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One of the most groundbreaking sociology texts of the mid-20th century, Howard S. Becker’s Outsiders is a thorough exploration of social deviance and how it can be addressed in an understanding and helpful manner.

A compulsively readable and thoroughly researched exploration of social deviance and the application of what is known as "labeling theory" to the studies of deviance. With particular research into drug culture, Outsiders analyzes unconventional individuals and their place in normal society.

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Howard S. Becker is a sociologist, professor, and writer who received his doctorate at the University of Chicago. With extensive work studying drug culture and social deviance, Becker is credited with providing the foundations for labeling theory. His most famous text, Outsiders, was originally released in 1963. He currently resides in San Francisco.

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Lecture étonnante et comprehensible - une qualité rare. Malgré le fait que c'était écrit en 1963, c'est toujours juste et correcte.
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HASH(0x977a3bdc) étoiles sur 5 Written over 30 years ago, but still relevant today. 17 juillet 2000
Par Kesselring - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Outsiders is an excellent introduction to the study of deviance, and I would especially recommend it to all sociology undergraduate students.
Although written long ago (first copyrighted in 1963) the material is still revlevant to today's social world. Becker begins this work by defining deviance, how others define deviance, and what classifies one as deviant.
As a particular case example Becker examines the issue of marihuana users (see the relevance?). He discusses how one becomes a marihuana user, how they learn their techinques, how a user becomes are part of a group, and why a user may become labeled a deviant, i.e. the whole process of going from what is "normal" to being what society has defined as "deviant".
Other topics discussed are labeling theory and moral entrepreneurs. The later refers to those people in society who benefit from labeling a group or particular type of behavior as deviant. A very interesting topic, one I think that isn't discussed very often.
The only weekness the book has is the case study written on dance musicians which comprises chapters 5 and 6. These chapters discuss people who made their living as dance musicians during the late 1940s and I found it difficult to connect with just because of the time frame. Perhaps other readers will not suffer such a handicap.
Bottom line: A great book! A must have for sociology majors or those people who make or influence social policy and laws.
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HASH(0x977a3c30) étoiles sur 5 The science of behavioral health must study not only those who misbehave but also those who define what behavior is healthy 18 février 2013
Par Peter Capofreddi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Howard Becker's 1963 book _Outsiders: Studies in the Sociology of Deviance_ begins with a careful attempt to distinguish factors that cause a person to be labeled "deviant." As Becker convincingly argues, the term "deviant" depends not only on characteristics of the person so labeled, but on a transaction between the labeled person and the society that labels him.

One disappointment is that Becker fails to apply the same level of scrutiny to terms used to describe certain categories of deviance. He repeatedly uses the term "drug addict" as a synonym for "drug user." (see. e.g., p. 5) This obviously fails to recognize that not all drugs are addictive, and not all users of potentially addictive drugs are in fact addicted to them. But, what is far more troubling, it fails to recognize that the word "addict," just like the word "deviant," attempts to represent, as a diagnostic category, social norms that are not universally agreed upon.

Psychology's new incarnation as a science of "behavioral health" is regrettably not a single step closer to accounting for Becker's criticisms. Becker writes, "The medical metaphor limits what we can see ... It accepts the lay judgment of something as deviant and, by use of analogy, locates its source within the individual, thus preventing us from seeing the judgment itself as a crucial part of the phenomenon."

The contemporary debate on criminality also largely fails to address Becker's criticisms. The debate seeks to decide, is crime caused by mental disturbance in the criminal, or by social conditions in which she finds herself? A third possibility is omitted. Perhaps the criminal simply does not accept the legitimacy of the law. Becker writes, "In addition to recognizing that deviance is created by the responses of people to particular kinds of behavior, by the labeling of that behavior as deviant, we must also keep in mind that the rules created and maintained by such labeling are not universally agreed to. Instead, they are the object of conflict and disagreement, part of the political process of society."
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HASH(0x977a9084) étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 6 juillet 2014
Par Shannon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
A great book on how behavior is shaped, in part, by reactions to how others label us.
HASH(0x977a9450) étoiles sur 5 Superb! 24 février 2015
Par Grifolet - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Like most geniuses, years ahead of his time in his profound insights about so-called "deviants" ... an unpretentious man of integrity and courage who apparently eschewed jargon (scholarly barbed wire) and expressed views so contrary to the orthodoxy of the era in exquisite prose accessible to non-specialists.
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HASH(0x977a93fc) étoiles sur 5 excellent college paper source 29 décembre 2007
Par D. R. Suggs - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book may be old, but it still does apply today. This is an excellent source into the understanding of labeling theory that - yes - is stilled used today within American society.
I used this source in a college paper I wrote and found it very 'quotable' on a college level viewpoint. This sociological theory also applies to psycological theories within a psychoanalytic and cognitive approach in counseling.
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