Deviance, Crime, and Control: Beyond the Straight and Narrow, second edition, assumes that deviance is normal behaviour and conformity is socially constructed. The 'discovery' of deviant behaviour indicates society's degree of cohesion, tolerance, and control over individuals. The benchmarks for what constitutes 'deviance' are in a constant state of change. This book studies contemporary notions and forms of deviance and control against the backdrop of history. In addition, the author takes a multi-paradigm approach and discusses deviance and conformity from functionalist, conflict, social constructionist/symbolic interactionist, feminist, and postmodern perspectives. Using health and well-being as a measure of tight social control, this text focuses on the outcomes of deviance. Emphasizing the need to find new solutions to social problems, Deviance, Crime, and Control provides students with a fresh perspective.About the Author:
Lorne Tepperman is Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto. Apart from serving as Visiting Professor of Canadian Studies at Yale, he has spent his career at University of Toronto (from which he graduated with an honors BA in 1965). He served as Chair of the Sociology Department at University of Toronto from 1997 to 2003, and has also been elected President of the Canadian Sociological Association and received the CSA's Outstanding Contribution Award.
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