Deviance : anthropological perspectives / edited by Morris Freilich, Douglas Raybeck and Joel Savishinsky.
By: Freilich, Morris
Contributor(s): Raybeck, Douglas | Savishinsky, Joel StephenLanguage: English Publisher: New York, London : Bergin & Garvey, 1991.Description: x, 250p. : diagrs. ; 23.5cm.ISBN: 0897892046
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Bibl.: p.217-241. - Contents: Part I, Models for cross-cultural research. Smart rules and proper rules / M. Freilich; Hard versus soft deviance / D. Raybeck; Free shows and cheap thrills: staged deviance in the Arctic and the Bahamas / J. Savishinsky; Part II, Ethnographic essays. Swaziland: witchcraft and deviance / Laurel Rose; Female violence against related children: child abuse as a modern form of deviance in Kenya / P.L. Kilbride; The "voice" of the despicable: deviance, speaking and power in Yemeni tribal society / S.C. Caton; Deviant careers: the Hijras of India / S. Nanda; Taiwan: gangsters or good guys? / Thomas A. Shaw; Faeroe Islands: clowning, drama and distortion / D. Gaffin.