Integrated Developmental and Life-Course Theories of Offending
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Description: Developmental and life-course criminology aims to provide information about how offending and antisocial behavior develops, about risk and protective factors at different ages, and about the effects of life events on the course of development. This volume advances knowledge about these theories of offender behavior, many of which have been formulated only in the last twenty years. It also integrates knowledge about individual, family, peer, school, neighborhood, community, and situational influences on offender behavior, and combines key elements of earlier theories such as strain, social learning, differential association, and control theory.
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Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
Publication date: 6/16/2008
Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
|Introduction to Integrated Developmental and Life-Course Theories of Offending|
|A Developmental Model of the Propensity to Offend during Childhood and Adolescence|
|Explaining the Facts of Crime: How the Developmental Taxonomy Replies to Farrington's Invitation|
|The Integrated Cognitive Antisocial Potential (ICAP) Theory|
|Mediating the Effects of Poverty, Gender, Individual Characteristics, and External Constraints on Antisocial Behavior: A Test of the Social Development Model and Implications for Developmental Life-Course Theory|
|An Integrative Personal Control Theory of Deviant Behavior: Answers to Contemporary Empirical and Theoretical Developmental Criminology Issues|
|A General Age-Graded Theory of Crime: Lessons Learned and the Future of Life-Course Criminology|
|Applying Interactional Theory to the Explanation of Continuity and Change in Antisocial Behavior|
|The Social Origins of Pathways in Crime: Towards a Developmental Ecological Action Theory of Crime Involvement and Its Changes|
|Conclusions about Developmental and Life-Course Theories|
|About the Authors|