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"Thus the [[Social norm|norm]] has a history much like that of an article of [[common law]]: it is an accumulation of decisions made by the community over a long period of time which gradually gathers enough moral influence to serve as a precedent for future decisions." --"[[Notes on the Sociology of Deviance]]" (1962) by [[Kai T. Erikson]] "Thus the [[Social norm|norm]] has a history much like that of an article of [[common law]]: it is an accumulation of decisions made by the community over a long period of time which gradually gathers enough moral influence to serve as a precedent for future decisions." --"[[Notes on the Sociology of Deviance]]" (1962) by [[Kai T. Erikson]]
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"Thus the norm has a history much like that of an article of common law: it is an accumulation of decisions made by the community over a long period of time which gradually gathers enough moral influence to serve as a precedent for future decisions." --"Notes on the Sociology of Deviance" (1962) by Kai T. Erikson


"phenomena of normal sociology is not to say merely that it is an inevitable, although regrettable phenomenon, due to the incorrigible wickedness of men; it is to affirm that it is a factor in public health, an integral part of all healthy societies."

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"Notes on the Sociology of Deviance" (1962) is an essay by Kai T. Erikson.

Incipit: "It is general practice in sociology to regard deviant behavior as an alien element in society."

The essay references The Rules of Sociological Method Durkheim's dictum that crime is a natural event, "an integral part of all healthy societies."

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