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Key words for GCSE Sociology.

victim A victim survey records people's experience of crime and whether they have reported it.
survey A victim survey records people's experience of crime and whether they have reported it.
self-report A self-report study asks people whether they have committed a crime recently and is for research purposes.
criminal A criminal subculture is a subculture whose shared values include breaking the law.
subculture A criminal subculture is a subculture whose shared values include breaking the law.
status Status frustration is the idea that working-class boys are dissatisfied with their position is society.
frustration Status frustration is the idea that working-class boys are dissatisfied with their position is society.
gender The gender deal is the idea that women are rewarded both emotionally and materially for supporting their male breadwinning partners.
deal The gender deal is the idea that women are rewarded both emotionally and materially for supporting their male breadwinning partners.
class The class deal is the the idea that working class women should be able to buy goods with their wages.
chivalry Chivalry thesis argues that the criminal justice system is more lenient with women.
thesis Chivalry thesis argues that the criminal justice system is more lenient with women.
control Control theory suggests that people will conform if there is an incentive to do so.
theory Control theory suggests that people will conform if there is an incentive to do so.
anomie Anomie is when previously common norms and values break down or disappear.
white-collar White-collar crime is committed by people of high status within their work.
crime White-collar crime is committed by people of high status within their work.

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