Subtitle: Text And Readings In The Sociology Of Deviance Author: Earl Rubington and Martin S. Weinberg
Edition Cited in The Compleat Witch
Publisher:Macmillan Company City: New York Year: 1968
Pages: Binding: Paperback Size: 6″ x 9.25″
Table of Contents (From Cited Edition; Condensed)
General Introduction… v
PART ONE: THE SOCIAL DEVIANT… 1 1. The Process of Social Typing… 13 2. Accommodation to Deviance… 30 3. Cultural Rules on Typing… 67 4. The Role of Third Parties… 88 PART TWO: THE PUBLIC REGULATION OF DEVIANCE… 109 5. The Theory of the Office…117 6. Police Work… 136 7. The Deviant in Court… 157 8. The Effects of Formal Sanctions… 186 PART THREE: DEVIANT SUBCULTURES… 203 9. The Rise of Subcultures… 209 10. Getting into Deviant Groups… 235 11. Learning Deviant Norms… 262 12. Systematic Deviance: The Effects of Variation… 296
PART FOUR: DEVIANT IDENTITY… 317 13. The Deviant and His Audience… 324 14. Sustaining Deviant Identity… 343 15. Transforming Deviant Identity… 389
Notes: Numerous editions by Allyn & Bacon from mid-90s through 2007.
“Whether an act is deviant… depends on how other people react to it. You can commit clan incest and suffer from no more than gossip as long as no one makes a public accusation; but you will be driven to your death if the accusation is made. The point is that the response of other people has to be regarded as problematic. Just because one has committed an infraction of a rule does not mean that others will respond as though this had happened. (Conversely, just because one has not violated a rule does not mean that he may not be treated, in some circumstances, as though he had.)” – From Howard S. Becker’s essay, “On Labeling Outsiders”, from the first chapter ofDeviance/The Interactionist Perspective, “The Process Of Social Typing.”
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