Title: Insiders and Outsiders: A Chapter in the Sociology of Knowledge Created Date: 20160811064336Z
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Xenophobia is a culturally based fear of outsiders. It is often seen with the immigrant people into societies and communities. It is based on the genuine or sometimes fictitious fear of the strangers for competition of jobs, or ethnic, racial, or religious prejudice.
Finally, labeling theory serves as an important frame for those who study deviance and crime. Sociologists who follow this school of thought would argue that there is a process of labeling by which deviance comes to be recognized as such. From this standpoint, the societal reaction to deviant behavior suggests that social groups actually create deviance by making the rules whose infraction constitutes deviance, and by applying those rules to particular people and labeling them as outsiders.