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Sociology Of Deviant Behavior

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14th
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9780495811671

ISBN10:
049581167X
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
3/24/2010
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning
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Summary

This book has been the market leader for more than 40 years. It continues its popularity due to its thorough updating of data, facts, and figures while retaining the basic focus on solid research findings through a sociological point of view. Designed to appeal to today's readers, the new edition examines topics with relevance for today - cultural and social reactions to deviance; the growing interest in white-collar and corporate crime; and the importance of the Internet and computer communications in changing views on deviance in modern life.

Table of Contents

Introduction to Deviance
The Nature and Meaning of Deviance
Deviant Events and Social Control
Explaining Deviance
Becoming Deviant
Theories in Deviance
Deviance and Crime
Crimes of Interpersonal Violence
Nonviolent Crime
White-Collar and Corporate Crime
Types of Deviance
Drug Use and Addiction
Drunkenness and Alcoholism
Suicide
Heterosexual Deviance
Studies in Stigma
Gays, Lesbians, and Homophobia
Physical Disabilities
Mental Disorders
Looking Ahead
Recent Forms of Deviance
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