- Lilly, J. Robert.
- Cullen, Francis T
- Ball, Richard A., 1936-
- Crime -- United States
- Criminal behavior -- United States.
- 1412936322 (pbk.) :
- 9781412936323 (pbk.)
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- Previous ed.: 2000.
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 339-377) and index.
- 1. The Context and Consequences of Theory Theory in Social Context Theory and Policy: Ideas Have Consequences Context, Theory, and Policy: Plan of the Book 2. The Search for the "Criminal Man" Spiritualism The Classical School: Criminal as Calculator The Positivist School: Criminal as Determined The Consequence of Theory: Policy Implications Conclusion 3. Rejecting Individualism: The Chicago School The Chicago School of Criminology: Theory in Context Shaw and McKay's Theory of Juvenile Delinquency Sutherland's Theory of Differential Association The Chicago School's Criminological Legacy The Consequences of Theory: Policy Implications 4. Crime in American Society: Anomie and Strain Theories Merton's Strain Theory Status Discontent and Delinquency The Criminological Legacy of Strain Theory The Consequences of Theory: Policy Implications Conclusion 5. Society as Insulation: The Origins of Control Theory Forerunners of Control Theory Early Control Theories Reckless's Containment Theory Sykes and Matza: Neutralization and Drift Theory Control Theory in Context 6. The Complexity of Control: Hirschi's Two Theories and Beyond Hirschi's First Theory: Social Bonds and Delinquency Hirschi's Second Theory: Self-Control and Crime The Complexity of Control The Consequences of Theory: Policy Implications Conclusion 7. The Irony of State Intervention: Labeling Theory The Social Construction of Crime Labeling as Criminogenic: Creating Career Criminals The Consequences of Theory: Policy Implications Extending Labeling Theory Conclusion 8. Social Power and the Construction of Crime: Conflict Theory Forerunners of Conflict Theory Theory in Context: The Turmoil of the 1960s Varieties of Conflict Theory Consequences of Conflict Theory Conclusion 9. New Directions in Critical Theory Modernity and Postmodernity Postmodern Criminological Thought: The End of Grand Narratives? Looking Back at Early British and European Influences Left Realism The New Criminology Revisited The New European Criminology Cultural Criminology Convict Criminology Conclusion 10. The Gendering of Criminology: Feminist Theory Background Prefeminist Pioneers and Themes New Questions Emerge From Women's Emancipation to Patriarchy Varieties of Feminist Thought Masculinities and Crime: Doing Gender Gendering Criminology The Intersection of Race, Class, and Gender Postmodernist Feminism Consequences of the Diversity of Feminist Perspectives Some Implications of Feminist Criminology for Corrections Conclusion 11. Bringing Punishment Back In: Conservative Criminology Context: The United States of the 1980s and Early 1990s Varieties of Conservative Theory Crime and Human Nature: Wilson and Herrnstein Crime and The Bell Curve: Herrnstein and Murray The Criminal Mind Choosing to Be Criminal: Crime Pays Crime and Moral Poverty Broken Windows: The Tolerance of Public Disorganization Consequences of Conservative Theory: Policy Implications Conclusion 12. Choosing Crime in Everyday Life: Routine Activity and Rational Choice Theories Routine Activity Theory: Opportunities and Crime Rational Choice Theory Perceptual Deterrence Theory Conclusion 13. The Search for the "Criminal Man" Revisited: Biological and Biosocial Theories Evolutionary Theories: Darwin Revisited Biosocial Theories Biochemical Theories Biological Risk Factors/Protective Factors Environmental Toxins The Consequences of Biological Theories: Policy Implications Conclusion 14. The Development of Criminals: Life-Course Theories Integrated Theories of Crime Life-Course Criminology: Continuity and Change Criminology in Crisis: Gottfredson and Hirschi Revisited Patterson's Social-Interactional Developmental Model Moffitt's Life-Course-Persistent/Adolescence-Limited Theor
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