eBook Encyclopedia of Social Deviance, 1st Edition

  • Craig J. Forsyth
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1483340465
  • ISBN-13: 9781483340463
  • DDC: 302.5
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 864 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released March 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014
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Overview

Social deviance—any behavior that violates a cultural norm—can involve something as major as crime or as minor as consistently and deliberately wearing lively mismatched socks. Whether a crime, a sin, or simply unique taste, what’s considered deviant at one time and place can change, as when extensive tattooing and "body art" evolved from a sideshow carnival spectacle to a nearly universal rite of passage within U.S. culture. Drawing contributions from across the social and behavioral sciences, including sociology, anthropology, criminology, politics, psychology, and religion, the Encyclopedia of Social Deviance introduces readers to the lively field of rule-making and rebellion that strikes at the core of what it means to be an individual living in a social world.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Reader’s Guide.
About the Editors.
Contributors.
Introduction.
1: Abominations of the Body.
2: Abuse by Clergy.
3: Academic Deviance.
4: Accounts, Sociology of.
5: Age and Drug Use.
6: Ageism.
7: Agents of Social Control.
8: Alcohol and Crime.
9: Alcoholism.
10: American Civil Liberties Union.
11: Animal Cruelty.
12: Anomie Theory.
13: Anonymous.
14: Argot.
15: Arrestee Drug Abuse Monitoring.
16: Arson.
17: Atheism.
18: Authenticity.
19: Autism Spectrum Disorders.
20: Autoerotic Asphyxiation.
21: Autoethnography.
22: Bead Whores.
23: Bestiality.
24: Biker Gangs.
25: Biosocial Perspectives on Deviance.
26: Bisexuality.
27: Black Panthers.
28: Blackmail.
29: Blindness.
30: Body Modification.
31: Bondage and Discipline.
32: Bookmaking.
33: Broken Windows Thesis.
34: Buckle Bunnies.
35: Bug Chasers and Bareback Sex.
36: Bullying.
37: Burglary.
38: Changing Deviance Designations.
39: Check Forgery.
40: Chicago School.
41: Child Abuse.
42: Child Sexual Abuse.
43: Civil Disobedience.
44: Civilizing Process.
45: Club Drugs.
46: Cocaine.
47: Cockfighting.
48: Code of the Street.
49: Cognitive Deviance.
50: Collecting Data Online.
51: Conflict Theory.
52: Conformity.
53: Constructionist Definitions of Social Problems.
54: Constructionist Theories.
55: Containment Theory.
56: Control Balance Theory.
57: Control Theory.
58: Corporate Deviance.
59: Corruption.
60: Cosplay and Fandom.
61: Counterfeiting.
62: Crime Statistics.
63: Criminal Lifestyles.
64: Cross-Cultural Methodology.
65: Cults.
66: Culturally Specific Mental Illnesses.
67: Culture of Poverty.
68: Cyberbullying.
69: Cybercrime.
70: Cybersex.
71: Deafness.
72: Death of Sociology of Deviance.
73: Decriminalization and Legalization.
74: Defining Deviance.
75: Deinstitutionalization.
76: Delinquency.
77: Designer Drugs.
78: Desistance.
79: Deviance in the Academic Profession.
80: Deviant Career.
81: Deviant Places.
82: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual.
83: Differential Association Theory.
84: Digital Piracy.
85: Discrimination.
86: Dogfighting.
87: Domestic Terrorism.
88: Domestic Violence.
89: Drag Queens and Kings.
90: Dramaturgy.
91: Drift Theory.
92: Drug Abuse Warning Network.
93: Drug Dependence Treatment.
94: Drug Normalization.
95: Drug Policy.
96: Drug War (War on Drugs).
97: Eating Disorders.
98: Edge Ethnography.
99: Edgework.
100: Elder Abuse.
101: Embezzlement.
102: Epidemiology of Crime and Deviance.
103: Erotica Versus Pornography.
104: Escorts.
105: Ethics and Deviance Research.
106: Ethnography and Deviance.
107: Eunuchs.
108: Euthanasia.
109: Extortion.
110: Feederism.
111: Female Bodybuilding.
112: Female Prostitution.
113: Feminist Theory.
114: Fetishes.
115: Focal Concerns Theory.
116: Folk Crime.
117: Fortune-Telling.
118: Fraud.
119: Furries.
120: Gambling Addiction.
121: Gangs, Street.
122: Gay Bashing.
123: Gays as Parents.
124: Gender and Drug Use.
125: General Strain Theory.
126: Goth Subculture.
127: Governmental Deviance.
128: Hacking.
129: Hacktivism.
130: Hate Crimes.
131: Hegemony.
132: Heroin.
133: HIV/AIDS.
134: Hoarding.
135: Homecomer.
136: Homelessness.
137: Homicide.
138: Homophobia.
139: Homosexuality.
140: Hooliganism.
141: Human Sex Trafficking.
142: Human Trafficking.
143: Identity.
144: Identity Theft.
145: Identity Work.
146: Incest.
147: Index Crimes.
148: Individualism.
149: Infanticide.
150: Infidelity.
151: Informal Social Control.
152: Institutional Anomie Theory.
153: Institutional Review Boards and Studying Deviance.
154: Integrated Theories.
155: Internet Gambling.
156: Intersexuality.
157: Interviews.
158: Kidnapping.
159: Ku Klux Klan.
160: Labeling Approach.
161: Larceny.
162: Legal Highs.
163: Lynching.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
1: Male Prostitution.
2: Malicious Software.
3: Mardi Gras.
4: Marginality.
5: Marijuana.
6: Maritime Piracy.
7: Marxist Theory.
8: Masturbation.
9: Medicalization of Deviance.
10: Mental Illness.
11: Mental Retardation.
12: Metal Culture.
13: Methamphetamine.
14: Military Deviance.
15: Monitoring the Future.
16: Moral Entrepreneurs.
17: Moral Panics.
18: Motor Vehicle Theft.
19: National Crime Victimization Survey.
20: National Incident-Based Reporting System.
21: National Survey of Drug Use and Health.
22: National Youth Survey.
23: Necrophilia.
24: Neutralization Theory.
25: Normal Deviance.
26: Normalization.
27: Norms and Societal Expectations.
28: Nudism.
29: Obesity.
30: Occupational Criminality.
31: Occupy Movement.
32: Organized Crime.
33: Outsiders.
34: Participant Observation.
35: Pawnbrokers.
36: Peacemaking Criminology.
37: Pedophilia.
38: People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
39: Performance-Enhancing Drugs.
40: Phenomenological Theory.
41: Phishing.
42: Phone Sex.
43: Physical Characteristics as Deviance.
44: Physical Disabilities.
45: Pica.
46: Pickpocketing.
47: Poaching.
48: Police Deviance.
49: Police Profiling.
50: Polyamory and Polygamy.
51: Ponzi Schemes.
52: Pornography.
53: Positive Deviance.
54: Positivist Definitions of Deviance.
55: Premarital Sex.
56: Prescription Drug Misuse.
57: Primary and Secondary Deviance.
58: Prison Culture/Inmate Code.
59: Prison Rape.
60: Professional Wrestling.
61: Prohibition.
62: Property Crime.
63: Public Sex.
64: Punishment and Rule Enforcement.
65: Punk Subculture.
66: Qualitative Methods in Studying Deviance.
67: Quantitative Methods in Studying Deviance.
68: Queer Nation.
69: Queer Theory.
70: Race/Ethnicity and Drug Use.
71: Racism.
72: Rape.
73: Rational Choice Theory.
74: Rave Culture.
75: Reintegrative Shaming.
76: Religiosity and Deviance.
77: Road Whores.
78: Robbery.
79: Roller Derby.
80: Routine Activity Theory.
81: Sadism and Masochism.
82: Same-Sex Marriages.
83: Satanism.
84: Secret Deviance.
85: Self, The.
86: Self-Control Theory.
87: Self-Esteem and Deviance.
88: Self-Injury.
89: Self-Report Surveys.
90: Serial Murder.
91: Sex Discrimination.
92: Sex Tourism.
93: Sexting.
94: Sexual Addiction.
95: Sexual Harassment.
96: Shoplifting.
97: Skinheads.
98: Social Bonds.
99: Social Change and Deviance.
100: Social Control.
101: Social Disapproval.
102: Social Disorganization Theory.
103: Social Learning Theory.
104: Social Reality Theory.
105: Socioeconomic Status and Drug Use.
106: Sociolinguistic Theories.
107: Solitary Deviance.
108: Somatotypes: Sheldon, William.
109: Southern Subculture of Violence.
110: Spamming.
111: Sport and Deviance.
112: Stalking.
113: Stigma and Stigma Management.
114: Stolen Goods Network.
115: Straight Edge.
116: Stranger.
117: Street Hustling.
118: Strippers, Female.
119: Strippers, Male.
120: Structural Functionalism.
121: Subculture.
122: Suicide.
123: Suspension.
124: Swinging.
125: Symbolic Crusade.
126: Symbolic Interactionism.
127: Taboo.
128: Tattooing.
129: Tea Party Movement.
130: Tearooms.
131: Teen Pregnancy.
132: Tobacco and Cigarettes.
133: Total Institutions.
134: Transgender Lifestyles.
135: Transnational Terrorism.
136: Transsexuals.
137: Transvestism.
138: Triangulation.
139: Tribal Stigma.
140: Twelve-Step Programs.
141: Underage Drinking.
142: Uniform Crime Reports.
143: Urban Legends.
144: Vandalism.
145: Vegetarianism and Veganism.
146: Violent Crime.
147: Voyeurism.
148: White Supremacist Groups.
149: White-Collar Crime.
150: Workplace Violence.
Index.