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one whose sexual behavior differs from the accepted norm

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markedly different from an accepted norm

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There are multiple causes of deviant behaviour in boys as compared to girls, supported by the research too, including biological (Loke, and Mak, 2013; Luthar and Barkin, 2012; Paus, 2005), sociological (Berns, 2012; Carter, 2010; Evans, and Kim, 2013; Heinzen, Koehler, Smeets, Hoffer, and Huchzermeier, 2011; Parke and Buriel, 2008; Rocheleau and Chavez, 2015) and psychological such as personality (Benning et al., 2003), psychopathology (Cooke, Michie, Hart, and Clark, 2004; Williams et al., 2009) etc.
H1a: Positive affectivity is negatively related to deviant behavior toward organization.
In the comment, posted using his council mobile phone, Mr McAughtrie wrote: "Thankfully you two deviants were dealt the blow you deserve by the decent people of Dumfries."
Employee Characteristics Associated with Deviant Workplace Behaviors Chapter 2: Emotions and Deviance Chapter 3: Bom to Be Deviant?
These assumptions are referred to herein as the "5 Ds": (1) deviant, (2) delinquent, (3) disordered, (4) deficit-ridden, and (5) deceitful.
From the perspective of educators, the deviant behaviors might greatly influence students' learning progresses since some deviant behaviors are directly correlated in learning, such as: negative learning attitude, truancy, and disobedience.
Despite the long history of tattoos, Deviant Subkulture is aware that there is a new trend, especially since the revolution, of tattoo parlours in Egypt.
"We call for shielding young people from deviant ideologies and their sources," the mufti said, quoted by Saudi Arabic daily Al Madinah on Tuesday.
The official referred to the suspected terrorists as belonging "deviant group," a common Saudi description of Al Qaeda.
The authors used Poisson regression to model the interaction of HVI and deviant days (days for which the deviation of maximum temperature from the 30-year normal maximum temperature was in the upper 5th percentile) on hospitalization and mortality counts in five states participating in the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network for the years 2000-2007.
Students' deviant behavior is an important issue for school management and education authorities in a number of countries.
Deviant Dale's, a double/imperial version of Oskar Blues flagship Dale's Pale Ale, is making its debut this year in 16-ounce cans.
In a news dispatch last Thursday, Fars said that "agents of the deviant current" had kept Fars's staffers off the president's plane.
Tehran, June 13(ANI): Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his aides have been dismissed by conservative rivals and clerics as a "deviant current" in the country's theocracy.