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Dellwing, Michael

The Death and Resurrection of Deviance

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Tales of Death and Deviance

1. Introduction
Michael Dellwing, Joseph A. Kotarba, Nathan W. Pino

Part I. The Death of Deviance?

2. The Meaning and Validity of the Death of Deviance Claim
Erich Goode

3. The Critical Role of Deviance in Society
Patricia A. Adler, Peter Adler

4. The Deviance Bubble
Joel Best

5. Expanding Deviance toward Difference
Michael J. Coyle

6. The “Death of Deviance” and Stagnation of 20th-Century Criminology
Mark Horsley

7. Subcultures and Deviance
J. Patrick Williams

Part II. Productive Deviance

8. Debating the Death of Deviance Transgressing Extremes in Conspiracy Narratives
Daniel Dotter

9. Religious Deviance
Robin D. Perrin

10. The New Moral Entrepreneurs
Lori L. Fazzino, Michael Ian Borer, Mohammed Abdel Haq

11. The School-to-Prison Pipeline and the “Death of Deviance” in the American Public School System
Scott Wm. Bowman

12. For These People It Is Almost Too Late
Jessica A. Brown

13. The Mass Killer’s Search for Validation through Infamy, Media Attention and Transcendence
Jennifer Lynn Murray

Part III. Doing Deviance between Teaching and Research

14. The Didactic Relevance of the Death of Deviance Debate
Susan Day, Joseph A. Kotarba

15. “Deviance” Is for Undergrads, “Social Control” Is for Grad Students
Michael Dellwing

16. Deviance and Social Justice
Nathan W. Pino

Keywords: Social Sciences, Sociology of Religion, Critical Criminology, Criminological Theory, Crime and Society, Criminology and Criminal Justice, general, Social Theory

Author(s)
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Critical Criminological Perspectives
Page amount
327 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137303806
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-45432-7

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