ISBN-10: 020553693X

ISBN-13: 9780205536931

Edition: 2nd 2008

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Description: Criminology, 2 n edition is the most accessible, hands-onnbsp;introductory textbook on the market. The author uses a unique method for organizing the material in this manageable, 14-chapter textbook. nbsp; A student-friendly format -- bulleted lists, summary statements, a running glossary, and a built-in study guide -- prepare students for success.

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List price: $179.60
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/6/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 544
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.706
Language: English

J. Mitchell Miller (Ph.D., University of Tennessee, 1996) is a Professor at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where he serves as Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice.nbsp; He has also served two years (2000-2002) as a Visiting Professor at Moscow International University in Russia and as Director the Graduate Studies Program in Drugs and Addictions at the University of South Carolina (2002-2006).nbsp; He was Editor-in-Chief of the 3-volume Encyclopedia of Criminology (Taylor & Francis, 2005) and has authored or co-authorednbsp;five textbooks andnbsp;one monograph andnbsp;46 articles and book chapters.nbsp; He hasnbsp;alsonbsp;served as Editor ofnbsp;two journals ( Journal of Crime & Justice , 1999-2002; Journal of Criminal Justice Education , 2005-2009). The National Criminal Justice Honor Society named him National Advisor of the Year in 2002, and he is actively involved in both national and regional criminology and criminal justice associations (ASC, ACJS, ASA, etc.).

Crime and Criminology
Introduction: What is Criminology
Criminology and the Criminologist's Roles
Criminology and the Scientific Approach
Criminological Perspectives
The Nature of Deviant and Criminal behavior
Defining Crime
Durkheim on the Normality of Crime
Summary Study Guide Reading 1.1:Crime as Normal Behavior,Emile Durkheim. Reading 1.2: Criminology as Social Science
The Nature and Extent of Crime: Measuring behavior
Introduction: Researching Crime
Criminological Research and Data Collection
The Uniform Crime Reports
Other Ways to Measure Crime
Crime Patterns: Characteristics of Criminals and Crime Victims
Summary Study Guide Reading 2.1: A Professional Thief
Early Explanations for Criminal Behavior and Neoclassical Theories
Introduction: Theories of Crime
Traditional Explanations for Crime
Cesare Beccaria
Jeremy Bentham
The Positivist School of Criminology
Contemporary Classicism and Positivism
Study Guide Reading 3.1:Contemporary Classicism: Deterrence and Econometrics, and Implications and Conclusions
Biological Explanations for Criminal behavior
Introduction: Biological Perspectives
Criminality and Genetics
Biochemical Influences on behavior
Neurophysiological Factors
Summary Study Guide
Psychological Explanations for Criminal behavior
Introduction: Psychological Perspectives
Psychiatric Explanations for Criminal behavior
Behavioral Explanations for Crime
Cognitive Theories and Crime
Personality Theories and Crime
Summary Study Guide Reading 5.1:Media Violence and Youth
Sociological Theories I: Social-Structural Explanations for Criminal behavior
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