Principles of Criminology

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Rowman & Littlefield, 1992 - Law - 696 pages
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This classic has been the most authoritative text in the field since 1924. The thoroughly revised Eleventh Edition continues to provide a sound, sophisticated, sociological treatment of the principal issues in criminology.
 

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Contents

LAW
3
LAW
21
DELINQUENCY
48
Chapter 4 PERSPECTIVES AND METHODS
68
CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR
86
SOCIAL STRUCTURE
104
CONDITIONS
119
Chapter 8 AGE SEX AND RACE RATIOS
151
Chapter 16 POLICING
350
AND DETENTION
378
Chapter 18 THE CRIMINAL COURT
395
Chapter 19 THE JUVENILE COURT
423
Chapter 20 PROBATION
446
Chapter 21 DEVELOPMENT OF AMERICAN PRISONS
464
Chapter 22 OBJECTIVES AND CONDITIONS OF IMPRISONMENT
475
Chapter 23 PRISON LABOR EDUCATION AND GROUP PROGRAMS
502

Chapter 9 CULTURAL PATTERNS
173
AND PROCESSES
202
Chapter 11 INSTITUTIONAL PATTERNS
217
Chapter 12 BEHAVIOR PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS
244
THE PROCESSING OF CRIME AND DELINQUENCY
277
POLICIES
278
STRUCTURE
302
Chapter 15 INTERVENTION
330
Chapter 24 PRISON LIFE
524
Chapter 25 RELEASE FROM PRISON
550
Chapter 26 PREVENTION OF CRIME AND DELINQUENCY
574
BIBLIOGRAPHY
598
NAME INDEX
674
SUBJECT INDEX
690
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