Social Learning Theory or Social Control Theory?
Social learning theory and social control theory
Social control theory and social learning theories that suggest why deviant
behavior is chosen to be acted upon some people and not other . They both take
different viewpoint on the issue. Social control theories, is based on how people's
attitude on their bonds to society. If the bond are strong, they conform but if the
bond are strong, they conform, but if the bonds are not strong, they will act out and
become introduce to certain criminal behaviors or deviant behaviors . Social
learning theory, is argue that people learns from observing others , and based on
based on what there are, they make the choice of whether copy to obtain what they
desire or chose not to if the results they see are not very pleasant. These theories
are explanation on why people engage in delinquent behavior.
I believe that the most accurate theory between the two are social learning
theory. Because, in the social learning process now patterns of behavior can be
taken through on experience or by just observing someone else behavior. This is
something that happens daily, and I can also relate to this theory very easily: The
more accurate form of learning rooted by the recording and punishing
consequences that follow any given actions. From what i see everyday, individual
are repeatedly confronted with situations with they must deal with one way or
another. Some of the solution they try to prove was unsuccessful while others
produce more favorable effects. Going through this processor of differential
reinforcement successful modes of behavior are eventually selected from
exploratory activities while ineffectual ones are discard.
We all know that is commonly believed that the responses are automatically
and unconsciously forced by their consequences. Simple act can be corrected to...