Edwin Lemert described “primary deviance” as

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Edwin Lemert described “primary deviance” as

A) Violates a society’s formally enacted criminal law.

B) How others respond to the behavior in question.

C) Deviance affirms cultural values and norms, responding to deviance promotes social unity, responding to deviance clarifies moral boundaries.

D) A passing episode of deviance that has little effect on the person’s self-concept.

Correct Answer :

Option (D) – A passing episode of deviance that has little effect on the person’s self-concept.

 

Edwin Lemert described “primary deviance” as

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