Analysis of the causes and consequences of social behavior that violates norms. Examines patterns of deviant socialization and social organization and forms of deviance control.
Lutz Kaelber ()
DATES: June 16 - July 11, 2014
This course aims to identify, analyze, and explain different forms of deviant behavior, and how society creates, or responds to, it. It considers a wide variety of issues, such as different theoretical approaches to deviance and social control, empirical patterns of deviant behaviors, and temporal, spatial, and cultural variations in these patterns. Topics include disability as deviance, obedience to authority, sex work, pornography, eugenics, the Holocaust and Nazi medical crimes, and same-sex marriage.
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