Criminological theories: understanding crime in America

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University Press of America, Nov 13, 2002 - Law - 345 pages
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Criminological Theories introduces criminal justice professionals and students to a general, but comprehensive look at criminological theories. Using professional jargon in an easy-to-read format, this book provides the reader with a clearer understanding of the insights provided by criminological theories.

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Contents

What is Theory
15
Measuring the Extent of Crime
31
The National IncidentBased Reporting System NIBRS
39
Copyright

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