Companions in Crime: The Social Aspects of Criminal Conduct
The idea of peer influence as a cause of delinquency has been around at least since the 1930s, when Edwin Sutherland offered his theory of differential association. Although that theory and similar ones remain popular and have strong empirical support, more recent theories reject the idea of peer influence altogether. This book surveys the research literature on peer influence, shows that most offenders are imbedded in a network of friends and accomplices, and describes numerous possible mechanisms of peer influence.
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Not that I read this book because I necessarily wanted to, but for an academic exploration it was good. It was a nice overview and introduction to peer influence as a tool of criminology. I do have to think that Warr somehow has it out for Control Theory and Gottfredson and Hirschi though. Read full review
Peers in the Life Course
Peers in the Life Course
Crosscultural Variation in Peer Interaction
Historical and Structural Variation
Social Learning Theory
CrossSex Peer Influence
Groups Drugs and Delinquency
Groups as Protection
Cooffenders and Opportunity
The Virtual Peer Group
Changing Peer Relations
Peers as Agents of Socialization
Peer Group Formation
Parents versus Peers
The Group Character of Crime and Delinquency
Features of Delinquent Groups
Other Features of Delinquent Groups
Do Groups Matter?
Peers and Delinquent Conduct
Fear of Ridicule
Ridicule Loyalty and Status
Crime as Collective Behavior
Diffusion of Responsibility
Delinquency as Rowdy Behavior
The Group as Moral Universe
Mechanisms of Consensus
Sutherlands Theory of Differential Association
Evaluating the Theory
Applying Peer Explanations of Delinquency
Peers and the Life Course
Age Peers and Identity
Parents Peers and Delinquency
The Contest between Parents and Peers
Gender and Delinquency
Peers and Public Policy
Age and Cooffending
Heterogeneity of Motivation in Groups
Structural Variation in Peer Associations
Inferring Peer Influence
Qualifications and Clarifications
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