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Professional myth and political reality of deviance.

Peter Kent-Baguley

Professional myth and political reality of deviance.

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English

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M.Sc. dissertation.Typescript.

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This item appears on. List. based on social, economic, and political conditions of society, and is established by those in power to maintain and enhance power. equal across gender, class, and social statuses within society. behaviors and conditions that are inherently deviant and occur in the same ways across social, economic, and political conditions.

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Contents. Changing conceptions of deviance official data. 1: Deviance latent functions and society. The.