Social Control and Deviance: A South Asian Community in Scotland

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Ashgate Publishing Company, 2000 - Social Science - 275 pages
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This unique empirical study of social control and deviance in Edinburgh's Pakistani community examines the social order, how it is maintained, the institutions and processes that operate as mechanisms of (informal) social control, and the ways second-generation South Asians relate to their community.

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