According to the reading social deviance can be perceived as positive or negative depending on the

Question

According to the reading, social deviance can be perceived as positive or negative, depending on the

context.

Provide an original example of social deviance (not one from the book) that might be considered ‘negative.’ Provide another that might be considered ‘positive.’ Explain why each example might be perceived as ‘negative’ or ‘positive’. How might the concept of social control contribute to the negative or positive perception?

Sociology