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Read the following four statements about the social foundations of deviance. Select the one statement that is FALSE. Answer Deviance exists only in relation to cultural norms. There are many
acts that are always and everywhere deviant. People become deviant as others define them that way. What the norms are and how people apply them involve social power.
The answer is " People become deviant as others define them that way."
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User: Read the following four statements about the social foundations of deviance. Select the one statement that is FALSE. Answer Deviance exists only in relation to cultural norms. There are many acts that are always and everywhere deviant. People become deviant as others define them that way. What the norms are and how people apply them involve social power.

Weegy: The answer is " People become deviant as others define them that way."
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User: If a parent threatens a child with punishment in order to discourage wrongdoing, the parent is using punishment to accomplish which of the following? Answer deterrence retribution social protection rehabilitation

Weegy: deterrence
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User: Victimization surveys show that the actual amount of crime in the United States is about _____ what official reports indicate. Answer half as great as the same as three times greater than ten times greater than

Weegy: three times greater than
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