The Politics of Deviance
Arguing against the grain of her own discipline, Anne Hendershott asserts the value and strength of the most important of all determinants of behavior--social norms and the commitment to accept them. The Politics of Deviance maintains that definitions of deviance that rely upon reason, and not emotion or political advocacy, are indispensable to the process of generating and sustaining cultural values and reaffirming the moral ties that bind us together.
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In reality, ''The Politics of Being Catholic and Over Fifty.'
One Medicalizing the Deviance of Drug Abuse
Two Removing the Stigma from Mental Illness
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