New on Early View: Book Review of Best and Harris’ “Making Sense of Social Problems”

In his review of “Making Sense of Social Problems” (edited by Joel Best and Scott R. Harris) Christopher T Conner (University of Nevada) discusses the contribution this new edition of the volume makes to the teaching of the social constructionist perspective on social problems.  He  highlights the wealth of examples given in the book whilst at the same time critically analyzing the approach proposed by the editors and authors in the volume. The review can be downloaded here.

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