Traducción de deviance en Español:

deviance

desviación, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdiːvɪəns//ˈdiviəns/

nombre

  • 1

    • 1.1Psicología

      desviación femenino
      • Known for its dubious deviance from its claims, this issue is no different.
      • The country hardly needs lectures about the social roots of crime and deviance.
      • Around the same time, Durkheim was proposing that deviance served an important social function.
      • But marks are deducted for any sort of imagination or deviance from the text.
      • We all have our own opinion as to where normal behaviors end and deviance begins but there is no need for me to spell that out here.
      • Acceptance that this kind of deviance is a fact of society is what is necessary.
      • External control refers to rewards that reinforce conformity and punishments that discourage deviance.
      • Her case never was about mental deficiency; it was always a matter of sexual morality and social deviance.
      • As a psychologist, Bloom had studied what in the 1970s was considered not just sexual deviance, but mental imbalance.
      • In this manner, Suicide points toward a concept related to, but much broader than, that of crime - what today we call deviance or deviant behaviour.
      • The deviance from the general standard was both in the architecture of the networks and the activation function itself.
      • The narrative of sexual deviance does not subvert conventional power relations, but rather reproduces them.
      • However, anger, revenge, sexual deviance, a desire for others to feel their pain are activated and connected to those fantasies.
      • Therefore they become less integrated and thus are perceived as subject to higher risk from all forms of social deviance.
      • Those are words redolent of associations with sexual deviance, not rough campaign tactics.
      • But this business seemed to be defacing its own windows, in a reflexive act of social deviance.
      • Thus gendered patterns of socialization and social control were linked to gendered patterns of deviance and delinquency.
      • He intends for his work to respond to gaps in both the history of prostitution and the sociology of deviance and social control.
      • Such structural disadvantages provide a social context in which crime and deviance can thrive.
      • We are, it seems, quite intolerant of any deviance from the straight and narrow.

    • 1.2(idiosyncracy)

      anomalía femenino

  • 2

    (deviation)
    desviación femenino