. METHODS: This ethnographic study included the following elements: a longitudinal study of 10 families living in renovated housing, repeated observations and photographing of the street scene, focus groups, and informal interviews with area residents. The project was located in the Bradhurst section of Harlem in New York City and was focused on a redevelopment effort sponsored by local congregations. RESULTS: Those who were able to move into newly renovated housing found that their living conditions were greatly improved. Neighborhood revitalization lagged behind the rehabilitation of individual apartment houses. This uneven redevelopment was a visual and sensory reminder of "what had been." Residents missed the warmth and social support that existed in Harlem before its decline. CONCLUSIONS: Rebuilding damaged housing contributes greatly to the well-being of inner-city residents. The current pace and scope of rebuilding are insufficient to restore lost vitality.  (+info)

Auditory affective agnosia. Disturbed comprehension of affective speech. (2/28)

Hughlings Jackson noted that, although some aphasic patients were unable to use propositional speech, affective speech appeared to be spared. The purpose of this experiment was to study patients with unilateral hemispheric disease in order to ascertain if there are hemispheric asymmetries in the comprehension of affective speech. Six subjects had right temporoparietal lesions (left unilateral neglect) and six subjects had left temporoparietal lesions (fluent aphasias). These subjects were presented with 32 tape recorded sentences. In 16 trials the patients were asked to judge the emotional mood of the speaker (happy, sad, angry, indifferent) and in 16 trials the patients were asked to judge the content. Line drawings containing facial expressions of the four emotions or line drawings corresponding with the four basic contents were displayed with each sentence and the patient responded by pointing. All 12 subjects made perfect scores on the content portion of the test. On the emotional portion the right hemispheric patients scored a mean of 4-17 and the left hemispheric group scored a mean 10-17. The difference between these means is significantly (P less than 0-01) and suggests that patients with right hemispheric dysfunction and neglect have a defect in the comprehension of affective speech.  (+info)

Root shock: the consequences of African American dispossession. (3/28)

Urban renewal was one of several processes that contributed to deurbanization of American cities in the second half of the 20th century. Urban renewal was an important federal policy that affected thousands of communities in hundreds of cities. Urban renewal was to achieve "clearance" of "blight" and "slum" areas so that they could be rebuilt for new uses other than housing the poor. Urban renewal programs fell disproportionately on African American communities, leading to the slogan "Urban renewal is Negro removal." The short-term consequences were dire, including loss of money, loss of social organization, and psychological trauma. The long-term consequences flow from the social paralysis of dispossession, most important, a collapse of political action. This has important implications for the well-being of African Americans. It also raises important questions about the strength and quality of American democracy.  (+info)

Double dissociation of social functioning in frontotemporal dementia. (4/28)

BACKGROUND: Efforts to characterize changes in social functioning in frontotemporal dementia (FTD) have failed to elicit clear dissociation between frontal and temporal variants of the disease based on behavioral measures. METHODS: This study obtained premorbid and current first-degree relative ratings using an established measure of interpersonal functioning, the Interpersonal Adjectives Scales, to measure personality change in 16 patients with frontal variant (FLV) and 13 with temporal variant (TLV) FTD, and in a control group of 16 patients with AD. RESULTS: All three groups showed significant change over time in multiple domains, including increased introversion (FG) and submissiveness (HI). However, patients with both FTD subtypes evidenced significantly greater increases in overall interpersonal pathology vector length [VL] than did patients with AD, who remained within the normal range on all scores. Patients with FLV showed a 2 SD increase in submissiveness (HI), but their cold-heartedness (DE) change scores were not significantly different from those of patients with AD. Conversely, the TLV cold-heartedness (DE) score increased 2 SD compared to minimal change for the AD and FLV groups, yet change in submissiveness (HI) did not differentiate between AD and TLV groups. CONCLUSIONS: The Interpersonal Adjectives Scales differentiated both FTD groups from patients with AD on the basis of both degree and direction of personality change. Also, the two subtypes of FTD showed distinctly different patterns of change in social functioning: patients with temporal variant shifted toward severe interpersonal coldness with mild loss of dominance, whereas patients with frontal variant showed the opposite pattern.  (+info)

Electrophysiological insights into conceptual disorganization in schizophrenia. (5/28)

Disorganized speech, or thought disorder, in schizophrenia may reflect abnormal processing of meaningful concepts. To examine whether schizophrenia involves abnormalities in how a meaningful context influences processing of concepts strongly, weakly, or not related to it, we used the N400, an event-related brain potential (ERP) index of semantic relatedness. ERPs were recorded from schizophrenia patients (n=18) and normal controls (n=18) while they viewed category definitions (e.g., a type of fruit), each followed by a target word that was either a high-typicality category exemplar (apple), low-typicality exemplar (cherry), or non-exemplar (clamp). Participants' task was to indicate via button-press whether or not the target belonged to the category. In both patients and controls, N400 amplitude was largest (most negative) for non-exemplars, intermediate for low-typicality exemplars, and smallest (least negative) for high-typicality exemplars. Compared to controls, patients showed a trend toward reduced N400 amplitude differences between non-exemplars and low-typicality exemplars. Most importantly, within patients, reduced N400 amplitude differences between high- and low-typicality exemplars were correlated with psychotic symptoms. This association of an N400 index of semantic processing with psychotic symptoms suggests that psychosis in schizophrenia may be associated with greater similarity in how concepts strongly and weakly meaningfully related to their context are processed.  (+info)

A heuristic indication and warning staging model for detection and assessment of biological events. (6/28)

OBJECTIVE: This paper presents a model designed to enable rapid detection and assessment of biological threats that may require swift intervention by the international public health community. DESIGN: We utilized Strauss' grounded theory to develop an expanded model of social disruption due to biological events based on retrospective and prospective case studies. We then applied this model to the temporal domain and propose a heuristic staging model, the Wilson-Collmann Scale for assessing biological event evolution. MEASUREMENTS: We retrospectively and manually examined hard copy archival local media reports in the native vernacular for three biological events associated with substantial social disruption. The model was then tested prospectively through media harvesting based on keywords corresponding to the model parameters. RESULTS: Our heuristic staging model provides valuable information about the features of a biological event that can be used to determine the level of concern warranted, such as whether the pathogen in question is responding to established public health disease control measures, including the use of antimicrobials or vaccines; whether the public health and medical infrastructure of the country involved is adequate to mount the necessary response; whether the country's officials are providing an appropriate level of information to international public health authorities; and whether the event poses a international threat. The approach is applicable for monitoring open-source (public-domain) media for indications and warnings of such events, and specifically for markers of the social disruption that commonly occur as these events unfold. These indications and warnings can then be used as the basis for staging the biological threat in the same manner that the United States National Weather Service currently uses storm warning models (such as the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale) to detect and assess threatening weather conditions. CONCLUSION: Used as a complement to current epidemiological surveillance methods, our approach could aid global public health officials and national political leaders in responding to biological threats of international public health significance.  (+info)

Hostility and anomie: links to preterm delivery subtypes and ambulatory blood pressure at mid-pregnancy. (7/28)

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Developmental trajectories of substance use from early to late adolescence: a comparison of rural and urban youth. (8/28)

OBJECTIVE: This study investigated differences in the development of heavy drinking and marijuana use among students in urban and rural areas and assessed whether any such differences can be accounted for by locality differences in racial/ethnic makeup, social disorganization/low social bonding, feelings of despondency and escapism, and the availability of drugs. METHOD: Drawn from 62 South Dakota middle schools involved in a drug prevention field trial, participating students were assigned to a locality category based on the location of their seventh-grade school. Schools in metropolitan areas were distinguished from schools in nonmetropolitan areas. Schools in nonmetropolitan areas were further distinguished into those in micropolitan (medium and large towns) and noncore (rural areas without towns and with small towns) areas. We used latent growth curve analysis to model the influence of locality on the development of heavy drinking and marijuana use from ages 13 to 19 and to determine whether differences in development across locality were attributable to location-based differences in race/ethnicity, social disorganization/bonding, feelings of despondency and escapism, and alcohol and marijuana availability. RESULTS: Heavy drinking increased at a faster rate among youth living in micropolitan areas compared with youth living in metropolitan areas. Marijuana use increased at a faster rate among youth living in metropolitan and micropolitan areas compared with youth living in noncore areas. Differences in the rate of change in heavy drinking were attributable to differences in the racial/ethnic composition of metropolitan and micropolitan areas. Differences in the rate of change in marijuana use were attributable to differences in residential instability and marijuana availability. CONCLUSIONS: This study underscores the diversity of drug use within rural communities, suggesting that living in a very rural area is protective against some forms of drug use but that living in a rural area that includes a medium or large town is not.  (+info)

Social disorganization theory is one of the most enduring place-based theories of crime. Developed by Clifford Shaw and Henry McKay, this theory shifted criminological scholarship from a focus on the pathology of people to the pathology of places. Shaw and McKay demonstrated that delinquency did not randomly occur throughout the city but was concentrated in disadvantaged neighborhoods in-or adjacent to-areas of industry or commerce. These impoverished neighborhoods were in a constant state of transition, experiencing high rates of residential mobility. They were also home to newly arrived immigrants and African Americans. In these areas children were exposed to criminogenic behavior and residents were unable to develop important social relationships necessary for the informal regulation of crime and disorder. Social disorganization theory held a distinguished position in criminological research for the first half of the 20th century. Although the theory lost some of its prestige during the 1960s ...
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This article addresses the question of the structure of local child welfare activities in light of community-level factors. It poses the following research questions: how are different community-level factors related to child welfare client structures in communities and what is the extent to which these factors explain structural differences? The applied theoretical framework is based on social disorganization and strain theories as well as human developmental approach. The data has been collected from two Finnish national databases and it consists of variables containing 257 Finnish municipalities. The method of analysis is multinomial logistic regression. The results suggest that the local child welfare structures are tied to social disorganization, policing and culture as well as to the intensity of control in the communities. In general, the more fragile the communal structures, the more last-resort child welfare there is in the community. Combining fragile communal structures with weak ...
In the discussion on values Levin once again appeals to the environment to explain the strong individual dominance drive among Africans (p. 140) and a supposedly cooperative and democratic European temperament. Levin writes, Recall the hypothesis that conditions in northern Eurasia strongly favored cooperation (p. 168). In fact Levins analysis is totally erroneous: it is African society that has been criticized, as being incompatible with the individualism required of market economies. It is in Africa and other areas of the African world rather than in Europe that the idea of the extended family, with its concomitant principles of cooperation and altruistic obligation, is held to be widespread. But I do not make an essentialist argument here. Human social relations are determined maximally by the principle of sociological contingency: individualism and anomie are rampant in large urban areas while cooperation and altruism are more common in the rural areas of whatever continent. So again, ...
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Since no METHOD= option is used in the PROC CALIS statement, maximum likelihood estimates are computed by default. In the PATH statement, you specify the functional relationships of the variables in the model. These functional relationships are represented as single-headed paths in the path diagram. There are five entries in the PATH statement. You specify the relationships between the latent constructs and the observed variables in the first three path entries. For example, the first entry states that Anomie and Powerless67 are measured indicators of the latent variable Alien67. The path effects or coefficients from the latent factor to these measured indicators are fixed at 1.0 and 0.833, respectively. Similarly, in the next two path entries, you define the relationships between the latent factors Alien71 and SES and their measured indicators. The last two path entries in the PATH statement represent the functional relationships among the latent variables in the model. SES has effects on ...
In 1975, Walker Percy wrote a now-famous essay for Esquire called, simply, Bourbon. This was long before the stuff became a cult and a bottle of 23-year-old Pappy could set you back more than two thousand dollars. In the piece, Percy confesses up front that hes no connoisseur (his preferred brand was Early Times, and he was no stranger to the rather rougher satisfactions of long-ago labels like Two Natural); his subject lay in the aesthetic of bourbon drinking and the pleasure of knocking [it] back. I will have to take his word for it. I dont like bourbon.. Let me say up front that I do like Walker Percy. You will not find a bigger fan than me. I reread The Last Gentleman every year and Lancelot and Love in the Ruins almost as much. I reread the bourbon essay too, quite a bit, because like so much of what Percy wrote, it makes me sit up and say, Yes, yes, I know that! It also makes me laugh out loud. To (very loosely) paraphrase Percy, there are few better defenses against the anomie ...
Mass antisemitism is one of the acute ills of our current world. It has broken out with a violence unparalleled in modern civilization. In some respects the mass antisemitism of our day has a different significance from that of the past. Currently, it is a reflection of the warp of our social order. The system of capitalist economy has broken down in many countries and is seriously threatened in our own; a diffuse process of social disorganization is taking place, which is unleashing powerful destructive forces. Antisemitism is one outstanding expression, among others, of this process of social disintegration. It is linked with war, with economic revolution and counter-revolution. It is one by-product of the fight between the old and the new; between the enlightened forces of progressive change and the reactionary powers of industrial, land owning and fascist groups, seeking desperately to preserve and fortify ruling privileges in a failing economic system. With this vast upheaval, there is a ...
This paper tested a new conceptual model suggesting that risk perception is a significant mediator between perceived neighbourhood disorder and a sense of (un)safety. Three components of risk perception were evaluated: perceived vulnerability, controllability and probability of occurrence of specific offences. Using photo-simulation, three places with different levels of physical and social disorder were created and 120 British students rated the level of disorder, risk and safety of each place. Results showed that risk perception partially mediated the relationship between perceived disorder and safety. Perceived vulnerability was the strongest predictor and mediator in all three places but most significantly in the degraded place. Findings indicated that the more disordered a place is perceived the more a person relies on the perception of risk to estimate how safe she or he might be. Investigating the interpretive processes that occur when people estimate risk and safety, is crucial.. ...
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The Practice of Optimism. The test of all beliefs is their practical effect in life. It be true that optimism compels the world forward, and pessimism retards it, them it is dangerous to propagate a pessimistic philosophy. One who believes that the pain in the world outweighs the joy, and expresses that unhappy conviction, only adds to the pain. Schopenhauer is an enemy to the race. Even if he earnestly believed that this is the most wretched of possible worlds, he should not promulgate a doctrine which robs men of the incentive to fight with circumstance. If Life gave him ashes for bread, it was his fault. Life is a fair field, and the right will prosper if we stand by our guns.. Let pessimism once take hold of the mind, and life is all topsy-turvy, all vanity and vexation of spirit. There is no cure for individual or social disorder, except in forgetfulness and annihilation. Let us eat, drink and be merry, says the pessimist, for to-morrow we die. If I regarded my life from the point of ...
My PCP at this point said I was the second person he saw this week to have an experience like this at the GI department. He then turned to me and said he was going to say something very candid. I was a teenage girl with a lot of random diagnoses and no overarching or connecting diagnosis. Many medical problems yet most of what I have does not show up in blood work (although it shows up is another test like biopsies and gastric emptying studies). Many doctors look at my case and think it has been over medicalized and is really just psychosomatic issues such as a social disorder or and anxiety disorder. However patients who fit into that category tend to still live with their parents and are not in school or socialize. I do not fit into that category. I am full time student with two jobs and involved in lots of extra curriculars. My PCP said when he saw my chart he was not expecting me to be as put together and have as good of a handle on everything as I do. I am not sure how to take this. I am ...
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Screen time activities (e.g., television, computers, video games) have been linked to several negative health outcomes among young people. In order to develop evidence-based interventions to reduce screen time, the factors that influence the behavior need to be better understood. High neighborhood disorder, which may encourage young people to stay indoors where screen time activities are readily available, is one potential factor to consider. Results are based on 15,917 youth in grades 6-10 (aged 10-16 years old) who participated in the Canadian 2009/10 Health Behaviour in School-aged Children Survey (HBSC). Total hours per week of television, video games, and computer use were reported by the participating students in the HBSC student questionnaire. Ten items of neighborhood disorder including safety, neighbors taking advantage, drugs/drinking in public, ethnic tensions, gangs, crime, conditions of buildings/grounds, abandoned buildings, litter, and graffiti were measured using the HBSC student
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Source: United Nations (1953) Comparative Survey on Juvenile Delinquency, part-iv, Asia and Far East, New York, (p.4).. Robert K Merton in his work Social Structure and Anomie 1938, has pinpointed social structural processes as the ultimate source of the problem of juvenile delinquency emphasizing the facts that there are flows and contradiction in the organization. A person is trust into anomy when the goal of society are denied to him although he has scrupulously adhered to the institutionalize means whereby other people ordinarily achieve this goal. Due to such contradiction, an anomic individual usually searches for alternative means to achieve his goals in a deviant pattern.. Healy and Bronner, (Bela, 1964), in their study, New Light on Delinquency, come to a conclusion that, in nearly all the delinquent cases their are clear evidence that those who were found delinquent were very unhappy in their life circumstances due to lack of affection.. National Perspective:. Mr. Abdur Rahman ...
This is an index of sociology articles. For a shorter list, see List of basic sociology topics. Contents !-9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z absolute poverty - achieved status - acute disease - adaptation - Adultism - affect control theory - affirmative action - affluent alienation - age grade - age structure - aging in place - ageism - agency of socialization - agency - AGIL Paradigm - aggregate - ageism - agrarian society - agribusiness - AIDS - air pollution - alcoholism - alienation - alien land law - alternative society - altruism - alzheimers disease - Amae - amalgamation - Americanization - Anabaptist - anarchy - androgyny - animal abuse - animism - anomia - anomie - anthropology - antisemitism - apartheid - apollonian - applied science - approach - appropriate technology - The Archaeology of Knowledge - arms race - arms trade - arranged marriage - asceticism - Asch conformity experiments - ascribed status - ascriptive characteristic - assimilation - assisted living - ...
Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2018, 15(1), 156; doi:10.3390/ijerph15010156. Sammanfattning. This study addressed school-contextual features of social disorder in relation to sixth-grade students experiences of bullying victimization and mental health complaints. It investigated, firstly, whether the schools concentrations of behavioural problems were associated with individual students likelihood of being bullied, and secondly, whether the schools concentrations of behavioural problems and bullying victimization predicted students emotional and psychosomatic health complaints. The data were derived from the Swedish National Survey of Mental Health among Children and Young People, carried out among sixth-grade students (approximately 12-13 years old) in Sweden in 2009. The analyses were based on information from 59,510 students distributed across 1999 schools. The statistical method used was multilevel modelling. While students own behavioural problems were associated with an elevated ...
Data for this project was compiled from a variety of sources. To generate the homicide rate (per 100,000), homicide incident counts were obtained from HOMICIDES IN CHICAGO, 1965-1995 (ICPSR 6399). This dataset includes tract identifiers that allow for merging with other tract characteristics. The population sizes used in the denominator of the homicide rate were obtained from the decennial United States Census files for each decade from 1980-2000, and cubic spline interpolation was used to generate intercensal estimates. The homicide rate was calculated per 100,000 population. Due to a high degree of skewness in the homicide rate, the study analyses used the natural log of the homicide rate. One objective was to examine the relationships between homicide trends and various characteristics of neighborhood structure identified as relevant by the social disorganization perspective. These variables were drawn from the CENSUS OF POPULATION AND HOUSING, 1980 [UNITED STATES]: SUMMARY TAPE FILE 3A ...
2) ignorance about the multiplication rule of probability for criminal behavior. Namely, failure to recognize that criminal behavior is determined by the interaction of multiple variables or factors.. Regarding the first error, research in criminology and psychology has identified numerous variables that may increase an individual tendency to commit crime. These variables range from social disorganization, dysfunctional environments, crime learning conditions, developmental problems, lack of social control, lack of education, stigmatization, cognitive deficiencies, impulsivity, childhood trauma, as well as some associated demographic variables such as gender, social class and race. The distinction between the relative frequency and the absolute frequency can be explained with the following examples:. Research has shown that people with only high school education are more likely to commit crime than people with graduate degrees. The same can be said about high impulsive persons, who are more ...
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The research team was positively surprised by the resulting large size of the difference between the two conditions, obtained only after one minute and a half of testing, and was equally astonished that the difference in conditions did not exist when the faces were inverted. The study also confirmed that the region for face perception lies primarily in the posterior part of the brains right hemisphere. The ability to recognize a face is a common problem in cases of sudden onset of posterior brain damage, neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer disease and other forms of dementia and social disorders such as autism. Rossion points out that an advantage of using this highly sensitive SSVEP methods is that it can be used and compared objectively in different human populations - adults, infants, children, neurological patients, people with long-life face recognition impairments or autism - without requiring complex instructions and a long testing duration.. Face recognition involves the most ...
Preface ix Note on Citations xiii. Introduction: Locating Victorian Literature 1. Byron is Dead 1. Cultural Contexts 2. The Literary Field 11. An Age of Prose 14. The Situation of Poetry 19. Victorian Theater 21. The Novel After Scott 22. 1 The Times are Unexampled: Literature in the Age of Machinery, 1830-1850 27. Constructing the Man of Letters 27. The Burdens of Poetry 33. Theater in the 1830s 48. Fiction in the Early 1830s 50. Dickens and the Forms of Fiction 55. Poetry after the Annuals 66. Literature of Travel 70. History and Heroism 73. Social Crisis and the Novel 81. The Domestic Ideal 84. From Silver-Fork to Farce 86. Poetry in the Early 1840s 89. The Literature of Labor 95. Medievalism 98. The Two Nations 101. Whats Money After All? 111. Romance and Religion 116. The Novel of Development 123. Art, Politics, and Faith 127. In Memoriam 137. 2 Crystal Palace and Bleak House: Expansion and Anomie, 1851-1873 143. The Novel and Society 145. Crimea and the Forms of Heroism ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Neighborhood effects on an individuals health using neighborhood measurements developed by factor analysis and cluster analysis. AU - Li, Yu Sheng. AU - Chuang, Ying Chih. PY - 2009/1. Y1 - 2009/1. N2 - This study suggests a multivariate-structural approach combining factor analysis and cluster analysis that could be used to examine neighborhood effects on an individuals health. Data were from the Taiwan Social Change Survey conducted in 1990, 1995, and 2000. In total, 5,784 women and men aged over 20 years living in 428 neighborhoods were interviewed. Participants addresses were geocoded with census data for measuring neighborhood-level characteristics. The factor analysis was applied to identify neighborhood dimensions, which were used as entities in the cluster analysis to generate a neighborhood typology. The factor analysis generated three neighborhood dimensions: neighborhood education, age structure, and neighborhood family structure and employment. The cluster analysis ...
Recent epidemiologic studies reveal that alcohol use and anxiety continue to be prevalent problems beginning in the adolescent years. This chapter presents a study that explores the specific associations between these two highly prevalent disorders and a protective factor shown in previous research to be robust in adolescents': spirituality. This investigation is especially germane to adolescents as prior studies have indicated that the protective qualities of spirituality may be more robust in adolescents than adults, suggesting a potential role of spirituality in onset of these disorders. Substance use was associated with relational spirituality -a sense of personal ongoing connection with the Creator. In contrast, anxiety was associated with the quality of interpersonal relationships within a religious community. The results of the study suggest that substance use might best be understood as primarily a spiritual disorder, while anxiety may be fundamentally a social disorder.Keywords:adolescent;
If we can agree that poverty is a social problem, we are led to another question: what sort of social problem is it? For some, it is a social problem because people should not be poor: it involves social injustice. For others, poverty is a social problem because poor people behave badly (or bring up children poorly): it involves social disorder. We therefore have another parting of the ways, with some believing that social justice requires poor people to become less poor, and others believing ...
If we can agree that poverty is a social problem, we are led to another question: what sort of social problem is it? For some, it is a social problem because people should not be poor: it involves social injustice. For others, poverty is a social problem because poor people behave badly (or bring up children poorly): it involves social disorder. We therefore have another parting of the ways, with some believing that social justice requires poor people to become less poor, and others believing ...
Samaneh Zamani said the initiative has been undertaken in cooperation with Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Shahid Beheshti University and Iran University of Medical Sciences.. She added that health experts stationed in the buses provide the public with information on ways to prevent HIV and inform them where to conducts AIDS test free of charge. They also hand out training materials.. Official statistics indicate that AIDS is more prevalent in developing and less developed countries, she pointed out.. The rapid urbanization coupled with a significant growth in population in developing countries have led to a rise in social disorders such as drug addiction, criminal activities and high-risk behaviors in the world.. Zamani said AIDS is not just an individual health problem, rather it is a social and cultural phenomenon which has an impact on the patients and their relatives.. On measures undertaken by Tehran Municipality to lower the number of HIV-infected people, she said, We are ...
This publication presents results from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) national Crime Victimisation Survey, conducted from July 2009 to June 2010 using the ABS Multipurpose Household Survey (MPHS). The survey collected data about victims for a selected range of personal and household offences, whether victims reported these incidents to police, characteristics of victims and characteristics of their most recent incident, and peoples perceptions on social disorder in their local area. This is the second crime victimisation survey conducted by the ABS since it was redesigned in 2008-09. Time series data are included to compare results with the 2008-09 Crime Victimisation Survey ...
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Peoples are so impatient. Here we should be celebrating the last Toesday in Tocktober, and already with the Nosevembers. This schnozzle has heisted the proper order of things. Obv it is neither a Dachsie nor a Dobie as those fine Germanic breeds would not tolerate such disorganization. Tsk.. ...
This article has been cited by other articles in PMC.. This article examines the most significant, contradictory evidence pertaining to autism. The first section of the article includes reports of recovery from autism, data obtained from studies involving oxytocin, early deprivation, autism in preterm children, late-onset autism, and symptom overlap among ASD, social phobias and personality disorders. In the second section of the article, we offer a model that better incorporates current findings and address controversies that continue to surround ASD. We propose an umbrella term social inhibition disorders which integrates autism spectrum disorders and social phobias, as well as schizoid, schizotypal, and obsessive-compulsive personality disorders. It would also include quasi-autism, which has been found in early deprivation studies, autism in preterm children, and cases of late-onset autism presenting after herpes encephalitis infection. Finally, we discuss suggestions for further research ...
Downloadable! In the neighbourhood effects literature, the socialisation mechanism is usually investigated by looking at the association between neighbourhood characteristics and educational attainment. The step in between, that adolescents actually internalise educational norms held by residents, is often assumed. We attempt to fill this gap by looking at how educational commitments are influenced by neighbourhood characteristics. We investigate this process for migrant youth, a group that lags behind in educational attainment compared to native youth, and might therefore be particularly vulnerable to neighbourhood effects. To test our hypothesis we used longitudinal panel data with five waves (N=4179), combined with fixed-effects models which control for a large portion of potential selection bias. These models have an advantage over naïve OLS models in that they predict the effect of change in neighbourhood characteristics on change in educational commitment, and therefore offer a more dynamic
Children with autism see simple movement twice as quickly as other children their age, and this hypersensitivity to motion may provide clues to a fundamental cause of the developmental disorder, according to a new study. Such heightened sensory perception in autism may help explain why some people with the disorder are painfully sensitive to noise and bright lights. It also may be linked to some of the complex social and behavioral deficits associated with autism, says Duje Tadin, one of the lead authors on the study and an assistant professor of brain and cognitive sciences at the University of Rochester. We think of autism as a social disorder because children with this condition often struggle with social interactions, but what we sometimes neglect is that almost everything we know about the world comes from our senses. Abnormalities in how a person sees or hears can have a profound effect on social communication.. Although previous studies have found that people with autism possess ...
Stephanie Ortigue, Ph.D., is assistant professor, department of psychology, and director, laboratory of brain electrodynamics and action, intention, and relationships at Syracuse University (New York) and the University of Geneva (Switzerland). Dr. Ortigues work focuses on social neuroscience, implicit cognition, neurology, and the consciousness of the interacting brain in social settings. Her research aims to develop predictive models of automatic cognitive information processing of body language in social settings to improve performance and optimize therapeutic interventions in patients with acute and chronic social disorders. She received the Association for Psychological Science Rising Star nomination (2011), the Tom Slick Award from the Mind Science Foundation (2010), the University Maurice Chalumeau Award (2007), and the Annual ESSM award for best oral presentation (2007). Ortigue serves on the editorial board of NeuroImage and is the past editor-in-chief of Psyche. She also serves on ...
The FIS won the municipal elections by a landslide and were poised to win the nation?s first national elections. However its right was denied through illegal means, unconstitutional and not even in the nation?s interest. The FIS was never a militant organisation nor an extremist movement like what it has been attempted to made as later on. The FIS grew from the grassroots, the trend of the masses who were wishing for change. For years the old regime of the FLN could not bring advancement or development for the country. The FLN government was fraught with corruption and inefficiencies that were prevalent and would usually accompany weak socialist regimes all over the middle east and the third world. So when the oil boom was over and oil could not support its economy, Algeria underwent an economic crisis and social disorder. Social upheaval took to the streets in the form of food and price riots which was beyond the regime?s will to contain. The FLN regime had to call upon the syeikhs, imams and ...
Up to a million Japanese teens and twenty-somethings are refusing to come out of their rooms, reports Phil Rees in the BBC. Doctors are blaming the epidemic on a social disorder known as hikikomori(Japanese for withdraw from society), caused by severe academic pressures and an inability to talk to their families. Some observers are blaming traditional Japanese poetry and music that celebrates the nobility of solitude, or the fact that its not unusual for young men to remain under their parents care until theyre in their 30s and 40s in some cases. Hikikomori is more likely to strike eldest sons, according to some studies, and the disorder does not exist outside of Japan ...
In this population-based cohort of older adults, greater neighborhood-level social cohesion was associated with significantly reduced risk of stroke mortality but not incident stroke. The association with stroke mortality was independent of known stroke risk factors and neighborhood-level socioeconomic status and was not attenuated by the control for individual-level measures of social network and engagement. Findings suggest that aspects of the neighborhood social environment may affect stroke risk among older adults, a demographic group in which neighborhood effects may be particularly salient.11. The observed protective effect of neighborhood cohesion on stroke mortality is consistent with previous studies. Neighborhood-level cohesion has been linked to heart disease,24 all-cause mortality,25 self-rated health,26,27 smoking,28 physical activity,29,30 hypertension,31 and measures of mental health.26,32 The findings of this study are also consistent with the overlapping literature on the health ...
Health status data includes data about the health of persons within a census tract in Metropolitan Detroit, measured at the census tract level. This includes data about 1) mortality by condition; 2) exposures to toxic substances; and 3) disability. Coverage for all data: 10-county Detroit-Warren-Ann Arbor Combined Statistical Area. ...
Weight: All analysis of the data should be weighted using the total survey weight. The cell-level file includes a separate weight for each outcome and mediator measure that is the sum of weights for all observations in the cell with valid data for the measure (for example, wt_happy_scale123_ad is the weight for the subjective well-being scale measure, mn_happy_scale123_ad. In the pseudo-individual file, mn_f_wt_totsvy is the average of the total survey weight variable for all observations in the cell.. In the original individual-level file, the total survey weight (f_wt_totsvy) is calculated as the product of three component weights:. 1. Randomization ratio weight - At the start of the MTO program, random assignment (RA) ratios were set to produce equal numbers of leased-up families in the low-poverty and traditional voucher groups based on expected lease-up rates. The initial ratios were 8 to 3 to 5: eight low-poverty voucher group families to three traditional voucher families to five ...
New NBER affiliates are appointed through a highly competitive process that begins with a call for nominations in January. Candidates are evaluated based on their research records and their capacity to contribute to the NBERs activities by program directors and steering committees. New affiliates must hold primary academic appointments in North America. On January 1, 2020, there were 1,581 NBER-affiliated researchers based at 180 institutions. ...
The past few years have witnessed an explosion of interest in neighborhood or area effects on health. Several types of empiric studies have been used to examine possible area or neighborhood effects, including ecologic studies relating area characteristics to morbidity and mortality rates, contextua …
Wodtke, G. T., Elwert, F., & Harding, D. J. 2016. Neighborhood Effect Heterogeneity by Family Income and Developmental Period. American Journal of Sociology , 121(4), 1168-1222 ...
We analyze the effect of industry, region, and time on new businesssurvival rates by means of a multi-dimensional approach. The data relateto West German districts in the 1983-2000 period. The survival chancesof start-ups tend to be relatively low in industries characterized by ahigh minimum efficient size and high numbers of entries. We find thatregional characteristics play a rather important role and thatintroducing the regional dimension leads to considerable improvements ofthe estimation results. The significance of the regional dimension isalso reflected in a remarkably high level of neighborhood effects. ...
"Anomie." CCJ 5606 - Criminological Theory [course page]. Tallahassee: Florida State University. Archived from the original on ... Strain theory is a theoretical perspective that identifies anomie (i.e. normlessness) as the result of a society that provides ... Emile Durkheim (1893) first described anomie as one of the results of an inequitable division of labour within a society, ... Merton would go on to theorize that anomie, as well as some forms of deviant behavior, derive largely from a disjunction ...
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"Anomie and Violence". ANU Press - via press.anu.edu.au. Braithwaite, John. "Anomie and Violence: Non-Truth and Reconciliation ... John Braithwaite; Valerie Braithwaite; Michael Cookson; Leah Dunn (2010). Anomie and Violence: Non-truth and Reconciliation in ...
"Scritti Politti - Anomie & Bonhomie". AllMusic. Retrieved 27 April 2016. Griffin, Andrew W. (6 June 2015). "Film Review: "Soul ...
Houston, Texas: Anomie Records. 2001.CS1 maint: others in cite AV media (notes) (link) Sapsucker at Discogs (list of releases) ... Sapsucker is the fourth and final studio album by the Walking Timebombs, released in 2001 by Anomie Records. All tracks are ...
"Anomie's SNES Port Doc". Archived from the original on 2007-09-17. Retrieved 2011-04-05. (2007-05-01) Snes9x readme.txt v1.51. ...
Hagan, J; McCarthy B (1997). "Anomie, social capital and street criminology". The future of anomie. pp. 124-41. ISBN 1-55553- ... Passas (1990). "Anomie and corporate deviance". Crime, Law and Social Change. 14 (2): 157-178. doi:10.1007/BF00728269. S2CID ... If crime is seen as a function of anomie, organized behavior produces stability, increases protection or security, and may be ... Powell, E (1966). "Crime as a function of anomie". The Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology, and Police Science. 57 (2): 161- ...
The term anomie, derived from Émile Durkheim, for Merton means a discord between cultural goals and the legitimate means ... "Anomie, Strain, and Opportunity Structure: Robert K. Merton's Paradigm of Deviant Behavior." Pp. 140-55 in The Handbook of the ... Innovation and ritualism are the pure cases of anomie as Merton defined it because in both cases there is a contradiction or ... "Social Structure and Anomie." American Sociological Review 3:672-82. Merton, Robert K. 1979 [1942]. "The Normative Structure of ...
The Future of Anomie Theory. Boston: Northeastern University Press (1997) (edited with Nikos Passas) Criminological Theory: ... New York: Oxford University Press (2006) Anomie, Strain and Subcultural Theories of Crime. Burlington, VT: Ashgate (2010) ( ... The Legacy of Anomie Theory, Volume 6, edited by Freda Adler and William Laufer. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction (1995) " ...
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Fisac, Taciana (2003). "Social anomie and political discourse in contemporary China". In Fernández-Stembridge, Leila (ed.). ...
... saying that the book reflects the importance of anomie theory to the analysis of social problems and that the theory of anomie ... "The theoretical implications of anomie and deviant behavior" and Merton's concluding essay "Anomie, anomia, and social ... 1964). Anomie and Deviant Behavior: A Discussion and Critique. Free Press of Glencoe. Retrieved 2019-12-15. Clinard, Marshall B ... Clinard (1964) Barron, Milton L. (October 1, 1965). "Book Review - Anomie and Deviant Behavior: A Discussion and Critique". ...
Along with the economic stress was considerable political anomie. Tripolitania had been freed from Italian rule by the British ...
2015 Hoffman, Mark; Bearman, Peter (2015). "Bringing Anomie Back In: Exceptional Events and Excess Suicide". Sociological ...
Anomie and Violence: Non-truth and Reconciliation in Indonesian Peacebuilding. Canberra: Australian National University E-Press ...
Anomie and Violence: Non-truth and Reconciliation in Indonesian Peacebuilding. ANU E Press. pp. 299-. ISBN 978-1-921666-23-0. ...
He also believes that because of high levels of anomie there are high levels of suicide. In Durkheim's view, suicide comes in ... ISBN 0-85312-419-1. Dohrenwend, Bruce P. (1959). "Egoism, Altruism, Anomie, and Fatalism: A Conceptual Analysis of Durkheim's ... economic boom or disaster contributing to anomie. Egoistic suicide reflects a prolonged sense of not belonging, of not being ...
Maybe the Hartnolls needed a rest from all that rage and anomie. Maybe I should just call it the first beautiful album of the ...
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He influenced the Strain theory of criminal behavior and the concept of anomie, and was a primary motivator for the passage of ... Cloward, Richard Andrew (1959). Social Control and Anomie: A Study of a Prison Community (PhD). Columbia University. OCLC ...
Lebanon's anomie was regarded by Syrian officials as an unacceptable risk to Syrian security. The government of Syria appeared ...
Jin Xiao-yi; Liu Li-ge (November 2009). "Identification of the social risks and anomie in the context of gender imbalance in ...
However, the Mongol invasion left Korea in disarray and anomie, and these groups became nomadic. Other subgroups of the ...
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Additional cast members included Anomie Zitar, an apparent feline-human hybrid (fittingly, the team's resident "sex kitten"); a ...
... anomie (a disorganized and detached social style) was the opposite of high authoritarianism, indicating a curvilinear ...
Set in 1930s post-Depression Atlanta, the novel's themes include dysfunctional families, traditionalism, urban anomie, ...
... emotions are examined in criminology issues such as anomie theory and studies of "toughness," aggressive behavior, and ...
Where Durkheim states that anomie is the confounding of social norms, Merton goes further and states that anomie is the state ... Robert K. Merton discussed deviance in terms of goals and means as part of his strain/anomie theory. ...
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Twenty-first-century anomie is no small thing to reckon with, and one doesnt want to be caught off guard. ... To (very loosely) paraphrase Percy, there are few better defenses against the anomie of the twenty-first century than the shock ...
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the high rate of the alcohol consumption in the both periods notices a social and common anomie, that is to say a non ... Anomie and Traffic Alcoholism: Establishments and Prospects. Gh. Scripcaru, V. Astarastoae, V. Constantinescu and L.V. ... the high rate of the alcohol consumption in the both periods notices a social and common anomie, that is to say a non ...
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But perhaps the most important point is that that anomie is decreasing, that brutalism that was warned against. The good old ... Killing the myth of the anomie of modern life once and for all Tim Worstall ... And Marx certainly railed against the boredom of industrial work: what later became known as anomie. The interesting thing ... Killing the myth of the anomie of modern life once and for all ...
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My Life Among the Anglo-Saxonists: More Anomie, Despair, and Self-Immolation ...
"Anomie." CCJ 5606 - Criminological Theory [course page]. Tallahassee: Florida State University. Archived from the original on ... Strain theory is a theoretical perspective that identifies anomie (i.e. normlessness) as the result of a society that provides ... Emile Durkheim (1893) first described anomie as one of the results of an inequitable division of labour within a society, ... Merton would go on to theorize that anomie, as well as some forms of deviant behavior, derive largely from a disjunction ...
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This paper tests the relevance of social stratification and anomie theories on individuals decisions of religious affiliation ... This paper tests the relevance of social stratification and anomie theories on individuals decisions of religious affiliation ...
Urban Anomie Blog delves into random anecdotes which are Calgary-centric. Topics range from gardening locally, to... ...
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Anomie, Italian Style. By David N. Meyer. * Junebug: Culture Collision. By Tessa DeCarlo. ...
Anomie, Italian Style. By David N. Meyer. * Junebug: Culture Collision. By Tessa DeCarlo. ...
The Anomie Theory Of Juvenile Delinquency. 1045 Words , 5 Pages. The set of the structural-functional theories are among the ... The Anomie Theory Of Juvenile Delinquency. 1045 Words , 5 Pages. *. Neutralization Theory For Juvenile Delinquency. 1115 Words ...
But, of course, many IT professionals prefer to think hes just crazy…. So we progress from annotation to anomie. ... The Problem with Hypertext: From Annotation to Anomie Carmen-Maria Hetrea - August 15, 2008 ...
The Affects of Religiosity on Anomie Description: This study explores the relationship between religion and anomie. The ... Another hypothetical relationship, that of the most religious, women experience less anomie than men, was also not supported ... The hypothetical inverse relationship between class and anomie was supported with this data. ... anomie decreases. A secondary analysis was conducted using the 1991 General Social Survey (GSS). The GSS is one of the largest ...
ANOMIE/INSTITUTIONAL ANOMIE THEORY. Baumer, E. P., & Gustafson, R. (2007). Social organization and instrumental crime: ... validity of classic and contemporary anomie theories. Criminology, 45(3), 617-663.. Currie, E. (1997). Market, crime, and ... Chamlin, M. B., & Cochran, J. K. (1995). Assessing Messner and Rosenfelds institutional anomie theory: A partial test. ... R. K. (1938). Social structure and anomie. American Sociological Review, 3, 672-682. ...
Durkheims Theory of Anomie and Marxs Theory of Alienation Essay. 2757 Words , 12 Pages Durkheims theory of anomie and Marxs ... The purpose of this paper is to analyse the two concepts of anomie and alienation and evaluate their merits. The analysis will ... Durkheims Theory of Anomie and Marxs Theory of Alienation Essay. 2757 Words , 12 Pages ...
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Social Structure, Anomie, Reflexive and Social Norms *. To be reflexive, in the sociological sense, means that we reflect on ... Anomie is a sense of normlessness. Societies that have competing norms or a total absence of norms experience more crime, ...
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Merton, Robert K. (1938). "Social Structure and Anomie". American Sociological Review. 3 (5): 672-682. doi:10.2307/2084686. ...
Alienation and anomie. In: Robinson JR, editor. Measures of personality and social psychological attitudes, vol. 1. San Diego: ...
Anomie. Durkheim. Robert Merton. Anomie relates to the idea that crime is a function of society.. increased crime is a result ...
Democratic Drift: Majoritarian Modification and Democratic Anomie in the United Kingdom. Matthew Flinders. Published in print: ... Keywords: Majoritarian modification, Lijphart, constitutional reform, democratic drift, constitutional anomie, constitutional ... Democratic Drift : Majoritarian Modification and Democratic Anomie in the United Kingdom. Matthew Flinders. Published in print ...
... anomie scale- which are the most popular scales for measuring feeling of anomie. Self-esteem scale, which is the most common ... Bell, W. (1957). Anomie, social isolation, and the class structure. Sociometry, 20(2), 105-116. Carr, L. G. , & Hauser, W. J. ( ... Lee, G. R. & Clyde, R. W. (1974). Religion, socioeconomic status, and anomie. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 13( ... In the third path, we expect that the class influences authoritarianism through feeling of anomie. This path combines Lipstadt ...
sociology) anomie (alienation or social instability). *(neurology) anomia; nominal aphasia (difficulty recalling nouns) ...
  • I don't know if this qualifies as a 'fix', since John has not yet officially joined me in developing the Anomy sanitizer (which is based on John's procmail filter). (impsec.org)
  • The theoretical framework of Durkheim and Merton was used to suggest the hypothetical relationship between the two variables: as religiosity increases, anomie decreases. (unt.edu)
  • Critique of Strain/Anomie theory Although Merton's Strain theory continues to play a role in the sociological theorization of crime today, there are limitations to this theory of crime that have been identified. (pearltrees.com)
  • A scale was established by factor analysis to measure liberal sex role attitudes, and normlessness and lawlessness were used to measure the degree of anomy of respondents. (ncjrs.gov)
  • A constructivist vision on the society and individuals living in it by Emile Durkheim presupposes that anomie may simply occur where there is a lack of social regulation and morale. (essaysexperts.com)
  • For Durkheim, anomie arises more generally from a mismatch between personal or group standards and wider social standards, or from the lack of a social ethic, which produces moral deregulation and an absence of legitimate aspirations. (pearltrees.com)
  • This is a nurtured condition: Most sociologists associate the term with Durkheim, who used the concept to speak of the ways in which an individual's actions are matched, or integrated, with a system of social norms and practices… anomie is a mismatch, not simply the absence of norms. (pearltrees.com)
  • Durkheim also formally posited anomie as a mismatch, not simply as the absence of norms. (experienceproject.com)
  • This paper tests the relevance of social stratification and anomie theories on individuals' decisions of religious affiliation to Catholic, Protestant, and other non-Christian churches, or to remain non-affiliated to any religious group in El Salvador. (oup.com)
  • Thus, a society with too much rigidity and little individual discretion could also produce a kind of anomie, a mismatch between individual circumstances and larger social mores. (experienceproject.com)
  • In addition, to assess one's anomie, we used well-known scales such as Srole's (1956), Dean's (1968) and Rashing's (1971) anomie scale- which are the most popular scales for measuring feeling of anomie. (doaj.org)
  • Durkheim's theory of anomie and Marx's theory of alienation have had a very strong influence on the sociological understandings of modern life. (bartleby.com)
  • The purpose of this paper is to analyse the two concepts of anomie and alienation and evaluate their merits. (bartleby.com)
  • Robert Dubin (1959) viewed deviance as a function of society, disputing the assumption that the deviant adaptations to situations of anomie are necessarily harmful to society. (pearltrees.com)
  • Kohn's (1976) items measuring normlessness were used as a dimension of anomy. (ncjrs.gov)
  • Anomie, in societies or individuals, a condition of instability resulting from a breakdown of standards and values or from a lack of purpose or ideals. (britannica.com)
  • The findings imply that radical social change, regardless of the merits underlying it, produces social and psychological anomy that can lead to criminal behavior. (ncjrs.gov)
  • Since Windows is the most common (and quite possibly also the OS with the most brain damaged mail clients), switching Anomy to Windows newline conventions internally will decrease breakage quite a bit. (anomy.net)
  • Anomie in common parlance is thought to mean something like 'at loose ends. (experienceproject.com)
  • Durkheim's theory that religion functions to integrate individuals into the larger society and therefore diminish levels of anomie was not supported with this data. (unt.edu)
  • And Marx certainly railed against the boredom of industrial work: what later became known as anomie. (adamsmith.org)
  • In the third path, we expect that the class influences authoritarianism through feeling of anomie. (doaj.org)
  • Is this anomie intended as typically middle class? (latimes.com)
  • However, Anomy does magnify the problem and cause it to surface more often. (anomy.net)
  • Another hypothetical relationship, that of the most religious, women experience less anomie than men, was also not supported due to the lack of a significant relationship among the primary variables. (unt.edu)
  • But perhaps the most important point is that that anomie is decreasing, that brutalism that was warned against. (adamsmith.org)
  • The great French sociologist Emile Durkheim explained that anomie occurs when old institutions are no longer functioning in a stable way and people no longer can count on receiving the expected rewards for conforming to expected standards. (anemon.gr)
  • Stating about the new single, Sammi explains: "AN OM IE" refers to the 'Anomie Theory' by French sociologist Emile Durkheim. (tattoo.com)
  • Merton's explanations of anomie emerged in 1938 under the influence of the theoreticians of the Chicago School. (24gospel.com)
  • First presented in 1938, Merton's anomie theory of deviant behavior played a major part in the development of the field of deviance and continues to influence the work of many contemporary sociologists. (anemon.gr)
  • which sociologist introduced the concept of anomie to the discipline? (absfinishers.com)
  • A) Auguste Comte B) Émile Durkheim C) Herbert Spencer D) Harriet Martineau 5 Which sociologist introduced the concept of anomie to the discipline? (absfinishers.com)
  • Which sociologist introduced the concept of anomie? (absfinishers.com)
  • Anomie refers to a state of 'normlessness' in society, a condition that occurs most frequently during periods of dramatic social change. (anemon.gr)
  • Durkheim had a term for this - anomie , the sense of normlessness. (watchingthewheelsdad.net)
  • Building on Durkheim's theory that anomie is a social condition in which people's norms and values no longer sync with those of society, Merton created the structural strain theory, which explains how anomie lead to deviance and crime. (24gospel.com)
  • Today, Durkheim's work is also useful to sociologists who rely on his concept of anomie to study the way violence often crops up-whether to the self or others-in the midst of societal change. (absfinishers.com)
  • In sociology, anomie(/ˈænəˌmi/) is a societalcondition defined by an uprooting or breakdown of any moralvalues, standards, or guidance for individuals to follow. (24gospel.com)
  • Anomie in Classical Sociology. (absfinishers.com)
  • Lower-class kids who cannot meet the middle-class According to anomie theories, crime arises in particular as a result of the pressure exerted by the unequal distribution of socio-economic resources … The core idea of general strain theory is that people who experience strain or stress become distressed or upset which may lead them to commit crime in order to cope. (24gospel.com)
  • On the other hand, micro-level implications of anomie theory, often referred to as classic strain theory, have shaped studies of individual and group differences in criminal behavior within societies. (24gospel.com)
  • If so, then at some level, you have become familiar with the anomie and strain theory. (24gospel.com)
  • The theory was developed to c… Ultimately, the anomie and strain theory looks at groups and how individuals make choices within those groups. (24gospel.com)
  • Anomie theory provides an explanation of the concentration of crime. (24gospel.com)
  • Upon completion, you will have a thorough understanding of what constitutes anomie theory in criminal justice. (24gospel.com)
  • Theoretical framework Anomie Theory For the purpose of the study, anomie and planned behaviour theory have been applied since they bear relevant to the analysis of impact of solid waste on environment and health. (absfinishers.com)
  • ANOMIE theory is the state of social disintegration. (tattoo.com)
  • Anomie theories (sometimes also called strain theories) deal with the question of why norm breaks occur more clearly in certain societies or historical epochs than in others. (24gospel.com)
  • And when he cut himself off from God, what happens is he experiences that anomie, that no norm, no standard. (gty.org)
  • And by maintaining a solid framework of spiritual support, the despair of anomie can be kept at bay, even in the most trying of times. (georgeanderson.com)
  • Anomie refers to the strain between the goals of society and the legitimate means of achieving … This results from a breakdown of social norms and without these norms to guide an individual they are unable to find a place in society or adjust to the constant changes in life. (anemon.gr)
  • Anomic suicide, named after the sense of anomie, being completely uprooted from familiar boundaries and supports. (georgeanderson.com)
  • Anomie, also spelled anomy, in societies or individuals, a condition of instability resulting from a breakdown of standards and values or from a lack of purpose or ideals. (24gospel.com)
  • 13. Anomie may evolve from conflict of belief systems and causes breakdown of social bonds between an individual and the community (both economic and primary socialization). (anemon.gr)
  • Anomie is best defined as "a breakdown in the cultural structure, occurring particularly when there is an acute disjunction between the cultural norms and goals and the socially structured capacities of members of the group to act in accord with them" (Winslow 1968, 1). (anemon.gr)
  • In 1893, Durkheim published his first major work, "The Division of Labor in Society," in which he introduced the concept of " anomie," or the breakdown of the influence of social norms on individuals within a society. (absfinishers.com)
  • The mother, already unsteady because of family casualties early in her life, drifts away into anomie. (wfae.org)
  • Merton developed the concept of 'anomie' to describe this imbalance between cultural goals and institutionalised means. (24gospel.com)
  • He has avoided the related term "anomie", partly because of its polysemy and partly to "suggest the episodic rather than constant character of moral release" (Matza 1964: 69). (absfinishers.com)
  • After a hiatus and a number of disappointing pictures, Gregg Araki is back on terra ferma with "Mysterious Skin," yet another exploration of youth angst and anomie, themes that he had probed in previous, more personal and original films. (emanuellevy.com)
  • This article argues that Bulgarian writer Georgi Gospodinov's Estestven Roman (Natural Novel, 1999) exposes the simultaneous precariousness of anomie, a condition associated with post-Communism, and the vital significance of its productive activity. (bilkent.edu.tr)
  • See amazing new works in progress by Anomie Fatale, Lightning Rod Special, Andy Tierauf, University of the Arts School of Dance, and Nicole Quenelle. (phillymag.com)
  • Anomie doesn't have any dates at the moment, but you can catch Field Mouse on tour , including twice in NYC. (brooklynvegan.com)