3rd Edition

Instructor's Manual To Accompany Criminology

By Kimberly Cook Copyright 2000
    236 Pages
    by Routledge

    237 Pages
    by Routledge

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    The goal of this resource manual is to help students understand crime, the origins of criminological theory, the emergence of sociological criminology and the subcultures of delinquency. It also provides information on the different types of crimes that exist.

    1. What is Crime? 2. The Measurement of Crime 3. The Origins of Criminological Theory 4. The Emergence of Sociological Criminology 5. The Emergence of Criminology in the United States 6. Delinquent Subcultures and Subcultures of Delinquency 7. Theoretical Diversity 8. New Directions in Criminological Theory 9. Interpersonal Violence 10. Property Crime 11. Public-Order Crime 12. Syndicated Crime 13. White-Collar Crime 14. Political Crime 15. Inequality, Crime and Victimization