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Criminological perspectives : essential readings

Author: Eugene McLaughlin; John Muncie; Gordon Hughes
Publisher: London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage, 2003.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eugene McLaughlin; John Muncie; Gordon Hughes
ISBN: 0761941436 9780761941439 0761941444 9780761941446
OCLC Number: 50713480
Notes: Previous edition: 1995.
Description: xii, 612 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction: Theorizing crime and criminal justice --
pt. I. Past tense: Criminological formations --
1. On crimes and punishments / Cesare Beccaria --
2. Panopticon, or, the inspection-house, & C. / Jeremy Bentham --
3. Of the development of the propensity of crime / Adolphe Quetelet --
4. The criminal type in women and its atavistic origin / Cesare Lombroso and William Ferrero --
5. Causes of criminal behavior / Enrico Ferri --
6. Criminality and economic conditions / Willem Bonger --
7. The normal and the pathological / Emile Durkheim --
8. Law and authority / Peter Kropotkin --
pt. II. The problem of crime I: Causation --
9. Genetic factors in the etiology of criminal behavior / Sarnoff A. Mednick, William F. Gabrielli, Jr. and Barry Hutchings --
10. Personality theory and the problem of criminality / H.J. Eysenck --
11. Explanations of crime and place / Anthony E. Bottoms and Paul Wiles --
12. The underclass / Charles Murray --
13. Relative deprivation / John Lea and Jock Young --
14. The generality of deviance / Travis Hirschi and Michael R. Gottfredson --
15. The routine activity approach as a general crime theory / Marcus Felson --
16. Seductions and repulsions of crime / Jack Katz --
17. The etiology of female crime / Dorie Klein --
18. Explaining male violence / Lynne Segal --
pt. III. The problem of crime II: Criminalization --
19. Techniques of neutralization / Gresham M. Sykes and David Matza --
20. Outsiders / Howard Becker --
21. Toward a political economy of crime / William J. Chambliss --
22. The new criminology / Ian Taylor, Paul Walton and Jock Young --
23. Crime, power and ideological mystification / Steven Box --
24. Race and criminalization: Black Americans and the punishment industry / Angela Y. Davis --
25. The theoretical and political priorities of critical criminology / Phil Scraton and Kathryn Chadwick --
26. Critical criminology and the concept of crime / Louk H.C. Hulsman --
27. The need for a radical realism / Jock Young --
pt. IV. Crime control I: Criminal justice and crime prevention --
28. On deterrence / James Q. Wilson --
29. Giving criminals their just deserts / Andrew von Hirsch --
30. The value of rehabilitation / Francis T. Cullen and Karen E. Gilbert --
31. 'Situational' crime prevention: Theory and practice / Ronald V.G. Clarke --
32. Social crime prevention strategies in a market society / Elliott Currie --
33. Abolitionism and crime control / Willem De Haan --
34. Reintegrative shaming / John Braithwaite --
35. Broken windows: The police and neighborhood safety / James Q. Wilson and George L. Kelling --
pt. V. Crime control II: Discipline and governmentality --
36. The carceral / Michel Foucault --
37. From the Panopticon to Disney World: The development of discipline / Clifford D. Shearing and Philip C. Stenning --
38. The new penology / Malcolm M. Feeley and Jonathan Simon --
39. Governmentality / Michel Foucault --
40. Risk, power and crime prevention / Pat O'Malley --
41. 'Governmentality' and the problem of crime: Foucault, criminology, sociology / David Garland --
42. Spatial governmentality and the new urban social order: Controlling gender violence through law / Sally Engle Merry --
pt. VI. Future tense: Criminological transformations --
43. Feminist approaches to criminology or postmodern woman meets atavistic man / Carol Smart --
44. Different ways of conceptualizing sex/gender in feminist theory and their implications for criminology / Kathleen Daly --
45. The global criminal economy / Manuel Castells --
46. Beyond Blade Runner: Urban control. The ecology of fear / Mike Davis --
47. Human rights and crimes of the state: The culture of denial / Stanley Cohen --
48. The exclusive society: Social exclusion, crime and difference in late modernity / Jock Young --
49. The risk society in an age of anxiety: Situating fear of crime / Wendy Hollway and Tony Jefferson --
50. Cultural criminology / Jeff Ferrell.
Responsibility: edited by Eugene McLaughlin, John Muncie and Gordon Hughes.

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