SECTION 1 THE RISE AND GROWTH OF AMERICAN CRIMINOLOGY
Part I The Origins of Modern Criminology 1. An Essay on Crimes and Punishments 2. The Criminal Man
Part II The Chicago School: The City, Social Disorganization, and Crime 3. Juvenile Delinquency and Urban Areas 4. Systemic Control and Crime 5. Collective Efficacy and Crime 6. Legal Cynicism and Crime
Part III Learning to Be a Criminal: Differential Association, Subcultural, and Social Learning Theories 7. A Theory of Differential Association 8. White-Collar Criminality 9. A Social Learning Theory of Crime 10. The Code of the Street
Part IV Anomie/Strain Theories of Crime 11. Social Structure and Anomie 12. Delinquent Boys: The Culture of the Gang 13. Crime and the American Dream 14. Pressured Into Crime: General Strain Theory
Part V Varieties of Control Theory 15. Techniques of Neutralization 16. Social Bond Theory 17. A General Theory of Crime
SECTION 2 RETHINKING CRIMINOLOGY
Part VI Labeling Theory: Societal Reaction and the Creation of Criminals 18. The Saints and the Roughnecks 19. Crime, Shame, and Reintegration 20. Making Good
Part VII Critical Criminology: Power, Peace, and Crime 21. Criminality and Economic Conditions 22. Crime in a Market Society 23. State-Corporate Crime
Part VIII Feminist Theories: Gender, Power, and Crime 24. Sisters in Crime 25. A Feminist Theory of Female Delinquency 26. Masculinities and Crime 27. Getting Played
Part IX How Black Lives Matter: Theoretical Developments 28. A Theory of Race, Crime, and Urban Inequality 29. Imprisoning Communities: Coerced Mobility Theory 30. The New Jim Crow 31. A Theory of African American Offending
SECTION 3 CHOICE, OPPORTUNITY, AND CRIME
Part X Reviving Classical Theory: Deterrence and Rational Choice Theories 32. Reconceptualizing Deterrence Theory 33. Crime as a Rational Choice 34. Broken Windows 35. Procedural Justice Theory
Part XI Environmental Criminology: Situational Opportunity Theories 36. Routine Activity Theory 37. The Theory of Target Search 38. Place Management Theory 39. Multilevel Criminal Opportunity
SECTION 4 DEVELOPMENT AND CRIME ACROSS THE LIFE COURSE
Part XII Growing Up Criminal: Trait and Biosocial Theories 40. Unraveling Juvenile Delinquency 41. Biological Explanations of Criminal Behavior 42. Personality and Crime: Are Some People Crime Prone?
Part XIII Getting Into and Out of Crime: Life-Course Theories 43. Pathways in the Life Course to Crime 44. A Theory of Persistent Offending and Desistance from Crime 45. The Feared Self: An Identity Theory of Desistance
SECTION 5 CONTEMPORARY CRIMINOLOGY
Part XIV Pulling It All Together: Integrated Theories of Crime 46. Social Development Model 47. Situational Action Theory 48. Climate Change and Crime
Part XV Positive Criminology 49. Social Support and Crime 50. Social Concern and Crime
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