Thursday, 6 December 2012

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Deviant Behavior

Today I thought I should search about unique or a different thing so I found this topic  because our Society is not much aware such type of issues .Deviant behavior refers to behavior that does not conform to norms, does not meet the expectations of a group of a society as a whole.   After birth, children begin to experience situations with others.   They are taught what he or she should and should not do, what is good or bad and what is right or wrong.   Learning habits that conform to the customs and traditions of the groups into which the child is born develops a system of values.   These values provide justification and motivation or for wanting to refrain from behavior that is disapproved

Identifying individuals with better outcome than their peers (positive deviance) and enabling communities to adopt the behaviors that explain the improved outcome are powerful methods of producing change.

    Positive deviant behavior (box) is an uncommon practice that confers advantage to the people who practice it compared with the rest of the community. Such behaviors are likely to be affordable, acceptable, and sustainable because they are already practiced by at risk people, they do not conflict with local culture.

On the basis of the sociological definition, we are all deviants from time to time. Each of us violates common social norms in certain situations. Deviance involves the violation of group norms that may or may not be formalized into law. It is comprehensive concept that includes not only criminal behavior but also many actions not subject to persecution.
Now here I am sharing some Golden deviant personality thoughts about his or her work 

Deviant of a Lifetime: Princess Diana
A true deviant, she was a woman of the people, and was unapologetic in using her power and position to raise the profile of her anti-landmine campaigns, as well as many other charities and organizations of good will.
Deviant of a lifetime
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.” ~ Steve Jobs