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GARY F. JENSEN

In: 21st Century Sociology

Chapter 37: The Sociology of Deviance

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The Sociology of Deviance
The sociology of deviance

Deviance is the concept chosen by sociologists to encompass a variety of forms of human conduct that have been defined or reacted to by members of a social system as wrong, bad, immoral, illegal, or worthy of condemnation or punishment, and the sociology of deviance ...

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