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“The Sociology of Deviance: Differences, Tradition, and Stigma” by Robert Franzese.
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Franzese jr is a professor of philosophy and holds a PhD in government, he also holds several other qualifications such as A.M., Economics, Harvard University, 1995, A.M., Government, Harvard University, 1992, and B.A. with distinction in all subjects…
with distinction in all subjects, and Economics and Government, Cornell University, 1990 from Harvard university. He is also a research professor at the center for political studies, at the institute of social research. He is also the professor and the associate chair at the department of political science at the University of Michigan. In addition, he is the president of society for political methodology. This is a book review of the book “The Sociology of Deviance: Differences, Tradition, and Stigma” which is authored by Franzese, Robert in 2009. Charles C Thomas Publishers published the book in the same year. The book introduces a broad array of subjects from the sociology concerning deviance. The book takes into consideration the sociological analysis of deviance, a word that is often used to refer to differences. The book is one of the most sought after due to its specialty in certain disciplines among many of the students. The book mostly focuses on the central differences. He uses the book to present a specific angle from which it reviews various traditions in the sociology of deviance. Franzese, Robert uses particular approach in the book to illuminate more through subtitles, particularly in the addition of the word stigma, which he uses to pay tribute to the work of Erving Goffman. ...
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