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041 _aeng
050 0 0 _aHV6025
_b.S483 2012
082 _a364.973
_bSIC 2012
100 1 _aSiegel, Larry J.,
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245 1 0 _aCriminology /
_cLarry J. Siegel.
250 _a11th ed.
260 _aBelmont, Calif. :
_bWadsworth, Cengage Learning,
_cc2012.
300 _axxv, 715 p. :
_bill. (some col.) ;
_c28 cm.
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
505 0 _aConcepts 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.
526 _alaw
590 _aSoikot Biswas
650 0 _aCriminology.
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650 0 _aCrime
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