Criminological Thought: Pioneers Past and Present / Edition 1

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Overview

Offering an extensive look into the lives and times of fifteen notable crime theorists, Criminological Thought: Pioneers Past and Present examines the people who have helped shape the discipline. Features fifteen criminological pioneers. Includes a systematic approach that focuses on one thinker per chapter. Offers an innovative work that places the theoretical perspective within a historical context.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780131190467
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 7/29/2008
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 1,091,101
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

I. Classicalism

Cesare Beccaria...............................

Biographical Sketch..........................

Basic Assumptions............................

Key Ideas....................................

Critique.....................................

References...................................

Bibliography.................................

II. Positivism

A. Biological

Cesare Lombroso...............................

Biographical Sketch..........................

Basic Assumptions............................

Key Ideas....................................

Critique.....................................

References...................................

Bibliography.................................

William Herbert Sheldon.......................

Biographical Sketch..........................

Basic Assumptions............................

Key Ideas....................................

Critique.....................................

References and Bibliography..................

B. Psychological

Sigmund Freud.................................

Biographical Sketch..........................

Basic Assumtions.............................

Key Ideas....................................

Critique.....................................

References and Bibliography..................

C. Ecology

Robert Ezra Park..............................

Biographical Sketch..........................

Basic Assumptions............................

Key Ideas....................................

Critique.....................................

References...................................

Bibliography.................................

D. Social Learning

Edwin Hardin Sutherland.......................

Biographical Sketch..........................

Basic Assumptions............................

Key Ideas....................................

Critique.....................................

References...................................

Bibliography.................................

E. Strain/Sub-Cultural

David Emile Durkheim..........................

Biographical Sketch..........................

Basic Assumptions............................

Key Ideas....................................

Critique.....................................

References and Bibliography..................

Robert K. Merton..............................

Biographical Sketch..........................

Basic Assumtpions............................

Key Ideas....................................

Critique.....................................

References...................................

Bibliography.................................

Albert Kircidel Cohen.........................

Biographical Sketch..........................

Basic Assumptions............................

Key Ideas....................................

Critique.....................................

References and Bibliography..................

Lloyd Ohlin...................................

Biographical Sketch..........................

Basic Assumptions............................

Key Ideas....................................

Critique.....................................

References...................................

Bibliography.................................

F. Control

Walter Cade Reckless..........................

Biographical Sketch..........................

Basic Assumptions............................

Key Ideas....................................

Critique.....................................

References...................................

Bibliography.................................

Gresham M'Cready Sykes........................

Biographical Sketch..........................

Basic Assumptions............................

Key Ideas....................................

Critique.....................................

References...................................

Bibliography.................................

III. Social Interaction/Conflict

A. Erving Goffman................................

Biographical Sketch...........................

Basic Assumptions.............................

Key Ideas.....................................

Critique......................................

References....................................

Bibliography..................................

B. Howard Saul Becker............................

Biographical Sketch...........................

Basic Assumptions.............................

Key Ideas.....................................

Critique......................................

References....................................

Bibliography..................................

C. Earl Richard Quinney...........................

Biographical Sketch...........................

Basic Assumptions.............................

Key Ideas.....................................

Critique......................................

References....................................

Bibliography..................................

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