Critical Perspectives on Social Control and Social Regulation in Canada

Table des matières

  • : Introduction: The Study of Social Control (Mitch D. Daschuk and James F. Popham, and Carolyn Brooks)
  • : Beyond Harm: Conditions, Claims, and Social Problems Frames (Sean P. Hier)
  • : Consensus Perspectives: Classical Notes on Norms, Deviance, and Identity (Mitch D. Daschuk)
  • : Defining Deviance: Critical, Feminist, and Anti-Oppressive Theories of Social Control (Carolyn Brooks)
  • : Research Methods, Statistics, and Listening to Unheard Voices (James F. Popham)
  • : Representations of Addiction: The History and Continuing Repercussions of Canadian Drug Rhetoric (Mitch D. Daschuk)
  • : The Creation of Sexual Deviance: Social Control of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Plus (LGBTQ+) People in Canada (Carolyn Brooks and Kirby Brigden)
  • : “Is That Man Going to Be of Use to Canada?”: Disability as Social Control in Immigration (Edward Hon-Sing Wong and Thania Vega)
  • : Living on the Margins: Contextualizing Resiliency Through the Lens of Marginalized Youth (Kandis Boyko and Mitch D. Daschuk)
  • : Digitally Mediated Moral Panics: On the Changing Nature of Claims Making, Audience Engagement, and Social Regulation (Sean P. Hier)
  • : “The Kids Find It Fascinating”: Museums, Policing and the Fairy Tale of “Crime” (Matthew Ferguson)
  • : The Social Control of Sex Work (Carolyn Brooks and Karen Wood)
  • : Social Control, Settler Colonialism, and Representations of Violence against Indigenous Women (Danielle Bird and Julie Kaye)
  • : Social and Panoptic Regulation through Digital Technologies (James F. Popham)
  • : National Security, Surveillance, and Colonial Understandings of Indigenous Sovereignty in Canada (Scott Thompson)
  • : Beyond Airspace Safety: A Feminist Perspective on Drone Privacy Regulation (Kristen M.J. Thomasen)
  • : Under the Gaze: Policing Social Movements That Resist Extractive Capitalism (Jeffrey Monaghan and Kevin Walby)
  • : Tweets of Dissent: Observations on Social Movements in the Digital Age (Mitch D. Daschuk)
  • : References
  • : Index

La description

This textbook introduces readers to theories and critiques of traditional approaches to deviance and conformity. Using vivid and timely examples of contemporary social regulation and control, the book brings to life how forces of social control and marginalization interact with social media, sex work, immigration, anti-colonialism, digital surveillance, social movements, and much more. Theories and critiques are clarified with summaries, definitions, rich illustrative examples, discussion questions, recommended resources, and test banks for instructors.