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Deviant behavior (9th ed )

Langue : Anglais

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Couverture de l’ouvrage Deviant behavior (9th ed )
This widely-adopted text seeks to understand deviance from thekey sociological perspectives and theories. Real-world examples of deviance are provided throughout to encourage critical thinking about deviant behavior and its impact.

IN THIS SECTION:

1.) BRIEF

2.) COMPREHENSIVE


BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS:


Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 Explaining Deviant Behavior: Positivist Theories

Chapter 3 Constructionist Perspectives of Deviance

Chapter 4 Studying Deviance: Research Methods

Chapter 5 Criminal Behavior: An Introduction

Chapter 6 Violence

Chapter 7 Alcohol Abuse

Chapter 8 Illicit Drug Use

Chapter 9 Sexual Deviance

Chapter 10 Deviant Organizational Behavior

Chapter 11 Cognitive Deviance: Unconventional Beliefs

Chapter 12 Mental Disorder

Chapter 13 Physical Characteristics as Deviance


COMPREHENSIVE TABLE OF CONTENTS:


Chapter1 Introduction

Deviance in Everyday Life

So, What Is Deviance?

Societal and Situational Deviance

The ABCs of Deviance

Deviant Behavior

Deviant Attitudes and Beliefs

Physical Characteristics

Tribe, Race, Religion and Nation

Chart 1.1 Goffman's Typology of Stigma/Deviance

Relativity

Deviance: Essentialism and Constructionism

Summary

Account: Clinical Depression

Questions

Chapter 2 Explaining Deviant Behavior: Positivist Theories

Deviant Behavior: Why Do They Do It?

Free Will, Rational Calculation, and Routine Activities Theory

Social Disorganization and the Chicago School

Anomie or Strain Theory

Anomie Theory into the 1990s and Beyond

Differential Association and Learning Theory

The General Theory of Crime: Social Control Theory

Summary

Account: A Computer Pirate Tells His Story

Questions

Chapter 3 Constructionist Perspectives of Deviance

Constructionist Approaches to Deviance: An Introduction

Deviance and Social Control

Formal and Informal Social Control

Perspectives that Focus on Defining Deviance

Labeling or Interactionist Theory

Conflict Theory

Feminism

Controlology or the New Sociology of Social Control

Summary

Account: Cody, the Identity-Constructing Homosexual

Questions


Chapter 4 Studying Deviance: Research Methods

The Use of Official Data

Survey Research

Participant Observation

Narratives, Autobiographies, Life Histories, and Personal Accounts

Ethical Issues in the Study of Deviance: Tearoom Sex, a Case Study

Summary

Account: Field Experiment: Two Guys Holding Hands in Public, Steven Clayton

Questions

Chapter 5 Criminal Behavior: An Introduction

Crime and Deviance: A Conceptual Distinction

Common Law and Statutory Law

What Is Our Mission? Construction versus Positivism

The Uniform Crime Reports

Violent Crime

Table 5.1 The FBI's Index Crimes, 1991-2007

Property Crime

Property Crime as Deviance

Shoplifting and Employee Theft

Discrepancies

Summary

Account: Omar's Story

Questions

Chapter 6 Violence

Murder

Forcible Rape

Robbery

Summary

Account: Having a Deviant Father

Questions


Chapter 7 Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol: An Introduction

Who Drinks? Who Doesn't?

Alcohol: Essentialism versus Constructionism

Acute Effects of Alcohol: A (Mainly) Essentialistic Introduction

Alcohol Consumption: Death on the...

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