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NCJ Number: 41958 Find in a Library
Title: PROTEST, UNREST AND DELINQUENCY - CONVERGENCES IN LABELS AND BEHAVIOUR (FROM SOCIOLOGY OF CRIME AND DELINQUENCY IN BRITAIN, V2 - THE NEW CRIMINOLOGIES, 1976, BY PAUL WILES - SEE NCJ-41955)
Author(s): S COHEN
Corporate Author: Martin Robertson and Co Ltd
United Kingdom
Date Published: 1976
Page Count: 16
Sponsoring Agency: Martin Robertson and Co Ltd
London, N 1 8HL, England
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: THIS PAPER SPECULATES ABOUT SOME OF THE PROBLEMS RAISED BY THE BLURRING OF BOUNDARY LINES BETWEEN ACTION LABELLED PROTEST, UNREST, DISSENT, ON ONE SIDE, AND ON THE OTHER, DELINQUENCY.
Abstract: THE AUTHOR CONCENTRATES SPECIFICALLY ON VIOLENT OR DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR BECAUSE THIS IS WHERE THE BLURRING IS SEEN TO BECOME SHARPEST AND THE CONCEPTUAL AND POLICY PROBLEMS MOST ACUTE. VARIOUS TYPOLOGIES OF VIOLENT BEHAVIOR, THE SOCIOLOGY OF VIOLENCE, AND THE LABELLING THEORY ARE EXPLORED....MSP
Index Term(s): Behavior patterns; Behavior typologies; Deviance; Juvenile offender classification; Labeling theory; Role perception; Violence; Violent crimes
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