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The handbook of deviant behavior Routledge International Handbooks Series

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateur : Bryant Clifton D.

The Handbook of Deviant Behavior presents a comprehensive, integrative, and accessible overview of the contemporary body of knowledge in the field of social deviance in the twenty-first century.

This book addresses the full range of scholarly concerns within this area ? including theoretical, methodological, and substantive issues ? in over seventy original entries, written by an international mix of recognized scholars. Each of these essays provides insight not only into the historical and sociological evolution of the topic addressed, but also highlights associated notable thinkers, research findings, and key published works for further reference. As a whole, this Handbook undertakes an in depth evaluation of the contemporary state of knowledge within the area of social deviance, and beyond this considers future directions and concerns that will engage scholars in the decades ahead.

The inclusion of comparative and cross-cultural examples and discussions, relevant case studies and other pedagogical features make this book an invaluable learning tool for undergraduate and post graduate students in disciplines such as criminology, mental health studies, criminal theory, and contemporary sociology.

Part 1: Conceptualizing Deviance Editorial Linking Commentary 1.Social Control and Deviant Behavior 2.Conceptions, Perceptions, and the Construction of Deviance 3. Tolerated, Acceptable, and Positive Deviance 4. Normalizing, Trivializing, Medicalizing and the Deconstruction of Deviance Part 2: Research Methodology in Studying Deviance Editorial Linking Commentary 5. Quantitative Methodology 6. Qualitative Methodology 7. Cross-Cultural and Historical Methodology Part 3: Theories of Deviance Editorial Linking Commentary 8. Social Disorganization Theory 9. Anomie Strain Theory 10. Social Learning Theory 11. Control Theory 12. Labeling Theory 13. Phenomenological Theory 14. Conflict Theory 15. Feminist Theory 16. Postmodernist Theory Part 4: Becoming Deviant as a Process Editorial Linking Commentary 17. Entering Deviance 18. Stigma and the Deviant Identity 19. The Deviant Career Part 5: Deviant Lifestyles and Subcultures Editorial Linking Commentary Deviant Lifestyles 20. Goths and the Goth Lifestyle 21. The Fundamentalist Lifestyle Deviant Subcultures 22. The Straightedge Culture 23. The Haredim Subculture in Israel Part 6: Contentious Deviance Editorial Linking Commentary 24. Homosexuality 25. Illegal Immigration 26. Premarital Sexual Activity 27. Vegetarianism and Fruitarianism as Deviance 28. Cybersex, Computer Sex Addiction, and Pornography 29. Animal-Related Deviance Part 7: Self-Destructive Behavior Deviance Editorial Linking Commentary 30. Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism 31. Narcotic Addiction 32. Eating Disorders as Deviance 33. "Cutting, Piercing and Self-Mutilization 34. Suicide Part 8: Deviance in Social Institutions Editorial Linking Commentary 35. Family Deviance 36. Religious Deviance 37. Educational Deviance 38. Political Deviance 39. Occupational and Organizational Deviance 40. Military Deviance 41. Sports Deviance 42. Medical Deviance Part 9: Sexual Deviance Editorial Linking Commentary 43. Female Prostitution and Sex Tourism 44. Male Prostitution 45. Child Porn and Pedophilia 46. Extramarital Sexual Activity and 'Spouse Swapping' 47. Sexual Solicitation on the Internet 48. Stripping, Topless, and Table and Lap Dancing 49. Aberrant Forms of Sexual Deviance Part 10: Crime: Non-Violent Editorial Linking Commentary 50. Computer Crime, Fraud, and Embezzlement 51. Robbery and Burglary 52. Motor Vehicle Theft 53. Arson Part 11: Crime: Violent Modes Editorial Linking Commentary 54. Violence in the Workplace 55. Spouse Abuse 56. Homicide and Serial Murder 57. Mass Murder and Terrorism 58. Armed Robbery and Carjacking 59. Rape and Sexual Assault Part 12: Handicap, Disability and Impairment as Deviance Editorial Linking Commentary Looking Differently 60. The Stigma of Deviant Physical Appearance 61. The Stigma of Deviant Physical Functions Thinking Differently 62. Autism and Mental Retardation 63. Mental Illness and Alzheimer's Disease Part 13: Exiting Deviance Editorial Linking Commentary 64. Exiting Deviance: Coerced and Imposed 65. Exiting Deviance: Cessation and Desistance Part 14: New Horizons in Deviance Editorial Linking Commentary 66. Neglected and New Forms of Deviance 67. Different Conceptualizations and Perspectives of Deviance

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