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The concept of the relativity of deviance is best illustrated by which of the following statements? A. It is not the act itself, but the reaction of others to the act that makes it deviant. B. The
nature of one's behavior is the most important aspect in determining deviance. C. Deviance is most related to functionalism because it creates a dysfunction for society D. Deviance is analogous to mental illness
B. The nature of one's behavior is the most important aspect in determining deviance.
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User: The concept of the relativity of deviance is best illustrated by which of the following statements? A. It is not the act itself, but the reaction of others to the act that makes it deviant. B. The nature of one's behavior is the most important aspect in determining deviance. C. Deviance is most related to functionalism because it creates a dysfunction for society D. Deviance is analogous to mental illness

Weegy: B. The nature of one's behavior is the most important aspect in determining deviance.
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User: The relativity of deviance is most aligned with which sociological perspective? A. structural functionalism B. symbolic interactionism C. the conflict perspective D. the neo-conflict perspective

Weegy: B. Symbolic interactionism focuses on the use of microsociology as its primary level of analysis. Thanks for asking Weegy! [ ]
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