New PDF release: Chairs - A History

By Florence de Dampierre

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As discussed above, there exist a few studies that attempt to empirically address this question, but most of these examine only incarcerated populations (Kellert and Felthous 1985), convenience samples (Arluke 2002; Flynn 1999), or idiosyncratic accounts (Flynn 1988; Norris 1988). The data used in this study generated from a community sample collected by Dr. Peter Finn through the 41 42 Delinquency and Animal Cruelty Indiana University Clinical Psychology Department. Some of the questions used in this study included sections of the Diagnostic Interview Schedule (DIS) protocol (see Appendix A for the list of questions used).

Subjects who responded to these ads and who were selected to participate in the study were paid $7/hour for their time. This study, which concluded in Summer, 2000, was conducted by Finn et al. and entitled “Disinhibition and Risk for Alcohol Abuse” (Protocol #97159 with the Indiana University-Bloomington’s Human Subjects Committee). I recruited interview subjects by selecting individuals from the initial subject pool who either identified as an animal abuser or as a non-abuser, in response to DIS Question #9.

What sociologists term the symbolic interactionist perspective suggests, then, that identity formation unfolds in much the same way as a marble bouncing about a pachinko game. As we collide with others’ views and demands of us, we are funneled down particular pathways. In effect, then, young people— particularly men who are much more able to explore a “tough” or “badass” social identity due to this culture’s pervasive gender norms (Katz 1988) may attempt to appropriate this social identity so as 36 Delinquency and Animal Cruelty to fit in with peers or alienate “boring” adults.

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