The Saints and the. Roughnecks. William l Chambliss. Eight promising young men-children of good, stable, white upper-middle-class families, active in school af. T/F: The roughnecks got into more legal trouble than the saints. Chambliss found that the labels society gives you can be a self-fulfilling. Chambliss “The saints and the roughnecks”. This article discusses deviance. Throughout class we have talked about issues as being “socially constructed.
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