There is an old philosophical question: “If a tree falls in the woods and nobody hears it, has it made a sound?” Answer a sociological question that goes to the same issue: If a person commits an act that violates a norm, but nobody knows about it, nor does the person who committed the act recognize he/she violated a norm, is the act deviant? Does it make any difference whether the person who committed the act knows he/she violated a norm? When answering this question, be sure to reflect on the following assertion about deviance by Howard S. Becker: “It is not the act itself, but the reactions to the act, that make something deviant.”
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