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ISBN:
0826406939
Author:
Colin Sumner
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Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Continuum Intl Pub Group (October 1, 1994)
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340 pages
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This is the central message of Colin Sumner's fine and scholarly study on the conceptual career of 'deviance' - a literary journey that covers a century long period of theoretical reflection and analysis. Professor Dr Fritz Sack. Paperback: 352 pages.

This is the central message of Colin Sumner's fine and scholarly study on the conceptual career of 'deviance' - a literary journey that covers a century long period of theoretical reflection and analysis.

Colin Sumner charts the rise and fall of a field of enquiry

Colin Sumner charts the rise and fall of a field of enquiry. The terrain now resembles the Somme in 1918. Colin Sumner charts the rise and fall of a field of enquiry.

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Sudhir Alladi Venkatesh. Sudhir Alladi Venkatesh, "The Sociology of Deviance: An Obituary. Sudhir Alladi Venkatesh. Colin Sumner," American Journal of Sociology 100, no. 6 (May, 1995): 1632-1634. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months. On the Relation Between Sociology and Ethics.

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oceedings{Sumner1995TheSO, title {The sociology of deviance : an obituary}, author {Colin Sumner}, year {1995} }. Colin Sumner. Part 1 A new deal for degenerates? the sociology of social deviation 1895-1940: Durkheim, modernity and doubt the birth - immigration and the urban jungle social realism and the Godfather - degeneration, cultural diversity and the New Deal - the potent union of psychiatry and sociology - the coming of age of the sociology of deviation persistent class and cultural conflict - deviance, degeneration and social democracy. Part 2 Regulating deviance - fantasies of social control 1941-1967: beyon. ONTINUE READING.

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Colin Summer charts the rise and fall of a field of enquiry. He argues that the lack of recent "warfare over the terrain over the sociology of deviance is actually due to the fact that the combatants over the years, in their enthusiasm for the fight, have completely demolished the terrain...the terrain now resembles the Somme in 1918. It is barran, fruitless, full of empty trenches and craters, littered with unexploded mines and eerily silent. No one fights for hegemony over a dangerous graveyard. it is now time to drop arms and show respect for the dead". The first part of this extended obituary documents the formation of the field of sociology of deviance from its conception in the womb of Durkheim's social theory to its coming of age in late 1930s sociology. The second part examines the heyday of the field as a popular science and as a critique of social control in the 1960s. The final part analyzes its death at the hands of the post-1968 critics. Throughout, Colin Summer explores the theoretical matrix that held the sociology of deviance together and sets it in the context of culture, politics and social change.