Description - Moral Regulation and Governance in Canada by Dr. Amanda Glasbeek
Moral Regulation and Governance in Canada offers an outstanding selection of readings that represents an overview of the key issues in deviance, moral regulation, and governance in Canada from a distinctly Canadian perspective. It effectively tracks the sociology of deviance, from governmentality studies to theories of social control. Of particular note is the focus this book gives to gender issues. It also argues that sometimes what is considered deviant is less related to criminality and more concerned with the perception of normalcy.
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(254mm x 178mm x 21mm)
Canadian Scholars Press
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Author Biography - Dr. Amanda Glasbeek
Dr. Amanda Glasbeek is on faculty in Brock University's Sociology Department. She works and teaches in the areas of law and social justice, feminist criminology, Canadian women's legal history, moral regulation and governmentality studies.