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Basic Concepts of Deviance
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Basic Concepts of Deviance

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Examines definitions of crime and deviance, different types of deviance (including societal and situational, culpable and non-culpable) and ways of operationalizing the concept of deviance.

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Date Added:
01/18/2018
Childhood
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Childhood

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Notes set looks at the changing conceptions and the historical and comparative dimensions of childhood.

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Date Added:
01/29/2018
Crime and Deviance
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Crime and Deviance

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Covers five areas: different explanations of crime, deviance, social order and social control, the social construction of and social reactions to crime and deviance, including the role of the mass media, the relationship between deviance, power and social control, different explanations of the social distribution of crime and deviance by age, social class, ethnicity, gender and locality, and the sociological issues arising from the study of suicide.

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Social Studies
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Sociology Central
Date Added:
01/19/2018
Critical Views of the Family
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Critical Views of the Family

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Notes set covers a range of critical approaches to understanding the family group, including radical psychiatry, Marxism, and feminism, with exercises and activities to facilitate understanding.

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Social Studies
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Sociology Central
Date Added:
01/26/2018
Cultural Diversity
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Cultural Diversity

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This chapter looks at the problem of existence, structural and cultural universals, ethnocentrism and cultural relativity, and reactive and independent subcultural types.

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Social Studies
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Date Added:
01/23/2018