Criminology, 10th Edition
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This new edition of Criminology provides a comprehensive, thorough, and global approach to the study of criminology. The chapters include the most current statistics, as well as updated boxed features, figures, and tables. There is expanded coverage in every chapter of the most critical issues facing the field today, and how advances in sister disciplines (including the neurosciences) inform the research for this new edition. The “box” program continues to be updated and improved. In the boxes, significant criminological issues that deserve special attention have been highlighted. All chapters have a number of boxes that enhance and highlight the text-including boxes that raise debatable issues, criminological concerns, and reveal just how the field of criminology touches every part of the world.
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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