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by Helen Marshall,Kathy Douglas,Desmond McDonnell

eBook Deviance and Social Control: Who Rules? download ISBN: 0195553012
Author: Helen Marshall,Kathy Douglas,Desmond McDonnell
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (November 30, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 248
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by Kathy Douglas, Desmond McDonnell, Helen Marshall. The authors argue it is more useful to talk about rules and rule-breakers than deviance, and relate these ideas to our professional lives, where the idea of deviance continues to be important.

by Kathy Douglas, Desmond McDonnell, Helen Marshall.

Deviance and Social Control book. Helen Marshall, Kathy Douglas. This text is a new way of looking at the sociology of deviance. It takes seriously the argument for the death of deviance, and reasons it is more useful to talk about "rules" and "rule-breakers.

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Deviance and Social Control: Who Rules? H Marshall, K Douglas, D McDonnell. The challenges of blended learning using a media annotation tool. A Kathy, J Lang Dr, M Colasante Ms.

Deviance and Social Control: Who Rules? H Marshall, K Douglas, D McDonnell. Oxford University Press, 2007. Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice 11 (2), 7, 2014.

On deviance as rule-breaking, see Helen Marshall, Katy Douglas and Desmond McDonnell, Deviance and Social Control: Who Rules? (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006).

Find nearly any book by Helen Marshall. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Deviance and Social Control: Who Rules? by Helen Marshall, Kathy Douglas, Desmond McDonnell. ISBN 9780195553017 (978-0-19-555301-7) Softcover, Oxford University Press, 2006.

Helen studied sociology and history at Monash University, and worked as a teacher in secondary schools and a. .2007, Marshall, H Douglas K and McDonnell D Who Rules? The sociologies of deviance and control, Oxford University Press Melbourne

Helen studied sociology and history at Monash University, and worked as a teacher in secondary schools and a post-secondary college before working at RMIT. She led project on teaching sociology for the Carrick Institute and TASA (2008-9). 2007, Marshall, H Douglas K and McDonnell D Who Rules? The sociologies of deviance and control, Oxford University Press Melbourne. 2007, Branigan, E Fastenau M, Douglas K and Marshall H with S Cartwright Women and Work 2006, RMIT publishing.

Social control occurs on all levels of society. In the family we obey our parents

Social control occurs on all levels of society. In the family we obey our parents. In peer groups we obey informal norms, such as dress codes, that govern the behavior of members. In organizations workers must cope with a formal system of rules and regulations. Finally, the government of every society legislates and enforces social norms. Most of us respect and accept basic social norms and assume that others will do the same. Conformity, obedience and deviance are human responses to real or imagined pressures from others. Conformity goes along with one's peers - individuals of a person's own status, who have no special right to direct that person's behavior. Helen Marshall, Kathy Douglas, and Desmond McDonnell. The Great American Crime Decline.

PART II: Social Control. Deviance and Social Control.

This text is a new way of looking at the sociology of deviance. It takes seriously the argument for the death of deviance, and reasons it is more useful to talk about "rules" and "rule-breakers." It makes links between the ideas of deviance and rule-breaking to future professional lives of students. It shows the contemporary relevance of this area and includes topical examples such as terrorism, anorexia, paedophilia, female sexual dysfunction, and depression.