Social Control and Social Change
edited by John Paul Scott and Sarah F. Scott
University of Chicago Press, 1971
Cloth: 978-0-226-74295-3
Library of Congress Classification HM73.S38
Dewey Decimal Classification 301.15

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Social Control and Social Change is a unique and timely attempt to understand and elaborate the process of social control. An interdisciplinary study from the Center for Research on Social Behavior at Bowling Green University, this book develops some general theories of social control as it exists in human and nonhuman societies and indicates areas in which important new research can be done. The authors present not only theoretical discussions of the various aspects of control processes—biological, political, psychological, social, and social-psychological—but also include detailed research and indicate practical applications of the newer scientific perspectives of social control.

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