Due In 60 Hours For this assignment you are to either watch either 1) a Disney or Pixar movie or 2) watch two episodes of your favorite animated television show.
Before you watch, please see the coding sheet and/or my Deviant World of Disney PPT for a refresher of the six categories of deviance (i.e., personal violence, threatening behavior, indirect aggression/emotional abuse, property offenses, victimless crime/status offenses, and general deviance).
· Tally all the deviant acts and jot down others that are not listed. See Deviance Coding Sheet on our weekly page in Canvas or provided below.
· Worth 10 points
· Select two instances of each of the six categories to discuss (i.e., personal violence, threatening behavior, indirect aggression/emotional abuse, property offenses, victimless crimes/status offenses, general deviance). In doing so, provide some brief info about the victims, offenders, and the context/circumstance. Be sure to elaborate.
· Worth 30 points
· Personal Violence (2 acts X 2.5 points = 5 points)
· Threatening Behavior (2 acts X 2.5 points = 5 points)
· Indirect Aggression or Emotional Abuse (2 acts X 2.5 points = 5 points)
· Property Offenses (2 acts X 2.5 points = 5 points)
· Victimless Crime or Status Offenses (2 acts X 2.5 points = 5 points)
· General Deviance (2 acts X 2.5 points = 5 points)
· Discuss three traditional and three non-traditional weapons that are used, the context/circumstance of the deviant acts, and the parties involved (i.e., the victims and offenders). Be sure to elaborate.
· Worth 12 points
· 2 points per weapon
· Reflect on this assignment (i.e., provide thoughts, things you learned, additional themes you noticed, etc.) and discuss two advantages and two disadvantages of doing this type of research.
· Worth 13 points
· 5 points for reflection
· 2 points per advantage
· 2 points per disadvantage
Deviance Coding Sheet
Movie/TV Show Info
Held against will (wall/location)
Bend fingers/Twist arm
General acts of aggression
Threaten physical harm
Threaten property harm
Threaten physical harm loved one
Threaten property harm loved one
Indirect Aggression/Emotional Abuse
Called names (loser, failure, stupid)
Forced to do something embarrassing
Insulted, ridiculed, humiliated
Aggressive behavior toward objects
Victimless Crimes/Status Offenses
Public order offenses
Other minor acts
Children out of wedlock
Deviates from traditional gender roles