This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the concepts covered in the preceding chapters of this book. The book begins with a general examination of the historical development of the Pakistani community in Scotland and in Edinburgh. The agencies of social control draw the boundaries of the moral and social order of the community; they define what is deviance and how to respond to it. The book alerts the agencies of social control to the threats it poses to the existing moral and social order, and activates its control mechanisms in response. It discusses the ways that the British-born young Pakistanis relate to the existing moral and social order of Edinburgh's Pakistani community. The book reveals that four fundamental social institutions constitute the social and moral order of the community. They at the same time operate as agencies of social control within the community. The book reveals that the Pakistani family in Edinburgh continues to be an extended/joint social unit.