Chapter 1 The Changing Boundaries of Criminology
Chapter 2 Defining Crimes and Measuring Criminal Behavior
Chapter 3 Schools of Thought throughout History
PART 2 EXPLANATIONS OF CRIME AND CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR
Chapter 4 Biological and Psychological Perspectives
Chapter 5 Strain and Cultural Deviance Theories
Chapter 6 The Formation of Subcultures
Chapter 7 Social Control Theory
Chapter 8 Labeling, Conflict, and Radical Theories
Chapter 9 Theories of Crime, Place, and Victimization
PART 3 Types of Crimes
Chapter 10 Violent Crimes
Chapter 11 Crimes against Property
Chapter 12 White-Collar and Corporate Crime
Chapter 13 Public Order Crimes
Chapter 14 International and Comparative Criminology
PART 4* A CRIMINOLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Chapter 15 Processes and Decisions
Chapter 16 Enforcing the Law: Practice and Research
Chapter 17 The Nature and Functioning of Courts
Chapter 18 A Research Focus on Corrections
* Part 4, Chapters 15–18, are only available on CREATE: http://create.mheducation.com.
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