International Handbook of Criminology.

By: Shoham, Shlomo GioraContributor(s): Knepper, Paul | Kett, MartinPublisher: Baton Rouge : CRC Press LLC, 2010Copyright date: ©2010Edition: 1st edDescription: 1 online resource (728 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781420085525Subject(s): Criminology.;Criminal justice, Administration of.;Crime preventionGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: International Handbook of CriminologyDDC classification: 364 LOC classification: HV6025 -- .I58 2010ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Front cover -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Editors -- Contributors -- Introduction -- Section I: Theoretical and Historical Frameworks -- Chapter 1. Crime Science -- Chapter 2. Born for Evil?: Biological Theories of Crime in Historical Perspective -- Chapter 3. Life Course Criminology -- Chapter 4. Making Sense of Criminal Justice -- Section II: Methods of Inquiry -- Chapter 5. The Politics of Numbers: Crime Statistics as a Source of Knowledge and a Tool of Governance -- Chapter 6. The Subculture Concept: A Genealogy -- Chapter 7. Anthropologies of Domestic Violence: Studying Crime in Situ -- Chapter 8. Methodological Issues in the Comparison of Police-Recorded Crime Rates -- Section III: Crime and Criminality -- Chapter 9. Transnational Environmental Harm and Eco-Global Criminology -- Chapter 10. Perpetrators and Victims of Sex Crimes -- Chapter 11. Financial Crimes in Comparative Context -- Chapter 12. Studying Criminality and Criminal Offenders in the Early Twentieth- Century Philippines -- Section IV: Response to Crime -- Chapter 13. Affluence, Disadvantage, and Fear of Crime -- Chapter 14. Closed-Circuit Television: A Review of Its Development and Its Implications for Privacy -- Chapter 15. Crime and Social Policy -- Chapter 16. Truth, Reality, Justice, and the Crime Genre: Implications for Criminological Inquiry and Pedagogy -- Chapter 17. The Police Response to Crime -- Chapter 18. The European Experience of Crime Prevention -- Section V: Crime, Victims, and Social Divisions -- Chapter 19. Class, Inequality, and the Etiology of Crime -- Chapter 20. Youth Gangs in a Global Context -- Chapter 21. Victim Participation in the Criminal Justice Process: Normative Dilemmas and Practical Responses -- Chapter 22. Spatial Analysis of Street Crimes -- Chapter 23. Understanding Repeat Victimization: A Longitudinal Study.
Conclusion -- Index -- Back cover.
Summary: There are a number of books on criminology in the market, but none as remarkable as this. … As I thumbed through the book, I immediately sensed the world view of criminology that this book provides.-Anil Aggarwal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Volume 12, Number 1, January - June 2011.
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Front cover -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Editors -- Contributors -- Introduction -- Section I: Theoretical and Historical Frameworks -- Chapter 1. Crime Science -- Chapter 2. Born for Evil?: Biological Theories of Crime in Historical Perspective -- Chapter 3. Life Course Criminology -- Chapter 4. Making Sense of Criminal Justice -- Section II: Methods of Inquiry -- Chapter 5. The Politics of Numbers: Crime Statistics as a Source of Knowledge and a Tool of Governance -- Chapter 6. The Subculture Concept: A Genealogy -- Chapter 7. Anthropologies of Domestic Violence: Studying Crime in Situ -- Chapter 8. Methodological Issues in the Comparison of Police-Recorded Crime Rates -- Section III: Crime and Criminality -- Chapter 9. Transnational Environmental Harm and Eco-Global Criminology -- Chapter 10. Perpetrators and Victims of Sex Crimes -- Chapter 11. Financial Crimes in Comparative Context -- Chapter 12. Studying Criminality and Criminal Offenders in the Early Twentieth- Century Philippines -- Section IV: Response to Crime -- Chapter 13. Affluence, Disadvantage, and Fear of Crime -- Chapter 14. Closed-Circuit Television: A Review of Its Development and Its Implications for Privacy -- Chapter 15. Crime and Social Policy -- Chapter 16. Truth, Reality, Justice, and the Crime Genre: Implications for Criminological Inquiry and Pedagogy -- Chapter 17. The Police Response to Crime -- Chapter 18. The European Experience of Crime Prevention -- Section V: Crime, Victims, and Social Divisions -- Chapter 19. Class, Inequality, and the Etiology of Crime -- Chapter 20. Youth Gangs in a Global Context -- Chapter 21. Victim Participation in the Criminal Justice Process: Normative Dilemmas and Practical Responses -- Chapter 22. Spatial Analysis of Street Crimes -- Chapter 23. Understanding Repeat Victimization: A Longitudinal Study.

Conclusion -- Index -- Back cover.

There are a number of books on criminology in the market, but none as remarkable as this. … As I thumbed through the book, I immediately sensed the world view of criminology that this book provides.-Anil Aggarwal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, Volume 12, Number 1, January - June 2011.

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