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    American Norms vs. Japan Norms

    In sociology, once we discuss tradition (which is the totality of realized socially transmitted customs, information, materials objects, and behavior (Schaefer 2010:50)), we focus on how tradition includes things like; language, beliefs, values and norms. When sociologists studied culture they mainly appeared upon the norms of society. Norms are “the agreed-upon expectations and rules by […] More

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    Abnormal Behavior and Social Norms

    Abnormality has three definitions. The first definition is deviation from social norms. Social norms are the permitted and expected methods of behaving in a particular society. In terms of social norms, abnormal behaviour could be seen as behaviour that deviates from or violates social norms. The key weak point of the deviation of social norms […] More

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    Social Norms

    Social norms are rules of certain kind of behavior that society uses to evaluate the population and provides normalcy. When it comes to responding to the breaking of social norms people have different ways to cope or react to it. Some reactions can be pleasant, some could be horrible or even judgmental. Some people believe […] More