Sociology of Deviant Behavior
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The Nature and Meaning of Deviance
Deviant Events and Social Control
Anomie and Conflict Theories
Labeling Control and Learning Theories of Deviance
Crimes of Interpersonal Violence
WhiteCollar and Corporate Crime
Gays Lesbians and Homophobia
Social Dimensions of Eating Disorders
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