Examples of deviant behavior include killing and stealing, which are defined as such based on culture and circumstance. The concept of deviance changes in time and according to cultural and societal norms. More »

Deviant acts refer to a type of behavior that does not adhere to widely accepted cultural and social norms. Examples include major violations of law such as murder, theft and rape, and minor acts such as traffic violatio... More »

A person who chooses to eat meat in a vegetarian community is behaving abnormally. Abnormal behavior goes against or is opposite to the behavior of the average individual. This definition is problematic, as it does not a... More »

Examples of culture clashes in history include the reintroduction of freed American slaves into Africa and the conflict between early European settlers and the Great Plains Indians. Christian missionary attempts all arou... More »

The cultural transmission theory, also known as cultural learning, enculturation and socialization, states that all behavior is learned from the society or culture that surrounds a person. If a child is exposed to devian... More »

Organizational culture is formed by the behavior of people in the organization. An organization's leaders have an especially significant impact on the creation and maintenance of organizational culture. More »

Deviant acts refer to a type of behavior that does not adhere to widely accepted cultural and social norms. Examples include major violations of law such as murder, theft and rape, and minor acts such as traffic violatio... More »