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How Labeling Theory Can Help Us Understand Bias and Criminal Behavior

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Excellent Color Charts - These show different color relationships used in art and design. Some color schemes/systems described are: analogous, complimentary, split-complimentary, triad, tetradic (double complementary), and monochromatic.

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Inspiration for Parents

Children become what they are told they are. – Dorothy Delay #parentingquote #quote #wisdom #momquote

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Theory Cashmere Pink Purple Ombre Sweater Betsey S Label- Theory Style- "Betsy", Deep V neck, very thin fine gauge knit cashmere sweater, elongated shape longer length Size-Small Shown on a size 2 Mannequin, Fits a 0 , 2, 4 Measurements-B-32 Waist- 28 Hip-35 Length from underarm seam to hem-20 Color-Fushia Pink, to Violet to Navy Ombre Fabric-100% Cashmere Condition-Lightly if ever worn (sweaters in South Florida? No piling, no weird smells, tiny blue mark on inside near label, Origin-China…

Framing Children’s Deviance » This is great...I've used these two videos in class the last two semesters, mostly to look at Labeling theory. Love Lisa Wade's analysis.

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"see me in light" by mihan22 on Polyvore featuring Ralph Lauren Blue Label, Theory, Lime Crime, Erica Lyons, Sydney Evan, Gianvito Rossi, Chanel, John Lewis and Études
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see me in light

"see me in light" by mihan22 on Polyvore featuring Ralph Lauren Blue Label, Theory, Lime Crime, Erica Lyons, Sydney Evan, Gianvito Rossi, Chanel, John Lewis and Études

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Theory scoop neck sleeved form fitting dress

THEORY SCOOP NECK SLEEVED FORM FITTING DRESS Purple maroon colored THEORY dress. Size medium. Sinching on bottom sides and drop NECK. Super soft comfortable material. Specifics listed on the label. Theory Dresses Long Sleeve