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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Short, James F.
[Chicago] Aldine Pub. Co. 
|All Authors / Contributors:||
James F Short
|Notes:||On cover: Law and order: modern criminals.
"The essays in this book originally appeared in Trans-action magazine."
|Description:||192 pages illustrations 21 cm.|
|Contents:||On criminals and criminologists, by J.F. Short, Jr.--Diagnosing delinquency, by R.L. Hamblin, M.J. Abrahamson, and R.L. Burgess.--Why gangs fight, by J.F. Short, Jr. and F.L. Strodtbeck.--White gangs, by W.B. Miller.--Crime, victims, and the police, by P.H. Ennis.--The respectable criminal, by D.R. Cressey.--Abortion laws and their victims, by A.S. Rossi.--Assassination in the Middle East, by C. Leiden.--Kennedy's death: myths and realities, by I.L. Horowitz.--Why Kennedy was killed, by H.J. Gans.--Scapegoats, villains, and disasters, by T.E. Drabek and E.L. Quarantelli.--What looting in civil disturbances really means, by R. Dynes and E.L. Quarantelli.|
|Series Title:||Trans-action books, 8.|
|Other Titles:||Law and order: modern criminals|
|Responsibility:||edited by James F. Short, Jr.|