0028. What is "claims-making" for a sociologist of social control?

A. The results that follow on campaigns to get more attention for problems like missing children or drunk driving. B. The use of rhetoric to put forth and defend a claim using warrants and grounds. C. The rapidly spread of concern, hostility toward a deviant, and rapid repetition of a claim due to moral crusaders in a community. D. The work done by moral crusaders who position themselves as "rule makers" in a community. E. Using language to convince people that something is a social problem, and that a rule or social control response is needed.

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