Crime, Shame and Reintegration / Edition 1by John Braithwaite
Pub. Date: 04/28/1989
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A contribution to general criminological theory is supplied by this study's claim that the key to why some societies have higher crime rates than others lies in the way different cultures shame wrongdoing.
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Table of Contents
Preface; 1. Whither criminological theory?; 2. The dominant theoretical traditions: labeling, subcultural, control, opportunity and learning theories; 3. Facts a theory of crime ought to fit; 4. The family model of the criminal process: reintegrative shaming; 5. Why and how does shaming work?; 6. Social conditions conducive to reintegrative shaming; 7. Summary of the theory; 8. Testing the theory; 9. Reintegrative shaming and white collar crime; 10. Shaming and the good society; References; Index.
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