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Criminology / Larry J. Siegel.

By: Siegel, Larry J.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Belmont, Calif. : Wadsworth, Cengage Learning, c2012Edition: 11th ed.Description: xxv, 715 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780495912460; 0495912468; 9780495912644.Subject(s): Criminology | Crime -- United States | Crime | Criminology | United StatesDDC classification: 364.973 Online resources: Ebook Fulltext | WorldCat Details
Contents:
Concepts of Crime, Law, and Criminology. Crime and criminology -- The nature extent of crime -- Victims and victimization. -- Theories of Crime and Causation. Rational choice theory -- Trait theories -- Social structure theories -- Social process theories: socialization and society -- Social conflict, critical criminology, and restorative justice -- Developmental theories: life course, latent trait, and trajectory. -- Crime Typologies. Interpersonal violence -- Political crime and terrorism -- Property crime -- Enterprise crime: white-collar and green collar crime -- Public order crime: sex and substance abuse -- Crimes of the new millennium: cybercrime and transnational organized crime. -- The Criminal Justice System. Criminal justice: process and perspectives -- Police and the courts: investigation, arrest, and adjudication -- Punishment and correction.
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Concepts of Crime, Law, and Criminology. Crime and criminology -- The nature extent of crime -- Victims and victimization. -- Theories of Crime and Causation. Rational choice theory -- Trait theories -- Social structure theories -- Social process theories: socialization and society -- Social conflict, critical criminology, and restorative justice -- Developmental theories: life course, latent trait, and trajectory. -- Crime Typologies. Interpersonal violence -- Political crime and terrorism -- Property crime -- Enterprise crime: white-collar and green collar crime -- Public order crime: sex and substance abuse -- Crimes of the new millennium: cybercrime and transnational organized crime. -- The Criminal Justice System. Criminal justice: process and perspectives -- Police and the courts: investigation, arrest, and adjudication -- Punishment and correction.

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