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Some time before the fieldwork began, two police officers (Alex and Joe) played in the men’s darts team and ‘did’ business like any of the other regulars. This clearly influenced already prejudicial attitudes and became a justification in itself. Jimmy, for example, said of the police: THE GRAFTON ARMS 47 I know they’re bigger fuckin’ rogues than I am. It’s as simple as that—Alex is. I was taken back first off when I found he was a copper. I thought I’ll steer clear of him, but then you get to know him…anythink that I had he’d buy so that he could sell his gear at…police station.
It is likely that not dealing with ‘mugging-type thieves’ was reduced to colour rather than any other criteria, as mugging was regarded as a ‘black’ crime. However such beliefs formed part of the techniques of neutralization (Sykes and Matza 1957) which offered rationalizations and explanations for behaviour and enabled these practices to take place. It is to these issues which I now turn. The normality of crime: attitudes, thoughts, and rationalisations The ease with which business was conducted among Del and the other clientele in the Grafton was influenced by their attitudes towards crime and deviant behaviour in general.
Although he had aspirations to be rich and was very impressed with the trappings of success, Jimmy would never be able to attain them. Even his ‘fiddles’ were not very successful. Like many other women in this culture, Carol, Jimmy’s wife, had a very hard life. She once described her mother’s experience thus: ‘she grins and bears it’ and much the same could be said of Carol herself. Carol was a shy but affable person who always looked thin and pale and appeared much older than her 33 years. The strains of working and bringing up the children (2 and 5) almost single handed had taken its toll.