The Southern Subculture of Drinking and Driving A Generalized Deviance Model for the Southern White Male
Understanding Corporate Criminality
By Julian B. Roebuck, Komanduri S. Murty
September 30, 2021
First published in 1996. The Southern Subculture of Drinking and Driving is part of the Criminal Justice series. Volumes in the Current Issues in Criminal Justice series focus on scholarship, original thought and research, and readability. This one is no different. Julian B. Roebuck and Komanduri S...
By Martin D. Schwartz, Dragan Milovanovic
July 18, 2019
First published in 2000. This series is dedicated to creative, scholarly work in criminal justice and criminology. Moreover, we ask the authors to emphasize readability. In this anthology Martin Schwartz and Dragan Milovanovic have managed to produce a work that is a combination of both. They...
By Otwin Marenin
January 01, 1996
First published in 1996. In keeping with the other volumes in the Current Issues in Criminal justice series, this anthology is a prime example of joining readability and scholarship. Editor Otwin Marenin has thoughtfully commissioned and compiled an excellent group of essays on the role of police ...
By Sally M. Edwards, Terry D. Edwards, Charles B. Fields
July 21, 2016
First published in 1996. One of the primary goals of this series has been to explore new areas of criminology and criminal justice, topics that constitute the frontiers of the field. This work, edited by Sally Edwards, Terry Edwards and Charles Fields exemplifies that purpose in its coverage of ...
By Jurg Gerber, Eric L. Jensen
April 27, 2016
This collection of scholarly essays discusses the internationalization of American drug policy from a variety of perspectives and features articles on Hong Kong, Britain, Australia, Canada, Taiwan, Latin America, the Netherlands and Switzerland....
By Gregg Barak
August 01, 1995
First published in 1995. One of the most pervasive forms of social control in our society is the mass media. The public learns from television, newspapers, magazines, movies, and books what is happening in the world and how to interpret it. The problem, however, is that full or complete ...
By Michael B. Blankenship
August 01, 1995
First Published in 1995. The Exxon Valdez catastrophe, the savings-and-loan bailout, defense-contractor fraud, and insider trading scandals have inspired a growing number of courses devoted to the subject of corporate criminality. This collection of original essays treats various aspects of a ...
By Wilson Edward Reed
December 01, 1998
First published in 1999. As with the other volumes in this series, readers will appreciate the clear and compelling way this case study is presented. Reed critiques the way in which political and economic dynamics not only threaten, but convolute the intended benefits of community policing. ...
By Leo Carroll
September 01, 1999
Prisons remain a controversial topic for debate in our society. While few doubt the necessity of their existence, there is considerable debate over their purpose, organization, and processes. Do prisons exist to rehabilitate, punish, or simply incarcerate? How do we judge prison conditions? If ...
By Alex R. Piquero, Stephen G. Tibbets
November 30, 2001
Rational Choice and Criminal Behavior" is a collection of essays by experts in the field of criminal justice examines various aspects of the rational choice framework, which deals with the degree to which criminal behavior represents a rational choice. The editors also include essays that cover ...
By Frank P. Williams 3rd
November 01, 1998
First published in 1999. This concludes work on a series Current Issues in Criminal Justice. Criminology. The book represents another milestone in a criminologist’s journey to uncover some “truths” about the discipline and to reflectcritically on how that field has evolved. This journey, some of ...