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Part I: DEFINING DEVIANCE.
1. “On the Sociology of Deviance,” Kai T. Erikson.
2. Applying a New Typology of Deviance to Middle-Class Norms,” Alex Heckert and Druann Maria Heckert.
3. “Relativism: Labeling Theory,” Howard S. Becker.
4. “Natural Law and the Sociology of Deviance,” Anne Hendershott.**
5. “Social Power: Conflict Theory of Crime,” Richard Quinney.
Part II: THEORIES OF DEVIANCE.
6. “Functionalism: The Normal and the Pathological,” Emile Durkheim.
7. “Social Structure and Anomie,” Robert Merton.
8. “Differential Association,” Edwin H. Sutherland and Donald R. Cressey.
9. “Control Theory,” Travis Hirschi.
10. “Feminist Theory,” Meda Chesney-Lind.
11. “The Constructionist Stance,” Joel Best.
Part III: STUDYING DEVIANCE.
12. “Child Abuse Reporting,” Douglas J. Besharov with Lisa A. Laumann-Billings.
13. “Survey of Sexual Behavior of Americans,” Edward O. Laumann, John H. Gagnon, Robert T. Michael, and Stuart Michaels.
14. “Researching Dealers and Smugglers,” Patricia A. Adler.
Part IV: CONSTRUCTING DEVIANCE.
Moral Entrepreneurs: Campaigning.
15. “The Social Construction of Drug Scares,” Craig Reinarman.
16. “Blowing Smoke: Status Politics and the Smoking Ban,” Justin L. Tuggle and Malcolm D. Holmes.
17. “The Disadvantage of a Good Reputation: Disney as a Target for Social Problems Claims,” Joel Best and Kathleen S. Lowney.**
Differential Social Power: Labeling.
18. “Legitimated Suppression: Inner-City Mexican-Americans and the Police,” Robert J. Durán.**
19. “Homophobia and Women’s Sport,” Elaine M. Blinde and Diane E. Taub.
20. “The Mark of a Criminal Record,” Devah Pager.
Differential Social Power: Resisting Labeling.
21. “The Saints and the Roughnecks,” William J. Chambliss.
22. “Doctors and the Context of Medical Crime and Deviance,” John Liederbach.
Part V: DEVIANT IDENTITY.
23. “The Adoption and Management of a ’Fat’ Identity,” Douglas Degher and Gerald Hughes.
24. “The Paradox of the Bisexual Identity,” Martin S. Weinberg, Colin J. Williams, and Douglas W. Pryor.
25. “Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia,” Penelope A. McLorg and Diane E. Taub.
26. “Challenging a Marginalized Identity: The Female Parolee,” Tara D. Opsal.**
27. “Convicted Rapists’ Vocabulary of Motive,” Diana Scully and Joseph Marolla.
28. “The Devil Made Me Do It: Use of Neutralizations by Shoplifters,” Paul Cromwell and Quint Thurman.
29. “Contesting Stigma in Sport: The Case of Men Who Cheer,” Michelle Bemiller.
30. “Moral Stigma Management Among the Transabled,” Jenny L. Davis.**
31. “Passing as Black: Identity Work among Biracial Americans,” Nikki Khanna and Cathryn Johnson.**
32. “Fitting In and Fighting Back: Homeless Kids’ Stigma Management Strategies,” Anne R. Roschelle and Peter Kaufman.
33. “Dark Secrets and the Collective Management of Inflammatory Bowel Disease,” Alex I. Thompson.**
Part VI: THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF DEVIANCE.
34. “Drug Use and Disordered Eating Among College Women,” Katherine Sirles Vecitis.
35. “Cyber Communities of Self-Injury,” Patricia A. Adler and Peter Adler.
36. “Subcultural Evolution: the Influence of On- and Off-Line Hacker Subcultures,” Thomas J. Holt.**
37. “Gender and Victimization Risk Among Young Women in Gangs,” Jody Miller.
38. “Hezbollah’s Global Criminal Operations,” Michael P. Arena.**
39. “State-Corporate Crime in the Offshore Oil Industry: The BP Oil Spill,” Elizabeth A. Bradshaw.**
Part VII: STRUCTURE OF THE DEVIANT ACT.
40. “Artificial Love: the Secret Worlds of iDollators,” Nancy J. Herman-Kinney, David A. Kinney, Kara Taylor, and Ashley M. Miller.**
41. “Subculture and Community: Pain and Authenticity in SM Play,” Staci Newmahr.**
42. “Selling Excitement: Gender Roles at the Male Strip Show,” Maren T. Scull.**
43. “Sexual Assault on Campus,” Elizabeth A. Armstrong, Laura Hamilton, and Brian Sweeney.
44. “Opportunity Structures for White-Collar Crime,” Oskar Engdahl.
Part VIII: DEVIANT CAREERS.
45. “Deciding to Commit a Burglary,” Richard T. Wright and Scott H. Decker.
46. “Social Smoking: A Liminal Position,” Jason Whitesel and Amy Shuman.
47. “Pimp-Controlled Prostitution,” Celia Williamson and Terry Cluse-Tolar.
48. “Shifts and Oscillations in Upper-Level Drug Traffickers’ Careers,” Patricia A. Adler and Peter Adler.
49. “Obstacles to Exiting Emotional Disorder Identities,” Jenna Howard.