Deviance: A Symbolic Interactionist Approach

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1995 - Social Science - 620 pages
 

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Contents

I
7
II
28
III
38
IV
42
VI
52
VII
62
VIII
64
IX
69
XXIX
287
XXX
303
XXXI
323
XXXII
336
XXXIII
354
XXXIV
370
XXXV
384
XXXVI
393

X
72
XI
80
XII
96
XIII
100
XIV
109
XV
111
XVI
114
XVII
118
XVIII
132
XIX
146
XX
169
XXI
179
XXII
193
XXIII
202
XXIV
212
XXV
236
XXVI
242
XXVII
260
XXVIII
273
XXXVII
406
XXXVIII
414
XXXIX
418
XL
427
XLI
440
XLII
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XLIII
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XLIV
487
XLV
503
XLVI
508
XLVII
515
XLVIII
541
XLIX
552
L
566
LI
582
LII
595
LIII
608
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About the author (1995)

Nancy J. Herman (Ph.D., McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario Canada) is Associate Professor of Sociology at Central Michigan University. She has researched, written, and taught in the areas of deviance, social psychology, the sociology of mental illness, and qualitative methods. In 1994, she co-edited with Larry T. Reynolds, Symbolic Interaction: An Introduction to Social Psychology (New York: General Hall). Dr. Herman is currently the editor of the Michigan Sociological Review.

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