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Explaining Delinquency and Drug Use. : Sage, 1985. ERIKSON, KAI T. Wayward Puritans: A Study in the Sociology of Deviance. New York: Wiley, 1966. GIBBS, JACK P. ’’ Pacific Sociological Review 9 (1966): 9–14. ———. Norms, Deviance, and Social Control: Conceptual Matters. New York: Elsevier, 1981. , and HIRSCHI, TRAVIS. A General Theory of Crime. : Stanford University, 1990. , ed. The Labelling of Deviance: Evaluating a Perspective. 2d ed. : Sage, 1980. GROSS, LLEWELLYN, ed. Symposium on Sociological Theory.
Assuming that concepts of serious illegality are largely invariant across time and place (Wellford), most criminologists have focused on explanations of criminal behavior or its distribution, with only a minority showing concern with explaining variations in the law. Students of deviance, however, have traditionally emphasized variations in social attributions of deviance and have mainly tried to understand why something is or is not deviant in a given place and time, with only a minority being concerned with explaining behavior itself.
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An Approximate Law of Energy Distribution in the General X-Ray Spectrum(en)(4s) by Webster D. L.