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Title:
An introduction to deviance; readings in the process of making deviants.
Author:
Filstead, William J., compiler.
Publication Information:
Chicago : Markham Pub. Co., [1972]
Physical Description:
viii, 255 pages ; 23 cm.
Language:
English
Contents:
General theoretical framework; an introduction, by W. J. Filstead.--Awareness contexts and social interaction, by B. G. Glaser and A. L. Strauss.--Accounts, by M. B. Scott and S. M. Lyman.--Conditions of successful degradation ceremonies, by H. Garfinkel.--Moral passage: the symbolic process in public designations of deviance, by J. R. Gusfield.--The moral career of the mental patient, by E. Goffman.--Definitions of time and recovery in paralytic polio convalescence, by F. Davis.--The adjustment of the family to the crisis of alcoholism, by J. K. Jackson.--Deviance disavowal: the management of strained interaction by the visibly handicapped, by F. Davis.--Police discretion in emergency apprehension of mentally ill persons, by E. Bittner.--The selection of clients by social welfare agencies: the case of the blind, by R. A. Scott.--The moral career of a bum, by J. P. Spradley.--Conceptions of deviant behavior: the old and the new, by J. P. Gibbs.--Deviance, deviant behavior, and deviants: some conceptual issues, by J. I. Kitsuse.--A note on the uses of official statistics, by J. I. Kitsuse and A. V. Cicourel.
ISBN:
9780841040441

9780841040427
Format :
Book

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