Another cost is a blindness to the way that knowledge and social problems are constructed.
For example, the encyclopedia alludes to the early twentieth-century emergence of status offenses, but does not discuss later changes either in the definition and enforcement of status offenses or of recent changes in juvenile law.
Bullough and Stephanie Coontz) contributed to the encyclopedia.
I must confess that I was surprised not only by the exclusion of historians from this venture, but also the striking absence of historical sociologists and of history books from the bibliographies.
The omission of references to books by Joan Jacobs Brumberg on eating disorders; E.