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Elite Deviance (10th Edition) Paperback – Dec 9 2011


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About the Author

David R. Simon earned a PhD in sociology from Rutgers University in 1975, and was a Postdoctoral Fellow in Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley's Alcohol Research Group in 1983-1984.

Dr. Simon is the author of Elite Deviance (Tenth Edition 2012) and eight other books. He has also published over 50 scholarly articles, book chapters, and review essays. He has written over a dozen pieces in popular magazines and newspapers. He is currently retired and continues to write books and articles.

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Unworthy of the title "Textbook." Sept. 16 2012
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Terrible, biased, and a complete fraud. Simon clearly has an agenda, and his overwhelming message is that any organization of 3 or more persons is bent on the entire destruction of the world. If you believe him, the Roman Catholic Church, CIA, and the Mob are all in collusion against the people of the world. This book is required reading for a class, but it loses all value when the author has the gall to cite Wikipedia as an academic reference. Hopefully those of you who aren't required to purchase this book will look somewhere else. Simon should surrender his credentials as an academic immediately.


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