Constructions of Deviance: Social Power, Context, and Interaction
Patricia A. Adler, Peter Adler
Thomson/Wadsworth, 2006 - Social Science - 522 pages
Part One: DEFINING DEVIANCE. 1. On the Sociology of Deviance: Kai Erikson. 2. A Typology of Deviance Based on Middle Class Norms: Charles R. Tittle and Raymond Paternoster. 3. Integrating Normative and Reactivist Definitions of Deviance: Alex Heckert and Druann Maria Heckert. Part Two: THEORIES OF DEVIANCE. 4. The Normal and the Pathological: Emile Durkheim. 5. Social Structure and Anomie: Robert K. Merton. 6. Differential Association: Edwin H. Sutherland and Donald R. Cressey. 7. Labeling Theory: Howard S. Becker. 8. Control Theory of Delinquency: Travis Hirschi. 9. Conflict Theory of Crime: Richard Quinney. 10. Deviance: The Constructionist Stance: Joel Best. Part Three: STUDYING DEVIANCE. 11. Child Abuse Reporting: Douglas J. Besharov, with Lisa A. Laumann. 12. Survey of Sexual Behavior of Americans: Edward O. Laumann, John H. Gagnon, Robert T. Michael, and Stuart Michaels. 13. Researching Dealers and Smugglers: Patricia A. Adler. Part Four: CONSTRUCTING DEVIANCE. MORAL ENTREPRENEUR. 14. The Social Construction of Drug Scares: Craig Reinarman. 15. Blowing Smoke: Status Politics and the Smoking Ban: Justin L. Tuggle and Malcolm D. Holmes. 16. Moral Panics: The Case of Satanic Day Care Centers: Mary deYoung. Differential Social Power. 17. The Saints and the Roughnecks: William J. Chambliss. 18. The Police and the Black Male: Elijah Anderson. 19. Homophobia and Women's Sport: Elaine M. Blinde and Diane E. Taub. 20. The Mark of a Criminal Record: Devah Pager. Part Five: DEVIANT IDENTITY. 21. The Adoption and Management of a "Fat" Identity: Douglas Degher and Gerald Hughes. 22. Becoming Bisexual: Martin S. Weinberg, Colin J. Willimas, and Douglas W. Pryor. 23. Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia: Penelope A. McLorg and Diane E. Taub. Part Six: ACCOUNTS. 24. Convicted Rapists' Vocabulary of Motive: Excuses and Justifications: Diana Scully and Joseph Marolla. 25. Disclaimers and Accounts in Cases of Catholic Priests Accused of Pedophilia: James G. Thomson, Joseph A. Marolla, and David G. Bromley. Part Seven: STIGMA MANAGEMENT. 26. Protecting One's Self from a Stigmatized Disease: James Daniel Lee and Elizabeth A. Craft. 27. Stigma Management Among the Voluntarily Childless: Kristin Park. 28. Collective Stigma Management and Shame: Avowal, Management, and Contestation: Daniel D. Martin. Part Eight: THE SOCIAL ORGANIATION OF DEVIANCE. Loners. 29. Self-Injurers as Loners: Patricia A. Adler and Peter Adler. Subcultures. 30. Real Punks and Pretenders: The Social Organization of a Counterculture: Kathryn J. Fox. Gangs. Gangs. 31. Gender and Victimization Risk Among Young Women in Gangs: Jody Miller. Formal Organizations. 32. International Organized Crime: Roy Godson and William J. Olson. Corporations. Corporations. 33. The Crash of ValueJet Flight 592: A Case Study in State-Corporate Crime: Rick A. Matthews and David Kauzlarich. Part Nine: STRUCTURE OF THE DEVIANT ACT. Individual. 34. Sexual Asphyxia: Shearon A. Lowery and Charles V. Wetli. Cooperation. 35. Pimp-Controlled Prostitution: Celia Williamson and Terry Cluse-Tolar. 36. Naked Power: Stripping as a Confidence Game: Lisa Pasko. Conflict. 37. Fraternities and Rape on Campus: Patricia Yancey Martin and Robert A.Hummer. 38. Opportunity and Crime in the Medical Professions: John Liederbach. Part Ten: PHASES OF THE DEVIANT CAREER. Entering Deviance. 39. Joining a Gang: Being Deviant. Martin Sanchez Jankowski. Managing Deviance. 40. Gay Male Christian Couples and Sexual Exclusivity: Exiting Deviance. Andrew K.T. Yip. Leaving Deviance. 41. Shifts and Oscillations in Deviant Careers: Upper-level Drug Dealers and Smugglers: Patricia A. Adler and Peter Adler. 42. Exiting Child Molesting: Douglas W. Pryor. References for the General and Part Introductions.
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