SOCI 262 - Social Deviance
This course focuses on the ways in which deviance and normalcy are socially constructed. It examines how deviance is related to social norms and how norms come into being. Deviance is viewed as a social process of interaction and relation that derives from the social structure and has consequences for it. Various forms of deviance are also considered in terms of contemporary social theory and research.
- Winter (January 15 - April 15, 2024)
Please refer to the Course Outline below.
$44.1 CAD + applicable taxes.
Deviance, Conformity and Social Control in Canada, 6th edition, by Bereska, T. Published by Pearson
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