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Two criminologists took different aspects of Durkheim’s work and applied it to individual behavior. The first, Robert K. Merton (1957), believed that anomie is the result of the rift between culturally defined success (status and financial security, and the luxuries they provide) and limitations on the individual’s ability to achieve that success (education, thrift, and hard work, for example). Merton developed several categories of adaptation to describe the individual’s response to anomie. Conformists try legitimate means, including hard work and discipline, to achieve culturally valued goals.
But Herbert Spencer (1820– 1903) and some other sociologists railed against tinkering with society. Spencer, a social Darwinist, believed that government should not attempt to alter the lives of society’s less fortunate in a substantial way. “The quality of society,” he wrote, “is physically lowered by the artificial preservation of its feeblest members [and] the quality of a society is lowered morally and intellectually by the artificial preservation of those who are least able to take care of themselves” (1864, 313).
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