Conceptual Modeling of Social Factors Using Social Control (Nigeria Context)

Gbenga T. Omoniyi, Shahrudin Awang Nor, Nor Iadah Yusop, Rotimi-Williams Bello
2019 Zenodo  
Abstract: Social control is a sociological idea which refers to a system that manages individual and group actions, prompting congruity and consistence with the policies of a given society or social gathering. In general, formal social control is communicated through law as statutes, decrees, and instructions against immoral actions; while informal social control depends on traditions, customs, beliefs, standards, ethical quality or other social esteems and usually fulfilled by unofficial
more » ... by unofficial regulatory groups or a person. In respect to different principles, social control can be separated into various sorts. In this study, we integrated general deterrence theory (GDT) and social bond theory (SBT) by utilizing two essential types of social control; formal and informal social control to propose a conceptual model.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4453797 fatcat:midgxxkdn5fo3fc3ttpiwvfj4q