Deviance and Crime: Theory, Research and Policy

DeKeseredy, W (2005) Deviance and Crime: Theory, Research and Policy. LexisNexis Anderson, Cincinnati.


This book sensitizes the reader to the fact that there is substantial disagreement within the academic community, and among policymakers and the general public, over what behaviors, conditions (e.g., physical attributes), and people should be designated as deviant or criminal. Normative conceptions, the societal reaction/labeling approach, and the critical approach are offered as frameworks within which to study these definitions. A comprehensive explanation of theory and social policy on deviance is constructed.

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ID Code: 51754
Item Type: Book
ISBN: 978-1583605493
Deposited On: 17 Jul 2012 06:10
Last Modified: 22 Aug 2012 00:00

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