Shades of Deviance (häftad)
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Ayres, Tammy
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Shades of Deviance (häftad)

Shades of Deviance

A Primer on Crime, Deviance and Social Harm

Häftad,  Engelska, 2022-11-04
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1. Unlike more conventional texts, this book offers over 50 pithy and thought-provoking essays on a wide range of socially and legally prohibited acts, offering students a critical analysis of these issues. 2. Each entry offers further readings and suggestions for other media to develop the readers understanding of these issues. 3. The new edition has been updated and extended and includes new entries on issues such as the alt-right, protest, online abuse, cybercrime, drug trafficking, populism and use of weapons.
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As with the first edition of this remarkable and indispensable book, this thoroughly revised second version pushes readers to broaden the way they think about deviance and social harm in modern societiesand to recognize the connections between the behaviors that often trouble us the most and the increasingly precarious and neglectful character of the contemporary global social order. Professor Elliott Currie, University of California, Irvine, USA A collection of fascinating insights into acts of deviance so wide and varied that conformity appears to an increasingly rare commodity. However, as the chapters in this volume attest, even as we become more diverse we are ever more policed. A book for our times. Professor Danny Dorling, University of Oxford Shades of Deviance is a thought-provoking collection bringing together short essays on a vast range of issues that are viewed in contemporary society as deviant, harmful, or criminal. Questioning the value of mainstream approaches which prioritise a focus on state defined problematic behaviours, this second edition collection includes 60 entries with new topics and authors covering low level issues such as yarnbombing to the more serious such as terrorism and child soldiers. Written in a thoroughly engaging and accessible manner, this introductory text is a must read for all criminology students. Professor Christina Pantazis, University of Bristol Questions of deviance lie at the heart of criminological inquiry. The breadth and sociological curiosity that informs this book make it both a useful and highly enjoyable introduction to the topic. It will be a useful companion to students of criminology and several other social science disciplines. In fact, it creates a real danger that it will convert the latter into the former. Professor Katja Franko, University of Oslo

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Rowland Atkinson is Professor and Research Chair in Inclusive Societies at the University of Sheffield, UK. He is the co-author of Urban Criminology (Routledge, 2019). Tammy Ayres is Associate Professor of Criminology at the University of Leicester.


Part I: Acts of transgression1 Crime Is Not Just for Criminologists Rowland Atkinson and Tammy Ayres 2 Begging Sabina Yasmin Rahman 3 Yarn Bombing Alyce McGovern 4 Spitting Ross Coomber 5 Street Racing and Joyriding Yunis Alam 6 Sex work Molly Dunn 7 Sadomasochism Thomas S. Weinberg 8 Public Sex Katharine Parker Part II: Subcultures and deviating social codes 9 Drugs, Substances and Intoxicants Tammy Ayres 10 Tattooing and Body Modification Kyla Bevin and James Treadwell 11 Incel Masculinity Sam Andrews and Anthony Ellis 12 Music and Subculture Vctor vila Torres 13 Chemsex Ford Hickson 14 Weapon Use Nicolas Florquin and Peter Squires 15 Graffiti Robert D. Weide 16 Parkour and Freerunning Thomas Raymen 17 Organised Fighting Sports Victoria E. Collins Part III: Changing technologies and harms 18 Online Fraud Kate Tudor 19 Hacking and Hacktivism Kevin F. Steinmetz 20 Lifestyle Medicines and Performance Enhancing Drugs Nick Gibbs 21 Robot Sex Corina Medley 22 Trolling and Online Abuse Emma A. Jane 23 Video Games Craig Kelly and Adam Lynes 24 Voyeurism and Trash Streaming Grace Gallacher Part IV: Social change and social problems 25 Domestic Violence and Abuse Jade Levell 26 Tourism Oliver Smith 27 Debt Mark Horsley 28 Sexual Deviance Katie McBride 29 Gambling Suzanne Baggs 30 Paedophilia Maggie Wykes 31 Pornography Samantha Keene 32 Stalking Laura Logan 33 Maritime Piracy Patricia Schneider 34 Drug Trafficking Zulia Orozco Reynoso Part V: Invisible and contested harms 35 Corporate Crime Mark Monaghan 36 Corruption Marina Zaloznaya 37 State Crime and Violence Diogo Azevedo Lyra, Carolina Christoph Grillo, Renato Coelho Dirk and Daniel Veloso Hirata 38 Tax Evasion Rowland Atkinson 39 Elder Abuse and Neglect Marie Beaulieu, Julien Cadieux Genesse and Kevin St-Martin 40 Fraud Jrg Wiegratz 41 Police Deviance Bill McClanahan 42 Consumption Rowland Atkinson Part VI: Hate, difference and culture 43 Gypsy Roma and Travellers Haley Read 44 Squatting Samuel Burgum 45 Hate Crime Tina G. Patel 46 Policing Politics and Protest Aidan O'Sullivan 47 Alt-Right Tanner Mirrlees Part VII: Questions of violence 48 Homicide Gabriel Feltran and Marcelli Cipriani 49 Terrorism Jacob Holzer 50 Animal Abuse Ruth McKie 51 School Violence Valria Cristina de Oliveira 52 Child soldiers Tammy Ayres Part VIII: Harms in a global context 53 Ecocide Rob White 54 Environmental Activism Olivia Hasler 55 Gangs Dennis Rodgers 56 Human Trafficking and People Smuggling Daniel Briggs 57 Green Criminology Daan van Uhm 58 International Migration Mark Bushell 59 Slavery, Webcams and Human Trafficking Rosemary Broad 60 Urban Conflict Luana Motta 61 Waste Avi Brisman