Describe the process of social typing. Pull examples from Becker’s “Outsiders”, Heckert and Best’s “Redheads as Deviant Types,” and Cahill and Eggleston’s “Wheelchair Users.”

Describe the process of social typing. Pull examples from Becker’s “Outsiders”, Heckert and Best’s “Redheads as Deviant Types,” and Cahill and Eggleston’s “Wheelchair Users.”
2. Discuss the cultural context of deviant behavior, particularly paying attention to the cultural expectations for people due to their sex, age, and social class background. Pull examples Mercer’s “Labeling the Mentally Retarded,” Weinberg and Williams’ “Fecal Matters,” and Dellinger and Williams’ “The Labeling of Sexual Harassment.”
3. Discuss the accommodation to deviance that members in society make for the deviant behavior of members in their life or group. Use the following readings as examples to illustrate how people accommodate the deviant: Ferraro and Johnson’s “How Women Experience Battering,” Lynch’s “Accommodation to Madness,” and Kenney’s “When Accommodation Breaks Down.”
4. Discuss the role of third parties in the typing of the person by some outsider, outside agency, or some third party. Use Rubington’s “The Enforcement of College Alcohol Policy,” Lemert’s “Paranoia and the Dynamics of Exclusion,” and Goffman’s “The Moral Career of the Mental Patient” for your examples.