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72 Cards in this Set

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type of phone sex caller that is the majority of customers and do not stay on long and have little to no conversation
quick sex caller
type of phone sex caller that is violent and angry and likes to talk about beating and raping women
type of phone sex caller that keeps calling same operator and proposes marriage
lonely, lovelorn callers
type of phone sex caller who become infatuated with operator and are jealous of involvement with others and demands she give sex only to him
sexually possessive callers
type of phone sex caller that sounds attractive, is able to arouse operator, usually well spoken, and insists they only called out of curiosity
likable callers
any sexual conduct that makes the workplace environment so hostile or abusive to the victims that they find it hard to perform their job
sexual harrassment
type of prostitute that solicits customers on the street, is less educated, more likley to do drugs and more likely to be raped
type of prostitute that is raised in poor and chaotic family, suffer from abuse, and likely to be involved in heavy drug use
child and adolescent prostitutes
type of prostitute that reside in brothel where they meet customers and share earnings with operator
house prostitutes
type of prostitute that occupies the highest status in sex business, waits to be called by customers, and livest in wealthy areas
call girls
type of john that majority of men are, they only buy sex occasionally and are psychologically normal
occasional johns
type of john that wants to get attached to one special prostitute and is fond of asking questions and talking about their lives
habitual johns
type of john that is seen as abnormal, cannot keep away from prostitutes
compulsive johns
theroy of prostitution that says it exists because it is encouraged by society's system of sexual morality and prostitution in turn serves the function of strengthing sexual morality
functionalist theory
theory of prostitution that states that the patriarchal system encourages it by creating both demand and supply and it in turn reinforces patriarchial structure of gender inequality
feminist theory
theory of prostitution that offers three factors, predisposing, attracting, precipitating factors, to explain why some women are more likely than others to become prostitutes
social psychological theory
the process that invovles people publicly identifying themselves as gays or lesbians
coming out
first stage of coming out when the gays felt that they were different from their peers
second stage in coming out when the gays, about 17, began to feel that they might be gay but refused to define themselves as such
thrid stage of coming out when gays, roughly 19, regarded their sexual feelings as definetly gay, got involved in the gay subculture, and redefined gayness as a positive and viable lifestyle
coming out
fourth stage of coming out when gays, now mature adults, are committed to gayness as a way of life
theory of homosexuality that says same-sex orientation can be traced to hormones, genes, and the brain
biological theories
theory of homosexuality in which some psychiartists say homosexuality is a form of mental illness that stems from strained parent-son relationships
psychiatric theory
theory of homosexuality with two views, those who hold essentialist view attribute the development of same-sex orientation to cross-gender socialization in childhooe and those who embrace consturctionist view are more interested in studying homophobic reactions to gays and lesbians
sociological theories
straights whose sexual feelings and experiences are predominantly heterosexual and only incidentally gay
resembles the trade in having predominantly heterosexual feelings but engages in a greater volume of same same activities
street hustlers
some straight men and women would engage in same-sex acts in situations in which the opportunity presents itself
can be found among men and women, are basically straighs with a taste for exotic adventure or unwilling to acknowledge their true sexual orientation
refers to those having the characteristics of both sexes
those who belong to one sex but feel like members of the opposite sex
simultaneously male and female for being born with organs of both sexes
sporadically or permanently wear clothes assocatied with opposite sex
most widely used drug in US found to inhibit rather than induce aggressive behavior
also called "p-dope" first used as painkiller, when taken in moderation it can dimish anxiety and tension
most expensive drug which increases heartbeat, raises blood pressure and body temp
drugs in which major impetus stems from fact that the high from the drug lasts four or five times longer than from cocaine
meth and roofies
drug that is popular among high school and college students and is a psychedelic, mood altering drug
theory that says drug users are forced into a life of crime because they cannot afford to pay for expensive drugs unless they rob or steal
drug enslavement theory
theory that finds, high correlation between drug use and crime does not mean that drug use causes crime because most drug users with a criminal record have commited crime before using drugs
general deviance syndrome theory
theory of drug use that says severe poverty causes victims to use drugs to fulfill their need for status, cope with oppressive realities of poverty, and gain a sense of purpose in their shattered lives
economic deprivation theory
theory of drug use that says we can become addicted to heroin if we associate our withdrawl distress with our previous use of the drug
cognitive association theory
theory of drug use that says both sociological and psychological factors are involved in drug use, the former exemplified by the legal drug culture and lack of social control, and the latter by poor self-concept and low self-esteem
social psychological theory
type of psychological therapy that involves making patients associate drug of choice with unpleasant experience
aversion therapy
type of psychological therapy that involves psycholtherapist helping patients discover and then seek to eliminate psycholigcal causes of drug abuse
personal therapy
type of psychological therapy that involves group of drug addicts discussing and sharing with each other their lives and personal experiences with drug abuse
group therapy
type of drug treatment program that involves drug addicts living together like members of a family
therapeutic community
first stage in becoming and alcoholic by through drinking they discover ability to experience some relief from tensions
social drinker
second stage of beoming an alcoholic where the person begins to show wigns of abusing alchol if they start to experience blackouts
psychologically addicted
third stage in becoming and alcoholic in which drinkers become physically addicted
physically addicted
fourth stage in becoming an alcoholic where person becomes isolated and withdrawn from others
hitting bottom
theory of alcoholism that says it is brought on by some problem inside the body such as a nutritional deficiency, defective gene, or lack of flushing response
biological predisposition
theory of alcoholism that says person takes on behaviors that include being anti social, the need for being dependent on others, and the need for power
the alcoholic personality
theory of alcoholism in which two factors play a role, a situation in which psycholgically vulnerable people are pressured to drink and causes resulting from acute inner tensions in people
social and cultural factors
highly profitable deviance that typically occurs among privileged people
privileged deviance
crime committed by a person of respectability and high social status in the course of their occupation
white collar crime
crime that is less profitable or in the case of successful organized crime, more disreputable and more liable to be punished severely
underprivileged deviance
both a property and a violent crime, it involves illegally taking victims property and the use of violence or threat of violence against victim can happen
type of robber that commit crime for smaller sums of moeny, with less planning and skill and higher risk of arrest
amateur robbers
type of robber that makes up the majority, commit larceny, shoplifting, don't carry weapons but go in gangs
opportunish robbers
type of robbers that commit crime to buy their next fix, carry out more property crimes and are more likley to use firearm
addict robbers
type of robber that is least likely to engage in robbery and most likely to be caught when they do
alcoholic robber
robbers who carefully plan, and execute them with one or more people and with skill and make away with large sums of money
professional robber
professional criminals who shoplift for profit
amateurs who steal small value for personal use
stage in organized gangs in which common street criminals get together to form gangs in their own ethnic neighborhood
first stage
stage in organized gangs in which confined to small area, different gangs are compelled to compete with one another in dominating the local crime scene
second stage
stage in organized gangs in which gangs resolve their conflicts by forming larger crime organization that allocates turfs to gangs
third stage
stage in organized gangs when various ethnic crime organizations compete with one another resulting in emergence of one ethnic organization as victor, which then dominates the underworld across the country
fourth stage
involves the commission of a deviant act through the use of a computer
internet deviance
involves stealing credit card numbers, social security numbers or other perosnal information
online identity theft
involves breaking into a computer network and then proceeding to pland virsus, steal data, change user names and passwords, manipulate web pages, or just imply explore network
computer hacking
most common fraud in the world
online fraud