Exploring Deviance in Canada: A Reader contains a collection of classic and contemporary articles suited to both college and university students studying issues in deviance. A compilation of articles that cover a range of concepts, from basic to more complex topics, ensures students are given both a solid foundation and exposure to more challenging discussions in the study of deviance. Each reading is prefaced with a practical introduction that helps students contextualize and apply concepts to a variety of situations. The book is divided into eight sections that link overriding themes and issues relevant to the discipline. Works from various theorists, excerpts, scholarly research articles, government reports, and discussion papers are sure to pique student interest. Brought together with a Canadian focus, this text concretely frames deviance in a landscape that students in Canada can relate to.