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Readings in Deviant Behavior

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780205319046

ISBN10:
0205319041
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
11/1/2000
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall

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This is the 2nd edition with a publication date of 11/1/2000.
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Summary

This collection of readings represents the full range of deviance sociology, dealing with many different theories as well as data collected via different research methodologies.Designed to be used as either a main text or a supplement, Readings in Deviant Behavior includes selections with high student appeal. All of the readings have been carefully edited for clarity, conciseness, and forcefulness to ensure that students will find them easy and enjoyable to read while learning what deviance is all about. The second edition features many new articles that reflect current trends, especially those dealing with noncriminal deviance as well as those that emphasize the constructionist perspective.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
About the Editors xi
Introduction 1(8)
PART ONE DEFINING AND RESEARCHING DEVIANCE 9(30)
Images of Deviance
11(4)
Stephen Pfohl
Defining Deviancy Down
15(3)
Daniel Patrick Moynihan
Strategies for Researching Street Deviance
18(7)
Leon Anderson
Thomas C. Calhoun
Pleasures and Perils in Deviance Research
25(14)
Erich Goode
PART TWO POSITIVIST THEORIES 39(16)
Strain Theory
41(5)
Robert K. Merton
Differential Association Theory
46(3)
Edwin H. Sutherland
Donald R. Cressey
Control Theory
49(3)
Travis Hirschi
Shaming Theory
52(3)
John Braithwaite
PART THREE CONSTRUCTIONIST THEORIES 55(26)
Labeling Theory
57(3)
Howard S. Becker
Phenomenological Theory
60(3)
Jack Katz
Conflict Theory
63(4)
Richard Quinney
Feminist Theory
67(7)
Jody Miller
Postmodern Theory
74(7)
David O. Friedrichs
Jessica Friedrichs
PART FOUR CRIMINAL DEVIANCE 81(32)
Men and Violence: Is the Pattern Universal?
83(11)
Dane Archer
Patricia McDaniel
Date Rape on College Campuses
94(5)
Martin D. Schwartz
Burglary: The Offender's Perspective
99(6)
Paul Cromwell
White-Collar Crime
105(8)
Gilbert Geis
PART FIVE DRUG USE 113(32)
Drug Use in America: An Overview
115(8)
Erich Goode
Drug Crisis: The American Nightmare
123(5)
Elliott Currie
Cigarette Smoking as Deviant Behavior
128(9)
Erich Goode
Pleasure versus Public Health: Controlling Collegiate Binge Drinking
137(8)
Thomas A. Workman
PART SIX HETEROSEXUAL DEVIANCE 145(46)
Sex Tourism in Southeast Asia
147(5)
Jody Miller
Mother Sold Food, Daughter Sells Her Body: The Cultural Continuity of Prostitution
152(6)
Marjorie A. Muecke
Parade Strippers: Being Naked in Public
158(5)
Craig J. Forsyth
The Naked Body as Site and Sight: The ``Accounts'' of Amateur Strippers
163(13)
Thomas C. Calhoun
Julie Ann Harms Cannon
Rhonda Fisher
Strip Club Dancers: Working in the Fantasy Factory
176(15)
Elizabeth Anne Wood
PART SEVEN HOMOSEXUALITY AND HOMOPHOBIA 191(32)
Rejecting ``Femininity'': Gender Identity Development in Lesbians
193(4)
Margaret Cooper
Radical Gay Activism: A Critical Gay's View
197(5)
Bruce Bawer
Bareback Sex, Bug Chasers, and the Gift of Death
202(8)
DeAnn K. Gauthier
Craig J. Forsyth
The Social Organization of Male Prostitution
210(5)
Robert P. McNamara
Homophobia in Schools
215(8)
Andrew S. Walters
David M. Hayes
PART EIGHT ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL DEVIANCE 223(24)
Situational Ethics and College Student Cheating
225(4)
Emily E. LaBeff
Robert E. Clark
Valerie J. Haines
George M. Diekhoff
Criminologists as Criminals
229(7)
Barbara H. Zaitzow
Matthew B. Robinson
Psychotherapists' Accounts of Their Professional Misdeeds
236(6)
Mark R. Pogrebin
Eric D. Poole
Amos Martinez
Police Lying: ``Fluffing Up the Evidence and Covering Your Ass''
242(5)
Tom Barker
David Carter
PART NINE DISABILITIES AND STIGMATIZATION 247(34)
How the Mentally Challenged See Themselves
249(7)
Michael V. Angrosino
Cross-Cultural Patterns in Eating Disorders
256(8)
Jennifer E. Pate
Andres J. Pumariega
Colleen Hester
David M. Garner
Anorexics and Bulimics: Developing Deviant Identities
264(5)
Penelope A. McLorg
Diane E. Taub
The Stigmatization of Persons with HIV Disease
269(12)
Richard Tewksbury
Deanna McGaughey
PART TEN CYBERDEVIANCE 281(34)
The Social Construction of Hackers as Deviants
283(10)
Paul A. Taylor
Let Your Fingers Do the Talking: Sex on an Adult Chat Line
293(12)
Diane Kholos Wysocki
On-Line Accounts of Unrepentant Pedophiles
305(10)
Keith F. Durkin
Clifton D. Bryant
PART ELEVEN DEVIANT SPORTS 315(36)
Cockfighting: The Marketing of Deviance
317(13)
Donna K. Darden
Steven K. Worden
The World of Dogfighting
330(9)
Rhonda D. Evans
Craig J. Forsyth
The Techniques of Neutralization among Deer Poachers
339(8)
Stephen L. Eliason
Richard A. Dodder
Hints of Deviance in Bingo
347(4)
Constance Chapple
Stacey Nofziger
PART TWELVE PUZZLING DEVIANCES 351(38)
``It's a White Thing'': An Exploration of Beliefs about Suicide in the African-American Community
353(5)
Kevin E. Early
Ronald L. Akers
Media Depictions of Harm in Heavy Metal and Rap Music
358(10)
Amy Binder
Tattoos Are Like Potato Chips . . . You Can't Have Just One
368(6)
D. Angus Vail
Panhandlers: Overcoming the Nonperson Treatment
374(15)
Stephen E. Lankenau
Name Index 389(8)
Subject Index 397


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