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Constructions Of Deviance: Social Power, Context, and Interaction

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9780495003724

ISBN10:
0495003727
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Pub. Date:
4/21/2005
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Wadsworth Publishing
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Summary

Part One: DEFINING DEVIANCE. 1. On the Sociology of Deviance: Kai Erikson. 2. A Typology of Deviance Based on Middle Class Norms: Charles R. Tittle and Raymond Paternoster. 3. Integrating Normative and Reactivist Definitions of Deviance: Alex Heckert and Druann Maria Heckert. Part Two: THEORIES OF DEVIANCE. 4. The Normal and the Pathological: Emile Durkheim. 5. Social Structure and Anomie: Robert K. Merton. 6. Differential Association: Edwin H. Sutherland and Donald R. Cressey. 7. Labeling Theory: Howard S. Becker. 8. Control Theory of Delinquency: Travis Hirschi. 9. Conflict Theory of Crime: Richard Quinney. 10. Deviance: The Constructionist Stance: Joel Best. Part Three: STUDYING DEVIANCE. 11. Child Abuse Reporting: Douglas J. Besharov, with Lisa A. Laumann. 12. Survey of Sexual Behavior of Americans: Edward O. Laumann, John H. Gagnon, Robert T. Michael, and Stuart Michaels. 13. Researching Dealers and Smugglers: Patricia A. Adler. Part Four: CONSTRUCTING DEVIANCE. MORAL ENTREPRENEUR. 14. The Social Construction of Drug Scares: Craig Reinarman. 15. Blowing Smoke: Status Politics and the Smoking Ban: Justin L. Tuggle and Malcolm D. Holmes. 16. Moral Panics: The Case of Satanic Day Care Centers: Mary deYoung. Differential Social Power. 17. The Saints and the Roughnecks: William J. Chambliss. 18. The Police and the Black Male: Elijah Anderson. 19. Homophobia and Women's Sport: Elaine M. Blinde and Diane E. Taub. 20. The Mark of a Criminal Record: Devah Pager. Part Five: DEVIANT IDENTITY. 21. The Adoption and Management of a "Fat" Identity: Douglas Degher and Gerald Hughes. 22. Becoming Bisexual: Martin S. Weinberg, Colin J. Willimas, and Douglas W. Pryor. 23. Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia: Penelope A. McLorg and Diane E. Taub. Part Six: ACCOUNTS. 24. Convicted Rapists' Vocabulary of Motive: Excuses and Justifications: Diana Scully and Joseph Marolla. 25. Disclaimers and Accounts in Cases of Catholic Priests Accused of Pedophilia: James G. Thomson, Joseph A. Marolla, and David G. Bromley. Part Seven: STIGMA MANAGEMENT. 26. Protecting One's Self from a Stigmatized Disease: James Daniel Lee and Elizabeth A. Craft. 27. Stigma Management Among the Voluntarily Childless: Kristin Park. 28. Collective Stigma Management and Shame: Avowal, Management, and Contestation: Daniel D. Martin. Part Eight: THE SOCIAL ORGANIATION OF DEVIANCE. Loners. 29. Self-Injurers as Loners: Patricia A. Adler and Peter Adler. Subcultures. 30. Real Punks and Pretenders: The Social Organization of a Counterculture: Kathryn J. Fox. Gangs. Gangs. 31. Gender and Victimization Risk Among Young Women in Gangs: Jody Miller. Formal Organizations. 32. International Organized Crime: Roy Godson and William J. Olson. Corporations. Corporations. 33. The Crash of ValueJet Flight 592: A Case Study in State-Corporate Crime: Rick A. Matthews and David Kauzlarich. Part Nine: STRUCTURE OF THE DEVIANT ACT. Individual. 34. Sexual Asphyxia: Shearon A. Lowery and Charles V. Wetli. Cooperation. 35. Pimp-Controlled Prostitution: Celia Williamson and Terry Cluse-Tolar. 36. Naked Power: Stripping as a Confidence Game: Lisa Pasko. Conflict. 37. Fraternities and Rape on Campus: Patricia Yancey Martin and Robert A.Hummer. 38. Opportunity and Crime in the Medical Professions: John Liederbach. Part Ten: PHASES OF THE DEVIANT CAREER. Entering Deviance. 39. Joining a Gang: Being Deviant. Martin Sanchez Jankowski. Managing Deviance. 40. Gay Male Christian Couples and Sexual Exclusivity: Exiting Deviance. Andrew K.T. Yip. Leaving Deviance. 41. Shifts and Oscillations in Deviant Careers: Upper-level Drug Dealers and Smugglers: Patricia A. Adler and Peter Adler. 42. Exiting Child Molesting: Douglas W. Pryor. References for the General and Part Introductions.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
General Introduction 1(8)
PART I Defining Deviance
9(36)
On the Sociology of Deviance
13(8)
Kai T. Erikson
A Typology of Deviance Based on Middle Class Norms
21(11)
Charles R. Tittle
Raymond Paternoster
Integrating Normative and Reactivist Definitions of Deviance
32(13)
Alex Heckert
Druann Maria Heckert
PART II Theories of Deviance
45(52)
The Normal and the Pathological
57(5)
Emile Durkheim
Social Structure and Anomie
62(7)
Robert K. Merton
Differential Association
69(3)
Edwin H. Sutherland
Donald R. Cressey
Labeling Theory
72(5)
Howard S. Becker
Control Theory of Delinquency
77(9)
Travis Hirschi
Conflict Theory of Crime
86(6)
Richard Quinney
Deviance: The Constructionist Stance
92(5)
Joel Best
PART III Studying Deviance
97(38)
Child Abuse Reporting
101(7)
Douglas J. Besharov
Lisa A. Laumann-Billings
Survey of Sexual Behavior of Americans
108(10)
Edward O. Laumann
John H. Gagnon
Robert T. Michael
Stuart Michaels
Researching Dealers and Smugglers
118(17)
Patricia A. Adler
PART IV Constructing Deviance
135(86)
Moral Entrepreneurs
The Social Construction of Drug Scares
139(12)
Craig Reinarman
Blowing Smoke: Status Politics and the Smoking Ban
151(11)
Justin L. Tuggle
Malcolm D. Holmes
Moral Panics: The Case of Satanic Day Care Centers
162(9)
Mary deYoung
Differential Social Power
The Saints and the Roughnecks
171(14)
William J. Chambliss
The Police and the Black Male
185(12)
Elijah Anderson
Homophobia and Women's Sport
197(12)
Elaine M. Blinde
Diane E. Taub
The Mark of a Criminal Record
209(12)
Devah Pager
PART V Deviant Identity
221(38)
The Adoption and Management of a ``Fat'' Identity
225(11)
Douglas Degher
Gerald Hughes
Becoming Bisexual
236(11)
Martin S. Weinberg
Colin J. Williams
Douglas W. Pryor
Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia
247(12)
Penelope A. McLorg
Diane E. Taub
PART VI Accounts
259(30)
Convicted Rapists' Vocabulary of Motive
261(16)
Diana Scully
Joseph Marolla
Disclaimers and Accounts in Cases of Catholic Priests Accused of Pedophilia
277(12)
James G. Thomson
Joseph A. Marolla
David G. Bromley
PART VII Stigma Management
289(46)
Protecting One's Self from a Stigmatized Disease
293(11)
James Daniel Lee
Elizabeth A. Craft
Stigma Management Among the Voluntarily Childless
304(11)
Kristin Park
Collective Stigma Management and Shame: Avowal, Management, and Contestation
315(20)
Daniel D. Martin
PART VIII The Social Organization of Deviance
335(62)
Loners
Self-Injurers as Loners
337(8)
Patricia A. Adler
Peter Adler
Subcultures
Real Punks and Pretenders: The Social Organization of a Counterculture
345(16)
Kathryn J. Fox
Gangs
Gender and Victimization Risk Among Young Women in Gangs
361(14)
Jody Miller
Formal Organizations
International Organized Crime
375(13)
Roy Godson
William J. Olson
Corporations
The Crash of ValuJet Flight 592: A Case Study in State-Corporate Crime
388(9)
Rick A. Matthews
David Kauzlarich
PART IX Structure of the Deviant Act
397(58)
Individual
Sexual Asphyxia: A Neglected Area of Study
399(10)
Shearon A. Lowery
Charles V. Wetli
Cooperation
Pimp-Controlled Prostitution
409(11)
Celia Williamson
Terry Cluse-Tolar
Naked Power: Stripping as a Confidence Game
420(10)
Lisa Pasko
Conflict
Fraternities and Rape on Campus
430(15)
Patricia Yancey Martin
Robert A. Hummer
Opportunity and Crime in the Medical Professions
445(10)
John Liederbach
PART X Phases of the Deviant Career
455(66)
Entering Deviance
Joining a Gang
459(22)
Martin Sanchez-Jankowski
Managing Deviance
Gay Male Christian Couples and Sexual Exclusivity
481(15)
Andrew K. T. Yip
Leaving Deviance
Shifts and Oscillations in Deviant Careers: The Case of Upper-Level Drug Dealers and Smugglers
496(13)
Patricia A. Adler
Peter Adler
Exiting Child Molesting
509(12)
Douglas W. Pryor
References for the General and Part In-troductions 521


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