Social Control and Deviance: A South Asian Community in Scotland
This text provides an empirical account of social control and deviance in a South Asian community in Scotland. Focusing on Edinburgh's Pakistani community, the book examines the social order of this particular community and the ways it is maintained. It explores the various social institutions and processes that operate as mechanisms of (informal) social control within the community.
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Migration Exclusion and the Making
The Family and the Biraderi
The Mosque and the P A E E S
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activities agencies of social Arain Asian attachment to parents behaviour belief best friends Bhangra Biraderi Britain British British-born Pakistani Chapter close commitment community in Edinburgh community's context conventional correlation cultural delinquency deviant boys discrimination Edinburgh's Pakistani community Edinburgh's Pakistani population empirical extent family Izzet fathers feel girls Hafiz Sahib he/she Hirschi's homework important Indian indicates individual interaction intimacy of communication involvement Level of Deviance mainly majority marriage mechanisms of social migration moral and social Mosque Mosque-school Mosque/community centre mothers munity Muslim Muslim Parliament non-deviant norms Pakistan Association Pakistani boys Pakistani family Pakistani residents Pakistanis in Edinburgh part-time conformists percent Pilrig boys Pilrig sample prayer present study PT Conformists Punjabi Quran racial rebels relationships religious Sabaq Satanic Verses Scotland Scottish Scottish ethnic social bond social control theory social institutions social order socialisation supervision Table tion Total Typology Urdu values wider society young Pakistanis