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1. Images Of Deviance And Social Control: An Introduction. 2. The Demonic Perspective: Other Worldly Interpretations Of Deviance. 3. The Classical Perspective: Deviance As Rational Hedonism. 4. The Pathological Perspective: Deviance As Sickness. 5. The Social Disorganization Perspective: Rapid Change And Normative Breakdown In The Slums Of Chicago. 6. The Functionalist Perspective: Cybernetics, Negative Feedback, And The Benefits of Deviance. 7. The Anomie Perspective: Normlessness, Inequality, And Deviant Aspirations. 8. The Learning Perspective: Acquiring Deviance In Association With Others. 9. The Societal Reaction Perspective: Labeling And The Social Construction Of Deviance. 10. Critical Perspectives: Toward A Power-Reflexive Deconstruction Of Deviance And Difference. 11. Critical Perspectives: Social Theory And Social Change.