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A sociological approach introduced by Howard Becker that attempts to explain why certain people are viewed as deviants and others engaging in the same behavior are not refers to
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The Irish were once thought to be worse than freed Blacks by privileged New Englanders because a. the Irish were usually Protestants. b. Blacks “knew their place.” c. the Irish drank too much alcohol. d. they brought money and political power with them when they immigrated.
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Every year Americans of Irish descent celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by attending parades, dressing in green, eating traditional Irish foods, and singing Irish ballads. Herbert Gans called this
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The emphasis on ethnic foods and ethnically associated political issues was called `symbolic ethnicity' by Herbert Gans.
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