Shakespeare's criminals : criminology, fiction, and drama (Book, 1999) []
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Shakespeare's criminals : criminology, fiction, and drama

Shakespeare's criminals : criminology, fiction, and drama

Author: Victoria M Time
Publisher: Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1. publView all editions and formats

By exploring Shakespeare's use of law and justice themes in the context of historical and contemporary criminological thinking, this book challenges criminologists to expand their spheres of inquiry  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Victoria M Time
ISBN: 0313308705 9780313308703
OCLC Number: 231836543
Description: x, 172 Seiten.
Contents: Preface The Problem and Elizabethan England A Case for the Use of Literary Works in Criminoloy The Historical Setting: Shakespeare's England Crimes and Deviance Committed by Selected Characters Violence Against the Person Property Crimes Noncriminal Deviance and Nonviolent Sexual Deviance Relationship Between Criminological Theory and the Behavior of Selected Shakespearean Characters Classicalism: Rational Choice: Macbeth Lombrosianism, Theories of Heredity, and Psychopathy and the Antisocial Personality Ecological Theory: Pompey, Froth Social Learning Theories: Othello, Richard III Social Control and Bond Theories: Lady Macbeth, Othello, Richard III Normality of Crime and Strain/Anomie Theories Social Reaction/Labeling Theory: Shylock Conflict Theory: Shylock Integrated Theories Social Control and Legal Issues The Etiology of Punishment The Duke's Judgment Conclusion and Recommendation Appendix: Who Was William Shakespeare? Bibliography Name Index Subject Index
Responsibility: Victoria M. Time.


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