犯罪学理論総覧<br>Criminological Theories : Bridging the Past to the Future

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犯罪学理論総覧
Criminological Theories : Bridging the Past to the Future

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An anthology of 36 previously published articles and book excerpts that focus on the major theories, past and present, that inform criminology today.

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This book is an anthology of 34 previously published articles and book exerpts that focus on the major theories, past and present, that inform criminology today. While there are a variety of readers available in criminological theory, Cote provides a greater emphasis on some of the novel, newer theories, and some of the often overlooked theoretical perspectives - particularly the newer integrative perspectives. Additionally, an innovative section early in the book contains articles looking at the points where theory and research in the fields of criminology and criminal justice merge and diverge. Features/Benefits: * Some new perspectives not often seen in theory readers* There is a greater emphasis on issues of gender, race, and class within criminological theories and criminality giving the book a more contemporary feel.* The anthology includes and expands on topics typically neglected in other texts, namely white-collar crime; developmental criminology; new penology; postmodern and constitutive theories; and integrated theories that consider genetics, psychology, and environmental approaches.* Brief overviews introducing each article discuss the author, the article's important points, and a context for its development and value.* Discussion questions at the end of each theory section.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
Introduction xiii
Part I: Crime, Criminology, and Criminal Justice 1 (34)
Twenty Years of Testing Theories: What Have 5 (9)
We Learned and Why?
Thomas J. Bernard
The Criminological Enterprise in Europe and 14 (9)
the United States: A Contextual Exploration
Ineke Haen Marshall
Conceptualizing Criminal Justice Theory 23 (12)
Thomas J. Bernard
Robin Shepard Engel
Part II: Biological and Psychological Theories 35 (28)
of Crime
Biological Perspectives in Criminology 41 (12)
Diana H. Fishbein
Criminology and the Holocaust: Xenophobia, 53 (10)
Evolution, and Genocide
Augustine Brannigan
Part III: Social Structural Theories of Crime 63 (62)
Social Disorganization and Crime
Delinquency Rates and Community 69 (5)
Characteristics
Clifford R. Shaw
Henry D. McKay
Incarceration, Social Capital, and Crime: 74 (14)
Implications for Social Disorganization Theory
Dina R. Rose
Todd R. Clear
Subcultural and Anomie/Strain Theories of
Crime
The Subculture of Violence 88 (8)
Marvin E. Wolfgang
Franco Ferracuti
Social Structure and Anomie 96 (8)
Robert K. Merton
Crime and the American Dream 104 (9)
Steven F. Messner
Richard Rosenfeld
Foundation for a General Strain Theory of 113 (12)
Crime and Delinquency
Robert Agnew
Part IV: Social Process Theories of Crime 125 (102)
Differential Association and Social
Learning Theories
A Sociological Theory of Criminal Behavior 131 (4)
Edwin H. Sutherland
A Social Learning Theory of Crime 135 (9)
Ronald L. Akers
Neutralization and Control Theories
Techniques of Neutralization: A Theory of 144 (7)
Delinquency
Gresham M. Sykes
David Matza
Class in the Household: A Power-Control 151 (8)
Theory of Gender and Delinquency
John Hagan
John Simpson
A. R. Gillis
Charles Tittle's Control Balance and 159 (10)
Criminological Theory
John Braithwaite
Thoughts Stimulated by Braithwaite's Analysis 169 (6)
of Control Balance Theory
Charles R. Tittle
Labeling Theories
The Dynamic Nature of Deviance 175 (7)
John Curra
Deviance on the Record: Techniques for 182 (9)
Labeling Child Abusers in Official Documents
Leslie Margolin
Parental Sanctions and Delinquent Behavior: 191 (11)
Toward Clarification of Braithwaite's Theory
of Reintegrative Shaming
Carter Hay
The Social Construction of Crime
Is ''White Collar Crime`` Crime? 202 (7)
Edwin H. Sutherland
The Nature of Criminality: Low Self-Control 209 (8)
Michael R. Gottfredson
Travis Hirschi
Organizational Offending and Neoclassical 217 (10)
Criminology: Challenging the Reach of a
General Theory of Crime
Gary E. Reed
Peter Cleary Yeager
Part V: Critical Perspectives in Crime and 227 (58)
Criminotogy
Marxist Criminology
Marx, Engels, and Bonger on Crime and Social 235 (7)
Control
Ian Taylor
Paul Walton
Jock Young
Constitutive and Postmodern Approaches
Constitutive Criminology: The Maturation of 242 (8)
Critical Theory
Stuart Henry
Dragan Milovanovic
Postmodern Criminology in Relation to Radical 250 (8)
and Conflict Criminology
Bruce A. Arrigo
Thomas J. Bernard
``Three Strikes'' as Public Policy: The 258 (9)
Convergence of the New Penology and the
McDonaldization of Punishment
David Shichor
Feminist Criminology
Feminism and Criminology 267 (10)
Kathleen Daly
Meda Chesney-Lind
Different Ways of Conceptualizing Sex/Gender 277 (8)
in Feminist Theory and Their Implications for
Criminology
Kathleen Daly
Part VI: Integrated Theories and Unique 285 (71)
Approaches
Rational Choice and Ecology of
Crime/Routine Activities Approaches
Crime as a Rational Choice 291 (6)
Derek B. Cornish
Ronald V. Clarke
Routine Activities and Crime Prevention in 297 (8)
the Developing Metropolis
Marcus Felson
Developmental Criminology
Adolescent-Limited and Life-Course-Persistent 305 (13)
Antisocial Behavior: A Developmental Taxonomy
Terrie E. Moffitt
The Development of Offending 318 (6)
Rolf Loeber
Magda Stouthamer-Loeber
Integrated Approaches: Social and
Behavioral Considerations
An Integrated Theoretical Perspective on 324 (11)
Delinquent Behavior
Delbert S. Elliott
Suzanne S. Ageton
Rachelle J. Canter
Toward an Interactional Theory of Delinquency 335 (11)
Terence P. Thornberry
Behavior Genetics and Anomie/Strain Theory 346 (10)
Anthony Walsh
Selected References 356 (37)
Index 393 (18)
About the Editor 411