It is in these terms and through these processes that contemporary American culture continues to be characterized by a heavy emphasis on wealth as a basic symbol of success, without a corresponding emphasis upon the legitimate avenues on which to march toward this goal.  How do individuals living in this cultural context respond?  And how do our observations bear upon the doctrine that deviant behavior typically derives from biological impulses breaking through the restraints imposed by a culture?  What, in short, are the consequences for the behavior of people variously situated in a social structure of a culture in which the emphasis on dominant success-goals has become increasingly separated from an equivalent emphasis on institutionalized procedures for seeking these goals? (1968, p. 193).