Biosocial Criminology: New Directions in Theory and Research
Anthony Walsh, Kevin M. Beaver
Routledge, Nov 12, 2008 - Social Science - 286 pages
Ideal for use, either as a second text in a standard criminology course, or for a discrete course on biosocial perspectives, this book of original chapters breaks new and important ground for ways today's criminologists need to think more broadly about the crime problem.
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