Originally published in 1974, Deviance and Social Control represents a collection of original papers first heard at the annual meeting of the British Sociological Association in 1971. They reveal how the American approach to deviance has been taken up by British sociologists, and revised and modified, and they explore possibilities of extending and strengthening the subject, for instance through comparative analysis or by examining issues which bear on deviant behaviour.
1. Preface, Paul Rock and Mary McIntosh
2. Criminology and the Sociology of Deviance in Britain, Stanley Cohen
3. Labelling Theory Reconsidered, Howard S. Becker
4. The Sociology of Crime and the Emergence of Criminal Laws, W.G. Carson
5. Problems in the Comparative Analysis of Deviance, Roland Robertson and Laurie Taylor
6. Phenomenology, Sociology, and the Study of Deviance, Michael Phillipson and Maurice Roche
7. ‘Persons Believed Missing’, Mike Hepworth and Mike Featherstone
8. Dock Pilferage, Gerald Mars
9. Mass Media, Drugs, and Deviance, Jock Young
10. Deviance, Politics, and the Media, Stuart Hall
The volumes in this set, originally published between 1969 and 2001, is comprised of original books published in conjunction with the British Sociological Association. The set draws together original research by leading academics based on study groups and conference papers, in the areas of youth, race, the sociology of work, gender, social research, urban studies, class, deviance and social control, law, development, and health. Each volume provides a rigorous examination of related key issues. This set will be of particular interest to students and academics in the field of sociology, health and social care, gender studies and criminology respectively.