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The sociology of deviance

Jack Douglas

The sociology of deviance

an introduction

by Jack Douglas

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Published by Little, Brown in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Deviant behavior.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJack D. Douglas, Frances Chaput Waksler.
    ContributionsWaksler, Frances Chaput.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHM291 .D683
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 417 p. :
    Number of Pages417
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4126949M
    ISBN 100316191116
    LC Control Number80085440
    OCLC/WorldCa8034984

      “All social groups make rules and attempt to enforce them,” Howard S. Becker opens his book Outsiders with this statement that can provide the foundation for his theories on deviance (1). Deviance is not an inherent quality of “the deviant,” rather, it is in the social interaction of one group in power having the ability to label the. This book uses the Puritan settlement in 17th-century Massachusetts as a setting in which to examine several ideas about deviant behavior in society. Combining sociology and history, Erikson draws on the records of the Bay Colony to illustrate the way in which deviant behavior fits in the texture of social life generally.

    The second property defines deviance as a stigma construct. It refers to deviance as a label bestowed upon certain classes of behavior at certain times, which then becomes discredited, devalued, and often excluded. In this case, the primary concern of the study of deviance is the construction, application, and impact of stigma labels. Thus, deviance can be the result of accepting one norm, but breaking another in order to pursue the first. In this sense, according social strain theory, social values actually produce deviance in two ways. First, an actor can reject social values and therefore become deviant.

    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Becker, Howard Saul, Outsiders; studies in the sociology of deviance. London, Free Press of Glencoe [©]. Sociology of crime, or criminology, is the science that studies the nature, extent, causes and control of criminal behavior on both the individual and societal level. Crime, a term used for any act that violates written criminal law, is a form of deviance.


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The Sociology of Deviance: Differences, Tradition, and Stigma 2nd Edition. Find all the books, read about the author, and : $ The first part of this extended obituary documents the formation of the field of sociology of deviance from its conception in the womb of Durkheim's social theory to its coming of age in late s sociology.

The second part examines the heyday of the field as a popular The sociology of deviance book and as a critique of social control in the by: The first part of this extended obituary documents the formation of the field of sociology of deviance from its conception in the womb of Durkheim's social theory to its coming of age in late s sociology.

The second part examines the heyday of the field as a popular science and as a critique of social control in the s.3/5(2).

Howard Becker's Outsiders broke new ground in the early s, arguing that social deviance is a more common phenomenon that perceived and that conventional wisdom that social deviants are pathological is incorrect.

Becker's seminal study remains the most piercing exploration about unconventional individuals and their position in' normal' by: Marshall Clinard () was Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

He wrote numerous books and articles on deviance and sociology, and was a major contributor to our understanding of white-collar and corporate criminality. Robert F. Meier has been Professor the School Cited by:   SOCIOLOGY OF DEVIANT BEHAVIOR has been the market-leading deviance / criminology textbook for more than 40 years by combining timely research findings and updated data with solid sociological analysis.

Designed to appeal to today’s students, the 13th edition examines topics with relevance - justified deviance like /5(2).

The fourth main sociological theory of deviance is labeling theory. Labeling theory refers to the idea that individuals become deviant when a deviant label is applied to them; they adopt the label by exhibiting the behaviors, actions, and attitudes associated with the label.

A sociology study written in the sixties about deviance which depends on violating rules, how people react to it, motivations and interests of the outsiders, changes from time to time and who commits the act. It had two case studies: marijuana users, and musicians dance.4/5.

The Handbook of Deviance is a definitive reference for professionals, researchers, and students that provides a comprehensive and engaging introduction to.

The title of the book remains the same and “tradition” still implies the book covers areas that have long been addressed in deviance texts such as addictions, crime, and sexual behaviors, to name a. The Sociology of Deviance: Differences, Tradition, and Stigma - Robert J.

Franzese - Google Books This timely second edition remains essentially the same in. Sociology of Deviance: Differences, Tradition, and Stigma is dedicated to a sociological analysis of deviance, a term reframed to imply differences.

Deviance is approached from the outset as meaning differences: differences in attitudes, behaviors, lifestyles, and values of people. The terms OC devianceOCO or OC deviant behaviorOCO are understood as labels themselves.

The Politics of Policing: Between Force and Legitimacy (Sociology of Crime, Law and Deviance Book 21) by Mathieu Deflem Kindle $ $ 30 $ $ Hardcover $ $ 44 $ $ FREE Shipping. Only 2 left in stock. Howard Becker's Outsiders broke new ground in the early s, arguing that social deviance is a more common phenomenon that perceived and that conventional wisdom that.

The sociology of deviance can be divided into two emphases. One school (positivism) regards deviance as “objectively given.” The second school or approach (constructionism) sees deviance as “subjectively problematic.” This chapter talks about the two sociologies of deviance, by distinguishing between constructionism and labeling by: 2.

The relativity of deviance in all of these ways is captured in a famous statement by sociologist Howard S. Becker (, p. 9),Becker, H. Outsiders: Studies in the sociology of deviance. New York, NY: Free Press. who wrote several decades ago that.

The Politics of Deviance is not merely a sociology book, it is an exploration of how of society has declined to the point where merely attempting to follow the rules is a Herculean task as the rules and mores shift downwards every other by: Key Points.

Deviance provides the key to understanding the disruption and recalibration of society that occurs over time. Systems of deviance create norms and tell members of a given society how to behave by laying out patterns of acceptable and unacceptable behavior.

Buy Outsiders Studies in the Sociology of Deviance by Becker, H S. (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(46). A compulsively readable and thoroughly researched exploration of social deviance and the application of what is known as "labeling theory" to the studies of deviance.

With particular research into /5(2).This timely second edition remains essentially the same in overall organization and chapter layout and titles. New to the book is updated data and facts from empirical research and government and agency reports.

Some information in some chapters was retained from the first edition if it was deemed still relevant and interesting. The definition of deviance has been modified to be .The Handbook of Deviance is a definitive reference for professionals, researchers, and students that provides a comprehensive and engaging introduction to the sociology of deviance.

Composed of over 30 essays written by an international array of scholars and meticulously edited by one of the best known authorities on the study of deviance Features chapters on cutting .