Deviant Behavior

ISBN-10: 1429205180

ISBN-13: 9781429205184

Edition: 7th 2008 (Revised)

Authors: Edward J. Clarke, Delos H. Kelly

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Exploring the implications of deviance for both the individual and society, this text examines the repsonses of society to deviant behavior and the reasons why certain people violate the social norm.
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Book details

List price: $99.99
Edition: 7th
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Worth Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/6/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 704
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.332
Language: English

Creating Deviance: Conceptions, Entrepreneurs, And Power
Conceptions of Deviant Behavior
The Old and New
Using an integrated typology of deviance to analyze ten common norms of the U.S. middle class
Moral Entrepreneurs: The Creation and Enforcement of Deviant Categories
he Production Of Deviant Categories And Actors
Blowing Smoke: Status Politics and the Shasta County Smoking Ban
The Production of Deviance in Capitalist Society
The Discovery of Hyperkinesis: Notes on the Medicalization of Deviant Behavior
Understanding Deviance: Theories And Perspectives
The Functionalist Perspective
The Normal and the Pathological
On the Sociology of Deviance
The Conflict Perspective
The Conflict of Conduct Norms
Differential Punishing of African Americans and Whites Who Possess Drugs: A Just Policy or a Continuation of the Past?
Cultural Transmission/Social Learning Theory
Techniques of Neutralization: A Theory of Delinquency
The Influence of Situational Ethics on Cheating Among College Students
Opportunity Theory
Social Structure and Anomie
Control Theory
A Control Theory of Delinquency
Heavy episodic drinking among adolescents: A test of hypotheses derived from control theory
The Interactionist, Societal Reactions, Or Labeling Perspective
Career Deviance
Definition and the Dramatization of Evil
An Integrated Aproach
Commitment, Deviance, and Social Control
Juvenile Delinquency Under Conditions of Rapid Social Change
Becoming Deviant Private Domains, Information Control And Accomadation
Information Control and Personal Identity: The Discredited and the Discreditable
Conceptualizing Stigma
The Consequences of Antisocial Behavior in Older Male Siblings for Younger Brothers and Sisters
Examining the Informal Sanctioning of Deviance in a Chat Room Culture
The Production Of Institutional Careers And Identities Organizational Structures, Ideologies, Social-Control Agents, And Recruitment: The Institutional Backdrop
Bureaucratic Slots and Client Processing
The Corporate Context of Private Prisons
The Enforcement of Norms: Group Cohesion and Meta-Norms
Social-Control Agents And The Application Of Diagnostic Stereotypes: The Beginning Distruction Of Public Identity
The Epistemological Challenge of the Early Attack on _Rate Construction_
The Organizational Career of Gang Statistics: The Politics of Policing Gangs
Trial by Fire: Media Constructions of Corporate Deviance
Social-Control Agents, Sanctioning, And The Production Of Institutional Careers And Identities Criminalizing
Women_s Behavior
Medicalizing Homelessness: The Production of Self-Blame and Self-Governing within Homeless Shelte
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