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Annette Curtis-Carroll
Overall, I think the reader will find this text provides well-organized background material on integrative criminology. The teacher could use this as a text in a course on such a topic. Although the student may find that they would be able to locate specifically sought after articles or as a basis for coursework in integrative criminology, I find in my work that many times an individual article can be found in such a compilation, so it is especially useful if a library doesn't have a particular journal. And, the researcher will find the text as a source for gaining a background on the topic.
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Integrative criminology refers to a new paradigm of studying crime and justice which incorporates theories from many disciplines. This collection presents 22 essays compiled from various articles in journals concerning law, justice, criminology, sociology, crime and delinquency research, and criminal justice education. Arrangement is in five broad categories on the state of criminological integration, neo-colonial and post-colonial theories, delinquency, general approaches to integration, and the future. A sampling of topics in these categories includes strategies and requisites for theoretical integration in the study of crime and deviance, internal colonialism and ghetto revolt, an interactional theory of delinquency, social change and crime rate trends, and pride in criminological dissensus. Indexed by name, but not subject. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Series Preface
Introduction
Pt. I On the State of Criminological Integration
1 Strategies and Requisites for Theoretical Integration in the Study of Crime and Deviance 3
2 The Peripheral Core of Law and Criminology: On Postmodern Social Theory and Conceptual Integration 25
3 Theoretical Integration in Criminology 51
Pt. II Crime and Integration in Black and White
4 Internal Colonialism and Ghetto Revolt 101
5 White Racism, Black Crime, and American Justice: An Application of the Colonial Model to Explain Crime and Race 117
6 The Colonial Model as a Theoretical Explanation of Crime and Delinquency 127
Pt. III Deliquency and Integration
7 An Integrated Theoretical Perspective on Delinquent Behavior 149
8 A Critique of Criminology: Toward an Integrated Structural-Marxist Theory of Delinquency Production 175
9 The Class Structure of Gender and Delinquency: Toward a Power-Control Theory of Common Delinquent Behavior 215
10 The Web of Conformity: A Network Approach to the Explanation of Delinquent Behavior 243
11 Toward an Interactional Theory of Delinquency 257
12 Reflected Appraisals, Parental Labeling, and Delinquency: Specifying a Symbolic Interactionist Theory 287
13 Delinquent Bonding, Moral Beliefs, and Illegal Behavior: A Three-Wave Panel Model 323
Pt. IV General Approaches to Integration
14 Social Structure and Anomie 341
15 Social Change and Crime Rate Trends: A Routine Activity Approach 353
16 Toward an Integration of Criminological Theories 375
17 A General Theory of Expropriative Crime: An Evolutionary Ecological Approach 411
18 Feminist Scholarship, Relational and Instrumental Control, and a Power-Control Theory of Gender and Delinquency 449
19 A General Paradigm for Understanding Criminal Behavior: Extending Evolutionary Ecological Theory 485
20 Macro-Micro Integration in the Study of Victimization: A Hierarchical Logistic Model Analysis Across Seattle Neighborhoods 535
Pt. V Integration and the Future
21 Pride in Criminological Dissensus 565
22 The Need to Integrate Comparative and International Criminal Justice into a Traditional Curriculum 577
Name Index
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