Courses Catalogue

Crime And Social Deviance

ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Social Work And Social Administration, Bachelor
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: College of Humanities and Social Sciences
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Required Readings

  1. Boyce, Jillian. 2013. “Adult criminal court statistics in Canada, 2011/2012” Jurisdat Statistics Canada Catologue no.  85-002-X.
  2. Constitution of the Republic of Uganda (1995). Articles; 22, 32, 35, 36, and 59.  Kampala: The Republic of Uganda.
  3. Department of Justice. 2013. Community-Based Sentencing: The Perspectives of Crime Victims. Department of Justice Canada. April 30.
  4. Eduardo Bonilla-Silva. 2006. Racism Without Racists: Color Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality in the US, Second Edition.
  5. Fallon, James. 2013. The Psychopath Inside: A Neuroscientist’s Personal Journey into the Dark Side of the Brain. NY
  6. Hacking, Ian 2006 “Making Up People” London Review of Books (28: 16/17) August pp. 23-26.
  7. James M. Henslin, Sociology. A. Down to Earth Approach, Pearson, USA, 2006
  8. Kramar, Kirsten. 2011. Criminology: Critical Canadian Perspectives. Toronto: Pearson.
  9. McKenna, Barrie. 2014. “White-collar crime hits more than a third of Canadian organizations” Globe and Mail. Feb. 24. 
  10. Neubeck, Kenneth J., Mary Alice Neubeck, and DavitaSilfenGlasberg. 2007. Social     Problems: A Critical Fifth Edition. Boston: McGraw-Hill Companies.
  11. Perreault, Samuel and Shannon Brennan. 2010. Criminal victimization in Canada, 2009.  Statistics Canada Juristat: Catalogue.
  12. Perreault, Samuel. 2013. “Police-reported crime statistics in Canada, 2012.” Statistics Canada Jurisdat: Catalogue
  13. Rimke, Heidi. 2011. “The Pathological Approach to Crime.” Pp. 79-92 in Kirstin Kramar (ed.) Criminology: Critical Canadian Perspectives. Toronto: Pearson.
  14. Schoepflin, Todd. 2011. “Deviant While Driving?” Everyday Sociology Blog, January 28. Retrieved February 10, 2012
  15. Vivien Stern, Creating Criminals. Prisons and People in Market society, Zed Books. London , 2006.
  16. William Little, Introduction to Sociology – 1st Canadian EditionTop of Form, Chapter 7. Deviance, Crime, and Social Control
  17. Zhang, Ting. 2008. “Costs of Crime in Canada, 2008” Department of Justice Canada.

Other Reading List

  1. Abraham, M. F., (2000), “Modern Sociological Theory”, Oxford University Press
  2. Bager, P., (1988), “Invitation to Sociology”.In James M.Henslin, Editor. Down to     Earth Sociology. Introductory Readings
  3. Beckam, V., 1995, July-August.“Alcohol and Social Change.” World Health, pp. 22-23
  4. Byrnes, D. A., & Kiger, G. (1992). Prejudice-reduction simulations: Ethics,     evaluations, and theory into practice. Simulation and Gaming, 23(4), 457-471.
  5. Byrnes, D. A., & Kiger, G. (1992). Prejudice-reduction simulations: Notes on their     use and abuse--a reply to Williams and Giles. Simulation and Gaming, 23(4),     485-489.
  6. Cicourel, Aaron. 1968. The Social Organization of Juvenile Justice. NY: Wiley.
  7. David Garland, the culture of control, Crime and social order in contemporary     society, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2001.
  8. David M. Newman, Sociology. Exploring the Architecture of Everyday Life, 4th Ed.,     Pine Forge Press, USA, 2002.
  9. Diana Kendall, Jane Murray, Rich Linden, Sociology in Our Times, 3rd Ed. Thomson/Wandsworth, Canada 2003.
  10. Giddens, A., (2002), “Sociology”, Blackwell Publishers, Ltd. 108 Couley Rd. Oxford:     United Kingdom
  11. Inkeles, A., (2001), “What is Sociology? An Introduction to the Discipline and     Profession”, Private Limited 110001, NewDelhi: India
  12. Innes, Martin. 2003. Understanding Social Control: Deviance, Crime and Social Order. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.
  13. Johnson, Holly. 1996. Dangerous Domains: Violence against Women in Canada. Toronto: Nelson.
  14. Kandel, D. B. 1991, “The social Demography of Drug Abuse.”Milbank Quarterly,     69:365-414
  15. Kong, R., H. et. Al., (2003). “Sexual offences in Canada.” Juristat. Vol. 23, no. 6. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 85-002-XIE. Ottawa.
  16. Kornbulum, W. & Julian, J., (2001), “Social Problems”, 10th ed., Prentice Hall,     Baskerville: USA
  17. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield C. Wright Mills. Sociological Imagination
  18. McAdam and Snow. 1997. Social Movements: Introduction
  19. Nils Christine, A Suitable Amount of Crime , London , Rouledge, 2004.
  20. Quinney, Richard. 1977. Class, State and Crime: On the Theory and Practice of Criminal Justice. New York: Longman.
  21. Samuelson, Leslie. 2000. “The Canadian Criminal Justice System: Inequalities of Class, Race and Gender.” Pp. 273-303
  22. Schaefer, R. &Lamm, R. P., (1998), “Sociology”, Tata McGrow Hill Publishing     Company Limited
  23. Silver, Warren et al. 2004. Hate Crime in Canada. Juristat Canadian Centre for Justice Studies. Statistics Canada
  24. Sinha, Maire (ed.). 2013. “Measuring violence against women: Statistical trends.” Statistics Canada Juristat Article no. 85-002-X.
  25. Vivien Stern, A Sin against the Future: Imprisonment in the World, Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1998
  26. Wheeler, Stanton. 1961. “Socialization in Correctional Communities.” American Sociological Review 26: 697-712.
  27. William Kornblum, Sociology in a changing world, Wadsworth, USA, 2003.