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Criminology & Criminal Justice


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Introduction to Criminology Criminology Corrections Policing Criminal Justice Criminal Law, Procedure, and Courts Criminal Justice Administration Juvenile Justice Research Methods in Criminology and Criminal Justice Criminological Theory Terrorism Violence Forensic Psychology and Criminal Behavior Race, Gender, and Crime Organized Crime Probation

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Introduction to Criminology

Theories, Methods, and Criminal Behavior

Seventh Edition

Frank E. Hagan, Mercyhurst College

Designed for introductory undergraduate courses in two- and four-year programs Introduction to Criminology, Seventh Edition is a streamlined, focused introduction to the study of criminology with more attention to crime typologies than other texts, plus Crime Files boxes that offer real-world, well-known examples of the crime types discussed. Written by an active researcher, this text covers the basic criminological theories, expanded material on psychosocial and biosocial theories, and a new chapter on computer crime. The full-color design and a new just-in-time learning enhancement--margin notes that link students to online learning materials at appropriate points in the chapters--bring the text to life for students visually and virtually.

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-7971-9 Interactive eBook ISBN: 978-1-4129-7973-3 ©2011, 576 pages Instructor Resources and Student Study Site,


· Updated and increased coverage of topics that truly interest students: white collar, political, and organized crime, various types of violent crime, occasional and conventional property crime, professional crime, public order crime, and computer crime · Additional attention to terrorism in Chapter 11 (Political Crime) and ethics in Chapter 2 (Research Methods in Criminology)

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· New Crime Files boxes · New end-of-chapter Theory-Policy Connections sections tie theory to policy, and new chapter-ending Theory and Crime sections connect theory and criminal behavior · Dynamic new Interactive ebook version is ideal for students in online and traditional courses who prefer a more contemporary, multimedia-integrated presentation for learning. It provides students with integrated links to engaging video and audio as well as access to complete academic and professional articles, all from the same pages found in the printed text. Students will also have immediate access to study tools such as highlighting, bookmarking, note-taking, an interactive glossary, and more! Take a tour of the Interactive ebook online at

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Frank E. hagan is a native of the North Side of Pittsburgh and has earned degrees at Gannon, Maryland and Case Western Reserve. He is the Director of the James V. Kinnane Graduate Program in Administration of Justice and is the author of eight books. These are Deviance and the Family (with Marvin B. Sussman), Introduction to Criminology (7th edition), Crime Types and Criminals, Research Methods in Criminal Justice and Criminology (8th edition), Essentials of Research Methods in Criminal Justice, Political Crime, White Collar Deviance (with David Simon), and The Language of Research (with Pamela Tontodonato).


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Introduction Research Methods in Criminology General Characteristics of Crime and Criminals Early and Classical Criminological Theories Positivistic Theories: Biological and Psychological Theories 6. Sociological Mainstream Theories 7. Sociological Critical Theories and Integrated Theories Also available... Are your students new to online learning? Jumpstart their experience! Recommend globokar: Introduction to Online Learning (see page 39). 8. Violent Crimes 9. Property Crime: Occasional, Conventional, and Professional 10. White Collar Crime: Occupational and Corporate 11. Political Crime and Terrorism 12. Organized Crime 13. Public Order Crime 14. Computer Crime Epilogue: The Future of Crime

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Introduction to Criminology

A Text/Reader Second Edition Anthony Walsh, Boise State University Craig Hemmens, Boise State University This new edition of the authors' popular text/ reader provides instructors and students with the best of both worlds--authored text with carefully selected accompanying readings. Thoroughly updated throughout, this Second Edition provides an interdisciplinary perspective on crime and criminality that incorporates the latest theories, concepts, and research from sociology, psychology, genetics, evolutionary biology, and the neurosciences. New to this Edition · AnewSection11onMultipleMurderandTerrorismincreasescoverageof these high-interest and timely topics. Section 10 now focuses on murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, and domestic violence, making it easier for students to absorb the material. · Newarticlesappearinthestructuraltheoriessection,thesectionsdevotedto violent crime, and throughout the text as needed. · Sectionsontypesofcrimearenowmorecloselylinkedtosectionsontheory to give readers a more cohesive understanding of the connections between the two. · Manynewphotos,tables,andgraphicsthroughoutthebookhelptoillustrate and clarify key concepts and theories. CONTENTS


Crime and Everyday Life

Fourth Edition


Marcus Felson, Rutgers University Rachel L. Boba, Florida Atlantic University The Fourth Edition continues to be a leader in explaining the roots of criminal behavior, and how crime can touch us all in both small and large ways. New co-author Rachel L. Boba joins Marcus Felson in the new edition of this engaging, readable, and informative text and shows how opportunity is a necessary condition for crime to occur, while exploring realistic ways that we can reduce or eliminate crime and criminal behavior by removing the opportunity to complete the act. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Nine Fallacies about Crime Chemistry for Crime Crime Decisions Bringing Crime to You Marketing Stolen Goods Crime, Growth, and Youth Activities "White-Collar" Crime One Crime Leads to Another Local Design Against Crime Situational Crime Prevention Everyday Technology and Everyday Crime

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-3633-0 ©2010, 264 pages

Crime Types and Criminals

Frank E. Hagan, Mercyhurst College Covering the full range of criminal behavior from street crime to suite crime, Crime Types and Criminals provides an in-depth examination of the different types of crime and criminals, including violent crime, occasional and conventional property crime, professional crime, occupational and corporate crime, organized crime, political crime, and public order crime. The author includes a unique onechapter treatment of criminological theory as well as full chapters on topics often ignored in other texts such as computer crime and the future of crime. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Introduction General Characteristics of Crime and Criminals An Overview of Theory in Criminology Violent Crime Property Crime White Collar Crime Political Crime and Terrorism Organized Crime Public Order Crime Computer Crime and the Future of Crime

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Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-6479-1 ©2010, 480 pages

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State, Power, Crime

Roy Coleman, University of Liverpool, UK Joe Sim, Liverpool John Moores University, UK Steve Tombs, Liverpool John Moores University, UK David Whyte, University of Liverpool, UK Featuring contributions by many of the leading scholars in the field, this seminal text explores the key themes and debates on state power today, in relation to crime and social order. It critically evaluates a range of substantive areas of criminological concern, including terrorism, surveillance, violence, and the media. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Introduction. State, Power, Crime Gender, Power and the State The Heterostate Racism and the State Policing the Working Class in the City of Renewal Young People, Youth Justice and the State Power, Politics and the Welfare State The State and Corporate Crime Violence and the State The `Exceptional' State Intelligence, Terrorism and the State Crime Prevention, Community Safety and the Local State Victims and the State Crime, Media and the State The State, Knowledge Production and Criminology Nation States and the Production of Social Harm

Law and Crime

Gerry Johnstone, University of Hull, UK Tony Ward, University of Hull, UK Designed for students with no prior knowledge of law, this book uses a thematic approach to explore the relationship between criminal conduct, criminal justice, and the law. The book covers key topics, including criminalization, fault and criminal responsibility, corporate liability, the production of criminal guilt, and the nature of judicial punishment, helping readers understand how the law constructs crime and learn to critically analyze legal constructions. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Crime and the Criminal Law Criminal Law and its Critics The Formation of Criminal Justice The Modernization of Criminal Justice Law, Criminology and Responsibility Responsibility and Homicide 7. White-collar and Corporate Crime and the Law 8. Proving Criminal Guilt 9. Punishment 10. State Crime and Criminal Law

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-1124-5 ©2010, 232 pages

Issues for debate in Social Policy

Selections From CQ Researcher CQ Researcher This reader covers timely issues affecting social policy, including the current economic crisis and its implications, women's rights, child welfare, policy reform, and health care. Containing engaging and reader-friendly articles, it provides an introductory overview; background and chronology; an assessment of the current situation; tables and maps; pro/con statements from representatives of opposing positions; and bibliographies of key sources. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Middle-Class Squeeze: Is More Government Aid Needed? Vanishing Jobs: Will the President's Plan Reduce Unemployment? Mortgage Crisis: Should the Government Bail Out Borrowers in Trouble? Gender Pay Gap: Are Women Paid Fairly in the Workplace? Women's Rights: Are Violence and Discrimination Against Women Declining? Reproductive Ethics: Should Fertility Medicine Be Regulated More Tightly? Domestic Poverty: Is a New Approach Needed to Help the Poorest Americans? Hunger in America: How Bad Is the Problem? Welfare Reform: Are Former Welfare Recipients Better Off Today? Social Security Reform: How Should America's Retirement System Be Saved? Child Welfare Reform: Will Recent Changes Make At-Risk Children Safer? Universal Coverage: Will All Americans Finally Get Health Insurance? Wounded Veterans: Is America Shortchanging Vets on Health Care? Ending Homelessness: Is the Problem Sovable? Caring for the Elderly: Who Will Pay for Care of Aging Baby Boomers? Aging Baby Boomers: Will the `Youth Generation' Redefine Old Age? Race and Politics: Will Skin Color Influence the Presidential Election? The Obama Presidency: Can Barack Obama Deliver the Change He Promises?

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-4805-0 ©2010, 296 pages

Psychology and Crime

Craig Webber, University of Southampton, UK Exploring the links between psychology and crime, this book evaluates psychological explanations of crime and the use of psychology within the criminal justice system, providing a comprehensive overview that highlights the consequences of crime for victims, offenders and wider society. The book combines classic theory with new developments in eyewitness testimony, offender profiling and forensic psychology offering an engaging and challenging route to a full understanding of key topics. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Mapping the Terrain Interpersonal Violence and Investigative Psychology Sexual Violence and Sexual Deviancy The Psychology of Crime in Groups Mass Murder, Political Murder and War Crimes Psychology and Terrorism Psychology in the Criminal Justice System A Brave New World?

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-1942-5 ©2010, 224 pages

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A very Short, Fairly Interesting and reasonably Cheap book About Studying Criminology

Ronnie Lippens, University of Keele, UK Written in a lively and conversational style, this book introduces and familiarizes students with a set of basic notions which are essential to the study of crime and its control. It explores the interplay between philosophical and criminological theories to provide a stimulating and insightful overview of the subject. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. A Slightly Philosophical Introduction to the Study of Criminology? Transgression, Crime, and Control (on Human Life) Understanding Crime (on Human Existence) Controlling Crime (on the Mastery of Others) The Resolution of Human Conflict (on the Mastery of Self) Criminological Knowledge (on the Absurd) Afterthought

Criminals in the making

Criminality Across the Life Course


John Paul Wright, University of Cincinnati Stephen G. Tibbetts, California State University, San Bernardino Leah E. Daigle, Georgia State University Designed to spark debate, incite controversy, and challenge mainstream criminological understanding, this comprehensive and accessible text helps upper level undergraduate and graduates develop an interdisciplinary understanding of the current thinking in the field regarding criminal behavior over the course of a lifetime. The book ends on a positive note, highlighting interventions proven effective. CONTENTS

PArT I. ThE hINdbrAIN, mIdbrAIN, ANd LImbIC STruCTurES IN ThE dEvELOPmENT OF CrImINALITy brAIN dEvELOPmENT ANd STruCTurE PArT II. FOrEbrAIN FOrmATION, TrAumA, ANd CrImINAL bEhAvIOr Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-5520-1 ©2008, 328 pages

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Criminology violent Crime

Clinical and Social Implications Christopher J. Ferguson, Texas A&M International University Offering an interdisciplinary and international focus on the roots of violence, this cutting-edge book for undergraduate and graduate courses includes the latest research on the etiology, nature, assessment, and treatment of individuals who commit violent crimes. This edited volume covers the foundations of criminal behavior and offers a balanced discussion of both environmental and biological research. CONTENTS

PArT I. CAuSES OF CrImE 1. Violent Crime Research 2. Family and Social Influences on Violent Crime 3. Media Violence Effects and Violent Crime: Good Science or Moral Panic? 4. Evolutionary and Genetic Explanations of Violent Crime 5. The Biochemistry of Violent Crime 6. Brain Injuries and Violent Crime PArT II. ThE OFFENdErS 7. Violence Among School-Aged Youth 8. Violence and the Elderly 9. Beyond Violence Against Women 10. Physical Child Abuse 11. Sexual Offenders 12. Hate Crimes 13. Murder in a Comparative Context 14. Serial Murder PArT III. vICTImS, PrEvENTION, ANd TrEATmENT 15. Victimology 16. Prevention and Treatment of Violent Offending/Offenders Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-5993-3 ©2010, 416 pages

An Interdisciplinary Approach Anthony Walsh, Boise State University Lee Ellis, Minot State University This text offers an interdisciplinary perspective on crime and criminality by integrating the latest theories, concepts, and research from sociology, psychology, and biology. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Criminology, Crime, and Criminal Law Measuring Crime and Criminal Behavior The Early Schools of Criminology and Modern Counterparts Social Structural Theories Social Process Theories Critical Theories: Marxist, Conflict, and Feminist Psychosocial Theories: Individual Traits and Criminal Behavior Biosocial Approaches Developmental Theories: From Delinquency to Crime to Desistance Altered Minds and Crime: Alcohol, Drugs, and Mental Illness Crimes of Violence Serial, Mass, and Spree Murder Terrorism and Terrorists Property and Public Order Crimes White-Collar and Organized Crime Victimology: Exploring The Experience Of Victimization

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-3840-2 ©2007, 520 pages Student Study Site,

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Readings Third Edition


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Robert D. Crutchfield, University of Washington Charis E. Kubrin, Sociology, George Washington University George S. Bridges, Whitman College Joseph G. Weis, University of Washington This Third Edition covers major theoretical explanations of crime and crime control and ties in policy issues. The editors include a variety of updated/revised readings from the diverse criminological literature, providing undergraduate students with an accessible introduction to major issues in the field. CONTENTS


Correctional Theory

Contexts and Consequences Francis Cullen, University of Cincinnati Cheryl L. Jonson, University of Cincinnati Congratulations to Frank Cullen for receiving the 2010 Edwin H. Sutherland Award! This accessible book identifies and evaluates the major competing theories used to guide the goals, policies, and practices of the correctional system. The authors demonstrate that changes in theories can legitimize changing ways of treating and punishing offenders, and they help readers understand how changes in the social and political context of U.S. society impact correctional theory and policy. Designed to motivate readers to become sophisticated consumers of correctional information, the book emphasizes the importance of using evidence-based information to guide decisions, rather than relying on nonscientific commonsense or ideology-based beliefs. Features · Threeunderlyingthemes(theoriesmatter,contextmatters,andevidence matters) are used throughout the book to examine the correctional system's goals, policies, and practices--now and in the future. · Theauthorsexplorealternativevisionsofcorrectionsthatdifferfromthe punitive orientation of the past 20 years, especially the theory of rehabilitation. · Readersareencouragedtobecomeevidence-basedthinkersandtodevelop their own theory of corrections to guide them as citizens, policymakers, and practitioners. · Thebook'sfinalchapterexaminespossiblefutureimprovementsincorrectional policies and practices. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. From Theory to Policy: Evidence-Based Corrections Correctional Theory in Crisis: America's Changing Context Just Deserts: Doing Justice or Getting Tough? Deterrence: Scaring Offenders Straight Incapacitation: Locking up the Wicked Restorative Justice: Reintegrative Shaming Rehabilitation: What Works to Change Offenders Early Intervention: Saving Children from a Life in Crime Four Correctional Lessons: Choosing Our Future Wisely

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-8180-4 May 2011, 296 pages

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Experiencing Corrections

From Practitioner to Professor Lee Michael Johnson, University of West Georgia Written by scholars who have practical experience in corrections, the readable essays in this one-of-a-kind collection draw on real world experiences to illustrate theoretical and methodological concepts and demonstrate approaches to corrections practice. Spanning the three general types of correctional environments--incarceration, community corrections, and juvenile corrections-- the essays discuss working in prisons or prison systems, juvenile residential and community corrections, and probation and parole. Features · Allareasofcorrections--fromcommunitycorrectionstoprisons--arecovered from a variety of unique perspectives. · Essaysdrawontheauthors'practicalexperiencestoillustrateconceptsand demonstrate how to connect academics and practice in the correctional field. · Introductionstoeachessay,writtenbytheeditor,identifykeypointswithin the essay including challenges faced, type of scholarship applied, and overall lesson. · Discussionquestions,idealforgroupdiscussions,assignments,andexamsor quizzes, are included for each chapter, while author-recommended readings help students further explore essay topics and provide possible sources for papers. CONTENTS

1. Introduction: Connecting Academics and Practice in Corrections 2. Looking Back: Reflections of a Probation and Parole Officer 3. Presentence Officers as Beasts of Burden: Coping with Drug Mule Cases in an Age of Punitive Sentencing 4. Experiencing the ISP Movement: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly 5. Patient Evaluations R Us: The Dynamics of Power Relations in a Forensic Psychiatric Facility from the Bottom Up 6. Re-discovering Possibility: Humanistic Psychology and Offender Treatment 7. Administrative Work in Institutional Corrections 8. The Experiences of an Outsider Spending Time Inside 9. Learning Corrections - Linking Experience and Research 10. Corrections: Experiences in State Parole 11. An Attempt to Change Disproportionate Minority Contact by Working in Youth Corrections 12. Helping Residential Youth Pursue Their Interests: Good for Youth and the Youth Worker 13. Experiencing the Parallels Between Juvenile and Adult Community Corrections 14. Working with Minority Juveniles in Residential Treatment 15. Working in Corrections and Teaching about the Field: A Short-Term Insider's Perspective 16. Experiencing the Criminal Justice System: Lessons for Later Criminological Understanding 17. Conclusion: An Essay on the Essays 18. Experiencing the Criminal Justice System: Lessons for the Later Criminological Understanding Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-8847-6 April 2011, 312 pages

Community-based Corrections

A Text/Reader


Shannon M. Barton-Bellessa, Indiana State University Robert D. Hanser, University of Louisiana at Monroe Presenting a more practical viewpoint than other texts available for the course, this book offers a unique textbook/reader alternative to the traditional textbook format. The book is divided into 11 author-written sections (15 pages) that present basic concepts, key terms, and recent data. These sections are followed by two to three research-based articles that incorporate the latest research. Features · Uniquetext/readerformatprovidesstudentswithcoretheoriesandconcepts, followed by carefully selected, edited articles that have previously appeared in a number of leading criminal justice academic journals. · Theauthors'expertiseinspecialneedspopulationsandthecomparativefield give the book a unique perspective. · Photos,tables,charts,andgraphsprovidevaluablevisualsupport. · Articleintroductionsandreviewquestionshelpstudentsfocusonthekey aspects of each article. CONTENTS


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Community Corrections


Robert D. Hanser, University of Louisiana at Monroe "Unlike other books on the market this book seems to pick up nicely where intro to corrections left off. Also, I like the blend of practice with theory." --Kevin Courtright Edinboro University of Pennyslvania Taking a practical, highly applied approach, this probation and parole text weaves together dual themes of reintegration and community collaboration while balancing theory and practice. Throughout, students are provided hands-on practice in community corrections. Features · IncorporatesWhat Would You Do? assignments that ask students to determine the best course of action for legal issues dealing with specific challenges in community supervision · Includes Focus Topics boxes to add depth and detail to selected important and interesting topics and issues · OffersApplied Theory inserts throughout the book to provide a clear and focused application of a specified theory to a particular issue or set of issues in community corrections · Givesstudentshands-onpracticeincommunitycorrectionsthroughthe completion of mock Pre-sentence Investigation Reports (PSIs) CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Definitions, History, and Development of Community Corrections Community Corrections: Public Safety is Job One Assessment and Risk Prediction The Role of the Practitioner Legal Liabilities and Risk Management Specific Aspects Related To Probation Specific Aspects Related To Parole Needs-Based Case Management and Case Planning The Viability of Treatment Perspectives Community-Based Residential Treatment Facilities Intermediate Sanctions Juvenile Offenders Specialized and Problematic Offender Typologies Diversity Issues and Cultural Competence in a Changing Era Program Evaluation and Future Trends in Community Corrections

rethinking Corrections

Rehabilitation, Reentry, and Reintegration Lior Gideon, John Jay College of Criminal Justice Hung-En Sung, John Jay College of Criminal Justice This book explores the challenges that convicted offenders face over the course of the rehabilitation, reintegration, and re-entry process. Using an integrated, theoretical approach, each chapter, contributed by experts in the field such as Patrick Lussier, et al., Doris MacKenzie, Mindy Tarlow, and Faye Taxman is devoted to a corrections topic. Original evidence-based concepts, research, and policy from experts in the field, examine how correctional practices and policies are implemented and highlighting both successful and failed attempts to reinstate prisoners into the community. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Introduction: Corrections in an Era of Reentry Public Attitudes Toward Rehabilitation and Reintegration Treatment of Offender Population Major Rehabilitative Approaches Probation Diversion Programs Prison-Based Substance-Abuse Program Prison-Based Educational and Vocational Programs The Community Re-integration of Violent/Sex Offenders Seeking Medical and Psychiatric Attention Faith-Based Prisoner Reentry Parole Employment Barriers to Reintegration Barriers to Reintegration Preparedness of Current College Curricula to Issues of Prisoner Reentry Integrative Theory of the Triple Rs (Rehabilitation, Reentry, and Reintegration)

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-7019-8 January 2010, 448 pages

Explaining u.S. Imprisonment

Mary Bosworth, Oxford University, UK This lively account asks why the U.S. relies so heavily on prison today, reviewing the debates that have underpinned American prisons over time as well as cutting-edge topics including detaining immigrants, the War on Terror, and prison in the 21st century. Written within the context of the sociology of punishment, this text pays particular attention to issues of race and gender and asks why America is so fascinated with a system that entails enormous financial and societal costs. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. The Origins of U.S. Imprisonment: Beyond the Penitentiary Penal Reform and Prison Science: Engineering Order and Building America Prison Culture: Sociology and Social Change An Era of Uncertainty: Riots, Reform and Repression The Punitive Turn: Laying the Foundations for Mass Imprisonment A Culture of Control Challenging the Culture of Control? The New Detention: Securing the Border

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Psychological Assessment and report writing

Karen Goldfinger, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Connecticut Andrew M. Pomerantz, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Outlining a step-by-step assessment model, this text covers five key topics central to psychological assessment: understanding the context of a referral, determining what data is needed to answer referral questions, gathering the data, integrating the data, and communicating the findings. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Introduction Context: The Framework for the Report Gathering Information Gathering Information: Measures of Intellectual, Academic, and Neuropsychological Functioning Gathering Information: Measures of Personality Gathering Information: Clinical Interviews, Review of Records, and Measures of Behavioral and Emotional Functioning Drawing Conclusions Form and Content of the Assessment Report Writing Style Ethics of Assessment and Report Writing

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Addicted to Incarceration

Corrections Policy and the Politics of Misinformation in the United States Travis C. Pratt, Arizona State University Using an evidence-based approach to explore the consequences of what the author terms America's "addiction to incarceration," this book highlights the scope of the problem, the nature of the political discussions surrounding the topic, and the social cost of incarceration. Travis C. Pratt analyzes crime policies as they relate to the crime rates and evaluates how effective the U.S. has been in lowering the crime rate and addressing the role of incarceration in preventing future crime. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Introduction The Politics of Punishment in the United States Misinformation about the Crime Problem Misinformation about Public Opinion Misinformation about Prisons and Crime Control The Social Costs of Incarceration Conclusions and Recommendations


Paperback ISBN: 978-0-7619-2832-4 ©2009, 176 pages

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A Text/Reader Mary Stohr, Boise State University Anthony Walsh, Boise State University Craig Hemmens, Boise State University This text/ reader provides the best of both worlds - authored text sections as minichapters, with accompanying well-edited readings that illustrate the questions and controversies surrounding corrections today. The articles, from leading criminology and criminal justice journals, reflect both classic studies and state-of-the-art research, and often have a policy perspective that makes them more applied, less theoretical, and more interesting to undergraduate and graduate students alike. CONTENTS


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Introduction to Policing

Gene Scaramella, Ellis University Steven M. Cox, Professor Emeritus, Western Illinois University William P. McCamey, Western Illinois University

This is a comprehensive and contemporary core textbook for introductory policing courses. All of the foundations of policing - organization, administration, operations, functions, training and misconduct - will be included, with additional up-to-date material on discretion, ethics, court rulings, contemporary strategies, technological advances and globalization.

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-7530-8 ©2011, 536 pages Instructor Teaching and Student Study Site,

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· You Decide boxes present realistic dilemmas in policing and ask students to propose possible solutions. · Case in Point boxes use current news articles to illustrate one or more of each chapter's major issues. · Police Stories boxes use first-person vignettes drawn from the authors' previous law enforcement experiences to bring policing dilemmas to life. · Around the World sections provide an international perspective on policing issues to prepare readers to think and plan globally in today's interconnected world.



dr. gene L. Scaramella is a professor of criminal justice and currently serves as the Dean of Academic Programs at Ellis University. His areas of academic foci include organized and white collar crime, research methodologies, and policing. Dr. Scaramella is also a former member of the Chicago Police Department. dr. Steven Cox was a member of the Law Enforcement and Justice Administration faculty at Western Illinois University from 1975-2007. For the past 40 years he has served as trainer and consultant to numerous criminal justice agencies in the United States and abroad and has worked with several universities in the area of course development. In addition, Dr. Cox has authored or co-authored numerous books and articles. dr. william P. mcCamey has been a Professor in the School of Law Enforcement and Justice Administration since 1982. His primary areas of teaching include criminal justice management, policing, and online fire administration courses for the National Fire Academy. Dr. McCamey has served as a criminal investigator, police trainer, and has co-authored two other books and numerous journal articles.


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Policing in America Recruitment and Selection of Police Officers Training and Education of Police Officers The Police Culture Law, Court Decisions and the Police Police Work: Operations and Functions Police Organizations and Administration: An Overview Discretion, Ethics and Accountability in Policing Police Misconduct Policing in a Multicultural Setting Contemporary Strategies in Policing Technology and the Police Global Issues: Implications for the Police Private and Contract Police The Future of Policing in the United States Interested in participating in a class test of this book for spring of 2011? Email Erica DeLuca at [email protected]

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Policing global Policing

Ben Bowling, King's College London James Sheptycki, University of Portsmouth, UK Considering law enforcement beyond the boundaries of the nation state, global Policing examines the forms it takes in contemporary society and the trajectory of its future development. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Development and Contemporary Practice Peter Joyce, Manchester Metropolitan University


This lively and comprehensive text combines an overview of the historical development of policing in the UK, with discussion of current debates and practice. It provides a global and comparative context, in order to shed light on contemporary issues.


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Introducing Transnational Policing National Policing Beyond the State Regional Policing Organisations Global Policing `Global Policing': The Globalisation of Local Policing Global Police : Paradigm Shift or Problem ?

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-8492-0082-0 August 2011, 208 pages

The Emergence and Development of Professional Policing The Police Response to Crime Police Powers The Methods of Policing The Police Service and the Criminal Justice System The Control and Accountability of the Police Service Diversity and the Police Service The Police and Politics The Global Dimension to Policing The Future Direction of Policing in a Time of Financial Restraint

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Surveillance and Crime

Roy Coleman, University of Liverpool, UK Michael McCahill, University of Hull, UK Offering a comprehensive understanding of the relationship between surveillance, crime, and criminal justice, this book critically explores the development and uses of surveillance technologies, the intensification of monitoring and control, and the uneven impact this is having upon different populations in modern society. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Introduction Understanding Surveillance The Historical Foundations of Surveillance New Policing and New Surveillance Globalisation, Surveillance and the `War' on Terror Surveillance, Power and Social Impacts `Contesting' and `Resisting' Surveillance Deconstructing Surveillance, Crime and Power

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Crime Prevention

A Critical Introduction Karen Evans, University of London, UK This book explores the legislative developments, policy changes, and practical strategies that have been put in place in recent years in an attempt to manage the level of crime in our society.


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Crime Prevention for the 21st Century Joining Up to the New Labour Agenda Crime and Community - From Communitarianism to the Management of Crime New Labour's New Order New Labour's Focus on Children and Youth Children and Youth Confronting Racist Britain? War and Securitisation Fighting the Enemy Within - Building Cohesive Communities Serious and Organised? Legislative and Mission Creep in `The Sick Man of Europe' The Changing Face of Crime Prevention

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media & Crime

Second Edition Yvonne Jewkes, University of Leicester, UK

Comparative Criminal Justice

Making Sense of Difference David Nelken, University of Macerata, Italy Addressing the need for globalized criminology, David Nelken looks at why we should study crime and criminal justice in a comparative and international context, and the difficulties we encounter when we do. Evaluating `global' trends in crime, risk and security, the book includes a range of case studies to illustrate the discussion, covering areas such as white collar crime, juvenile delinquency, and organized crime. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Changing Paradigms Why Compare? Just Comparison Ways of Making Sense Explaining Too Much? The Challenge of the Global Whose Sense?


This fully revised and updated new edition established in the field as the market leader explores the complex interactions between media and crime from a critical and authoritative standpoint.


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Theorizing Media and Crime The Construction of Crime News Media and Moral Panics Media Constructions of Children: `Evil Monsters' and `Tragic Victims' Media Misogyny: Monstrous Women Police, Offenders and Victims in the Media Crime Films and Prison Films Crime and the Surveillance Culture The Role of the Internet in Crime and Deviance (Re)Conceptualizing the Relationship between Media and Crime Doing Media-Crime Research

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Crime and human rights

Criminology of Genocide and Atrocities Joachim Savelsberg, University of Minnesota, USA This text provides a much-needed criminological insight to the subject, exploring explanations of and responses to human rights abuses. Linking human rights scholarship with criminological theory, the book is written for advanced students, postgraduates, and scholars of crime, crime control and human rights. CONTENTS

PArT I. ArE ThErE TrENdS IN CONTrOLLINg humAN rIghTS vIOLATIONS? 1. When are Atrocities Crimes? 2. How and Why Have States and Governments been Constrained? PArT II. whAT CAN CrImINOLOgy CONTrIbuTE TO (ANd LEArN FrOm) ThE STudy OF SErIOuS humAN rIghTS vIOLATIONS? 3. Can Genocide Studies and Criminology Enrich Each Other? 4. How Can Criminology Address Contemporary Atrocities? PArT III. hOw CAN humAN rIghTS vIOLATIONS bE FOughT? 5. What is the Role of Criminal Courts? 6. How Effective Can Courts be and what Can Help Them? Paperback ISBN: 978-1-8478-7925-7 ©2011, 144 pages Compact Criminology Series

Crime and risk

Pat O'Malley, University of Sydney, Australia An internationally prominent author, Pat O'Malley, presents a comprehensive but concise introduction to a growing field in criminology, looking at risk within a criminological framework.


1. 2. 3. 4. Introduction Risk and Crime Control Crime, Risk and Modernity Lines of Flight

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-8478-7351-4 ©2011, 120 pages Compact Criminology Series

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Critical Issues in Crime and Justice

Thought, Policy, and Practice Mary Maguire, California State University Sacramento Dan Okada, California State University, Sacramento This collection of essays contributed by experts in the field explores current issues in criminal justice and criminology taking both historical and contemporary material to illustrate the past and present of each topic covered. Drawing on a wide range of sources, the book illustrates the breadth of research, policy and practice implications in key areas of the field, such as crime theory, law enforcement, jurisprudence, corrections, and organizations. CONTENTS


Criminal Justice Ethics

Theory and Practice Second Edition Cyndi Banks, Northern Arizona University This Second Edition explores ethical dilemmas faced by criminal justice professionals, covers codes of ethics, and provides applied examples in real-life case boxes.



PArT I. ThE INTErACTION bETwEEN EThICS ANd ThE CrImINAL JuSTICE SySTEm 1. The Importance of Ethics in Criminal Justice 2. Ethics and the Police 3. Racial Discrimination in the Criminal Justice System 4. Lawyers and Ethics 5. The Purpose of Criminal Punishment 6. Ethics in Corrections 7. The Ethics of Criminal Justice Policy Making 8. Ethics and the War on Terrorism PArT II. ThE APPLICATION OF EThICAL ThEOrIES TO ThE CrImINAL JuSTICE SySTEm 9. Duty and Principle 10. Considering the Consequences 11. The Importance of Character 12. Egoism, Pleasure, and Indifference 13. A Sense of Justice 14. Caring for Others Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-5832-5

Crime Analysis with Crime mapping

Second Edition Rachel Boba, Florida Atlantic University This is the only introductory core text available on crime analysis with crime mapping. Written by an experienced academic and former crime analyst, this new edition provides updated discussion of crime analysis techniques in the context of criminal justice theory and police practice. CONTENTS

PArT I. FOuNdATIONS OF CrImE ANALySIS 1. Crime Analysis and the Profession 2. Theoretical Foundations of Crime Analysis 3. Effectiveness of Police in Reducing Crime and the Role of Crime Analysis PArT II. CrImE ANALySIS PrOCESS, dATA, ANd TEChNOLOgy 4. Crime Analysis Process and Application 5. Crime Analysis Data 6. Crime Analysis Technology 7. Geographic Data and Crime Mapping PArT III. TACTICAL CrImE ANALySIS 8. Repeat Incidents and Tactical Data Collection 9. Pattern Identification Process 10. Identifying Meaningful/Useful Patterns 11. Describing, Analyzing, and Disseminating Known Patterns PArT Iv. STrATEgIC CrImE ANALySIS 12. Analyzing Problems: Process and Statistics 13. Analyzing Problems: Application of Techniques Part I 14. Analyzing Problems: Application of Techniques Part II 15. Strategic Crime Analysis Results and Dissemination PArT v. AdmINISTrATIvE CrImE ANALySIS ANd CONCLuSIONS 16. Administrative Crime Analysis 17. Conclusions and Future Issues Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-6858-4 ©2009, 376 pages Student Study Site,

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Criminal Courts

A Contemporary Perspective Craig Hemmens, Boise State University David C. Brody, Washington State University Spokane Cassia C. Spohn, Arizona State University This comprehensive, accessible textbook for undergraduate Criminal Courts courses, written by three leaders in the field, explores usual topics covered (court structure, courtroom actors, and the trial and appeal process) and also discusses other often ignored topics (judicial decision-making, specialized courts, and comparative court systems). CONTENTS

SECTION I. ThE PurPOSE ANd STruCTurE OF AmErICAN COurTS 1. Introduction: Law and the Judicial Function 2. Sources of Law 3. Types of Law 4. Court Organization and Structure SECTION II. COurTrOOm ACTOrS ANd ThE COurTrOOm wOrkgrOuP 5. Prosecutors 6. Defense Attorneys 7. Judges 8. The Jury SECTION III. COurT PrOCESSES 9. Pretrial Procedures 10. The Criminal Trial 11. Sentencing 12. The Appellate Process 13. Specialized Courts Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-7956-6 ©2010, 520 pages Intructor Teaching and Student Study Site,

Contemporary Criminal Law

Concepts, Cases, and Controversies Second Edition Matthew Lippman, University of Illinois at Chicago The Second Edition combines traditional concepts and cases with unique learning tools, resulting in an engaging, modern criminal law text that has enjoyed success with students and instructors nationwide. Appropriate for all undergraduate courses, the text covers cutting-edge topics, such as terrorism, computer crimes, and hate crimes, in a student-friendly way. The author clearly explains criminal law and defenses, followed by a wide variety of current and provocative edited cases. Features · Editedcasesintroducedbyclearandaccessibleessayspresentsthe fundamentals of criminal law and helps students to develop skills in case analysis and critical thinking. · SpecialfeaturessuchasCases and Concepts, You Decide, and Legal Equations, plus vignettes and excerpts from state statutes and the Model Penal Code facilitate comprehension while allowing students to apply what they have learned · Aninter-chapterAppendix:Reading and Briefing Cases guides students through learning from case reports · Reviewquestions,legalterminology,and Criminal Law on the Web resources at the end of each chapter aid student understanding and retention · New, dynamic Interactive ebook format available: Ideal for students in online and traditional courses who prefer a more contemporary, multimedia-integrated presentation for learning, the ebook provides students with integrated links to engaging video and audio as well as access to complete academic and professional articles, all from the same pages found in the printed text. Students will also have immediate access to study tools such as highlighting, bookmarking, note-taking, and interactive glossary, and more! Interactive ebook is now available FrEE when bundled with the print textbook! Now your students can get access to all of the great features of the ebook for the same cost as the book alone! Take a tour of the ebook online at www.sagepub. com/lippmanebook. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. The Nature, Purpose, and Function of Criminal Law Constitutional Limitations Punishment and Sentencing Actus Reus Mens Rea, Concurrence, Causation Parties to Crime and Vicarious Liability Attempt, Conspiracy, and Solicitation Justifications Excuses Criminal Sexual Conduct, Assault and Battery, Kidnapping, and False Imprisonment Homicide Burglary, Trespass, Arson, and Mischief Crimes Against Property White-Collar Crime Crimes Against Public Order and Morality Crimes Against the State

Law and Social Change

Second Edition Sharyn L. Roach Anleu, Flinders University This is timely new edition offers an invaluable introduction to the sociology of law and its role as a social institution and social process. Discussing current theory and key empirical research from a diverse range of perspectives the book gives relevant examples, from various cultures and societies, to provide a sociological view which goes beyond more jurisprudential approaches to law and society. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Introduction: The Meaning of Law Law in Classical Social theory Contemporary Social Theory and Law The Legal Profession Dispute Resolution Social Control Feminism and Legal Reform Rights and Citizenship

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Criminal Procedure

Matthew Lippman, University of Illinois at Chicago This contemporary, comprehensive case-driven textbook from award-winning teacher Matthew Lippman covers the constitutional foundation of criminal procedure and includes numerous cases selected for their appeal to today's students.


A Text/Reader Cassia Spohn, Arizona State University Craig Hemmens, Boise State University This innovative text/reader provides the best of both worlds: authored text sections provide a comprehensive discussion of the criminal court system. In addition, carefully selected, edited accompanying readings - both classic studies and state of the art research - from leading journals in criminology and criminal justice illustrate today's questions and controversies and provide a policy perspective, making them less theoretical and more interesting to students. CONTENTS



Features · Editedcasesintroducedbyclearandaccessibleessaysbringthecriminal procedure process to life. Additional edited cases are available on the Student Study Site. · You Decide exercises ask students to assume the role of a judge and become part of the criminal procedure process. The Student Study Site offers answers to these challenges. · Questionsaftereachcaseimmediatelyreinforcelearningandend-of-chapter questions help students review for exams. · Introductoryoutlinesatthebeginningofeachchapterorientreaderstothe material that follows. · Invaluablein-textlearningaidsincludeaglossarywithterminologyforeach chapter and end-of-chapter links to the Student Study Site, which includes summaries of leading cases, Criminal Procedure on the Web exercises, and much more. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. An Introduction to Criminal Procedure The Sources of Criminal Procedure Searches and Seizures Stop and Frisk Probable Cause and Arrests Searches and Seizures of Property Inspections and Regulatory Searches Interrogations and Confessions Eyewitness and Scientific Identification The Exclusionary Rule and Entrapment Civil and Criminal Remedies for Constitutional Violations The Initiation of the Legal Process, Bail, and the Right to Counsel The Courtroom: The Pretrial and Trial Process Sentencing and Appeals Counterterrorism

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-4064-1 ©2009, 752 pages Student Study Site,

Criminal Law & Criminal Justice

An Introduction Noel Cross, Liverpool John Moores University The book explains criminal law comprehensively, covering both general principles and specific types of criminal offence. It examines criminal law in its social context, as well as considering how it is used by the criminal justice processes and agencies which enforce it in practice. CONTENTS

PArT I. gENErAL PrINCIPLES 1. Introduction: What are Criminal Law and the Criminal Justice Process There for, and How Are They Used? 2. Actus Reus 3. Mens Rea 4. General Defences in the Criminal Law 5. Alternative Forms of Criminal Liability - Strict Liability, Complicity and Inchoate Offences PArT II. SPECIFIC TyPES OF CrImINAL OFFENCE 6. Non-Fatal Assaults 7. Sexual Offences 8. Homicide 9. Property Offences 10. Conclusions: Where Are Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Going, and Where Should They Go from Here?

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The Search for Fairness and Justice in Punishment Second Edition Cassia Spohn, Arizona State University Offering a comprehensive overview of the sentencing process in the United States, this respected book helps students understand the overall concept of punishment through topical case studies, engaging pedagogy, and a readable author's voice. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. The Goals of Sentencing The Sentencing Process How Do Judges Decide? Sentencing Disparity and Discrimination: A Focus on Gender Sentencing Disparity and Discrimination: A Focus on Race/Ethnicity The Sentencing Reform Movement The Impact of Sentencing Reforms

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Juvenile Justice

A Guide to Theory, Policy, and Practice Seventh Edition Steven M. Cox, Professor Emeritus, Western Illinois University Jennifer M. Allen, North Georgia College & State University Robert D. Hanser, University of Louisiana at Monroe John J. Conrad, Western Illinois University This new edition is a comprehensive yet concise text that focuses on the interrelationships among theory, policy, and practice in juvenile justice. Real life examples throughout bring the subject to life for students. New to this Edition · Anewchapter(13)oninternationaljuvenilejusticecoversglobalpatternsof delinquency, juvenile gang formation worldwide, and responses to juvenile crime in other countries. · Newreal-lifeexamplesaredrawnfromalargergroupofstates,including California, Missouri, Texas, and Georgia. · Recentrelevantchangestolawsincludingcoverageofthelife-without-parole case, Graham v. Florida. · ExpandeddiscussionofgangsbothintheU.S.andinternationallywith updated information from the 2008 National Youth Gang Survey (NYGS) and discussionabout the development of a Comprehensive Community-Wide Gang Program Model. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Juvenile Justice in Historical Perspective Defining and Measuring Offenses By and Against Juveniles Characteristics of Juvenile Offenders Theories of Causation Purpose and Scope of Juvenile Court Acts Juvenile Justice Procedures Juveniles and the Police Key Figures in Juvenile Court Proceedings Prevention and Diversion Programs Dispositional Alternatives Child Abuse and Neglect Violent Juveniles and Gangs Juvenile Justice around the World The Future of Juvenile Justice

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-6104-2 ©2009, 376 pages

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Administration and management in Criminal Justice

A Service Quality Approach Jennifer M. Allen, North Georgia College & State University Rajeev Sawhney, Western Illinois University This book uses a service-quality lens to address administration and management concepts in the criminal justice system, identifying the stakeholders and their roles within the service delivery process. Emphasizing a forward-thinking approach to services in this field, this text provides students and criminal justice administrators with an understanding of how to respond to "customers" and to changing environmental factors, how to better address community needs, and how to respond appropriately to global and national dilemmas. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Introduction to Managing and Administering a Criminal Justice Organization Open and Closed Systems Service Quality Approach Environmental Pressures Power, Conflict, and Ethical Issues Motivational Theories Leadership Theories Communication Policing Administration Corrections - Prisons, Jails, Detention Centers Courts and Juvenile Justice Probation and Parole Security Management Measuring Organizational Effectiveness in Service Quality

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Juvenile Justice

The Essentials Richard Lawrence, St. Cloud State University Mario Hesse, St. Cloud State University Briefer and less expensive than traditional textbooks, this book presents a current, thoughtprovoking introduction to juvenile justice, juvenile delinquency, and the challenges of reducing juvenile crime and of providing equal and fair justice for all juvenile offenders. Offering an overview of the field's most important concepts and issues, authors Richard Lawrence and Mario Hesse include special features such as true-life cases, policies, and policies that capture student interest by responding to the "So what?" question of how these theories apply in the real world. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Defining and Measuring Juvenile Delinquency The History of Juvenile Justice Causes of Delinquency: Rational Choice and Individual Explanations Sociological Explanations of Delinquency Correlates and Causes of Delinquency Police and Juveniles Due Process and Juveniles' Rights Juvenile Detention and Court Intake Transfer to Criminal Court The Juvenile Court Process Juvenile Corrections: Institutional and Residential Juvenile Probation and Community Corrections Restorative Justice The Future of Juvenile Justice

Preventing and reducing Juvenile delinquency

A Comprehensive Framework Second Edition James C. Howell This text covers the latest research, the most promising and effective programs, and provides the reader with a variety of ways to understand, prevent, and control juvenile delinquency. The new edition examines the history of current juvenile justice system policies and practices, including the juvenile violence "epidemic," discusses myths about juvenile violence and the ability of the juvenile justice system to handle modernday juvenile delinquents, and reviews effective prevention and rehabilitation programs, as well as what does not work. CONTENTS

PArT I. ThE hISTOrICAL CONTExT OF CurrENT JuvENILE JuSTICE SySTEm POLICIES ANd PrACTICES 1. Superpredators and Other Myths about Juvenile Delinquency 2. Moral Panic over Juvenile Delinquency 3. Juvenile Delinquency Trends PArT II. ThE rESEArCh bASE ON JuvENILE OFFENdErS ANd gANgS 4. A Theory of Juvenile Delinquency and Gang Involvement 5. Juvenile Offender Careers 6. Youth Gangs 7. Effective Programs for Preventing and Reducing Youth Gang Problems PArT III. PrOgrAmmATIC ANd POLICy rESPONSES TO JuvENILE dELINquENCy 8. Principles and Characteristics of Best Practice Programs 9. Effective Prevention and Rehabilitation Programs 10. The Comprehensive Strategy Framework: An Illustration 11. What Doesn't Work in Preventing and Reducing Juvenile Delinquency 12. Transfer of Juveniles to the Criminal Justice System Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-5638-3 ©2009, 400 pages


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youth and Crime

Third Edition John Muncie, The Open University, UK The Third Edition of this definitive, bestselling text offers the most comprehensive and authoritative overview of youth and crime available. This new edition keeps the reader upto-date on a wide range of contemporary debates and covers all the essentials required in studying the topic of youth and crime at the undergraduate and graduate level. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Youth Crime Histories of Youth and Crime Explaining Youth Crime I Explaining Youth Crime II Youth Victimology Youth Cultures, Cultural Studies and Cultural Criminology Youth and Social Policy Youth Justice Strategies I Youth Justice Strategies II Comparative and International Youth Justice

Juvenile Justice

A Text/Reader Richard Lawrence, St. Cloud State University Craig Hemmens, Boise State University Offering a unique spin on the core textbook format, this text/reader covers the usual juvenile justice topics through text sections that cover key concepts, developments, controversial issues, and research in the field, followed by carefully selected readings. These edited original research articles, from prominent scholarly journals, were written by juvenile justice experts and often have a policy orientation that help address student interest in the "so what?" application of theory. CONTENTS


Paperback ISBN: 978-1-8478-7432-0 ©2010, 488 pages

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The Practice of research in Criminology and Criminal Justice

Fourth Edition

Ronet Bachman, University of Delaware Russell K. Schutt, University of Massachusetts, Boston

"[This text] covers what I want it to cover and is a lot more comprehensive than the other books. [Plus, the] ancillaries are fantastic!"

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Arizona State University

The Fourth Edition provides complete coverage of the use and results of the contemporary methods employed in criminology and criminal justice research today, and teaches research design and techniques within the context of substantive criminology and criminal justice issues. Students will learn about the wide realm of research methods available to them, delve deeper into topics relevant to their field of study, and benefit from the variety of exercises included that help them practice as they learn.


ronet bachman, Ph.D., is Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at the University of Delaware. She is coauthor of Statistical Methods for Crime and Criminal Justice and coeditor of Explaining Crime and Criminology. In addition, she is author of Death and Violence on the Reservation and coauthor of Stress, Culture, and Aggression in the United States as well as numerous articles and papers. russell k. Schutt, Ph.D., is Professor of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts, Boston and Lecturer on Sociology in the Department of Psychiatry (Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center) at the Harvard Medical School. In addition to Investigating the Social World, now in its 6th edition, Making Sense of the Social World and adaptations for the fields of social work and criminology/ criminal justice.

New and retained Features:

· New chapter on ethics, with emphasis on the Zimbardo prison experiment · Increased coverage of crime analysis and crime mapping, and new material on research using video, with video clips on the open-access student study site · New discussion of evidence-based research in the chapter on evaluation research and policy · real-world criminal justice examples illustrate the methods described, capturing student interest and helping them better understand contemporary research and its application in their field of study · Expansive, up-to-date exercise sets for SPSS use in data analysis ethics, and Internet research help students master the concepts and techniques presented · A chapter on reporting research results (Ch 13), not found in other texts, provides coverage of the research proposal, research report goals and types, displaying data, and ethics

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Science, Society, and Criminological Research The Process and Problems of Criminological Research Research Ethics and Philosophies Conceptualization and Measurement Sampling Causation and Research Design Experimental Designs Survey Research Qualitative Methods and Analysis: Observing, Participating and Listening Analyzing Content: Historical, Secondary, and Content Analysis and Crime Mapping Evaluation and Policy Analysis Quantitative Data Analysis Reporting Research Results

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Fundamentals of research in Criminology and Criminal Justice

Second Edition Ronet Bachman, University of Delaware Russell K. Schutt, University of Massachusetts, Boston This is a concise resource for understanding the multifaceted subject of research methods in the field of criminology and criminal justice. This book uniquely helps to teach research design and techniques within the context of substantive criminology and criminal justice issues of interest to students and the field. New to this Edition · Theexamplesthroughoutthebookintegratesubstantivecriminaljusticeissues with research with a greater emphasis in the third edition on the major branches of the criminal justice system. · Newchapteronresearchethics(Chapter3)thatincludesZimbardo'sprison experiment and Milgram's research on obedience to authority. · NewCasestudiesoneffectivenessofdrugcourts,combiningfocusgroups with official police records, homicide across nations,using Google Earth to track recidivism among sex offenders, evaluating the D.A.R.E. program, seeking higher education for inmates, among others. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Science, Society, and Criminological Research The Process and Problems of Criminological Research Research Ethics and Philosophies Conceptualization and Measurement Sampling Causation and Research Design Survey Research Qualitative Methods and Data Analysis Analyzing Content: Crime Mapping and Historical, Secondary, and Content Analysis Evaluation and Policy Analysis Describing Quantitative Data Reporting Research Results

The mismeasure of Crime

Second Edition


Clayton J. Mosher, Washington State University Vancouver Terance D. Miethe, University of Nevada, Las Vegas Timothy C. Hart, University of Nevada, Las Vegas This book addresses the measurement of crime both historically and cross-nationally. It examines the strengths and weaknesses of each data source, the fundamental issues surrounding their accuracy, and the applications of these data in theoretical and policy research. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Introduction The History of Measuring Crime Official Crime Data Self-Reporting Studies Victimization Surveys Crime Patterns, Evaluating Crime Policies and Criminological Theories

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-8181-1 ©2011, 272 pages

Snapshots of research

Readings in Criminology and Criminal Justice Richard D. Hartley, University of Texas-San Antonio This cutting-edge textbook comprised of scholarly articles exemplifying research methods in criminology and criminal justice. The wideranging examples of scholarly research provide the student with a grasp of the fundamentals of research, as well as a more in depth understanding of each of the specific methods used in everyday life. CONTENTS

The Scientific Method and the Research Process in Criminology and Criminal Justice Criminological Theory and the Scientific Method Ethics in the Research Process Conceptualization and Measurement Sampling Experimental and Quasi Experimental Research Designs Survey Research and Interviews Qualitative Research ­ Participant Observation, Focus Groups and Case Studies Unobtrusive Methods ­ Secondary Analysis, Content Analysis, Crime Mapping, and MetaAnalysis 10. Mixed Methods Research 11. Evaluation Research and Policy Analysis Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-8919-0 ©2011, 464 pages 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

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doing Criminological research

Second Edition Pamela Davies, Northumbria University, UK Peter Francis, Northumbria University, UK Victor Jupp, Northumbria University, UK The new edition of this bestselling textbook brings criminological research alive for students. It introduces the processes and practicalities of preparing, doing, experiencing and reflecting upon criminological research. CONTENTS

PArT I. PrEPArINg CrImINOLOgICAL rESEArCh 1. Planning Criminological Research 2. Formulating Criminological Research Questions 3. Methodological Approaches to Criminological Research 4. The Politics of Criminological Research PArT II. dOINg CrImINOLOgICAL rESEArCh 5. Undertaking a Criminological Literature Review 6. Mapping and Using Crime Data in Criminological Research 7. Doing Interviews in Prison 8. Using Survey Research to Measure Crime, Fear and Victimization and Jason Ditton 9. Carrying out Appreciative Ethnography in the Context of Policing 10. Using Images to Understand Crime and Justice 11. Doing Comparative Criminological Research 12. Using the Internet to Research Crime and Justice PArT III. rEFLECTINg ON CrImINOLOgICAL rESEArCh 13. Ethics and Criminological Research 14. Researching Crime, Criminal Justice and Social Divisions 15. The Media and Criminological Research 16. Criminological Research and Critical Inquiry Paperback ISBN: 978-1-8486-0653-1 January 2011, 272 pages

understanding Social research

Thinking Creatively about Method Jennifer Mason, University of Manchester, UK Angela Dale, University of Manchester, UK The book explores methodological approaches in three key areas - personal life and relationships; places and mobilities, and socio-cultural change. understanding Social research brings together leading researchers in the social sciences ­ including sociology, health, geography, psychology and social statistics - to elaborate their approach to research design and practice, based on their own research experience, and to consider what kinds of knowledge their methods can produce. CONTENTS

1. Creative Tensions in Social Research PArT I. rESEArChINg rELATIONShIPS ANd PErSONAL LIFE 2. Experimenting with Qualitative Methods 3. Using Psychoanalytic Methodology in Psychosocial Research 4. Using Biographical and Longitudinal Methods 5. Using Social Network Analysis 6. Using Survey Data PArT II. rESEArChINg PLACE 7. Using Ethnographic Methods to Study Places On The Move 8. Using Sociotechnical Methods: Researching Human-Technological Dynamics in the City 9. Using Participatory Methods and Community Researchers 10. Innovative Ways of Mapping Data about Places PArT III. rESEArChINg ChANgE 11. Using Archived Qualitative Data 12. What's History Got to Do with It? Researching Sexual Histories 13. Using Qualitative Methods to Complement Randomized Controlled Trials 14. Exploring the Narrative Potential of Cohort Data and Event History Analysis 15. Using Longitudinal Survey Data Paperback ISBN: 978-1-8486-0145-1 January 2011, 264 pages

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Social research

An Introduction Second Edition Matthew David, Brunel University Carole D. Sutton, University of Plymouth The new edition of David and Sutton's text provides those new to social research with a comprehensive introduction to the theory, logic and practical methods of qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods research. Covering all aspects of research design, data collection, data analysis and writing up, this book is the essential companion for all undergraduate and postgraduate students embarking on a methods course or social research project. CONTENTS

PArT I. STArTINg yOur rESEArCh PArT II. dATA COLLECTION STrATEgIES PArT III. dATA ANALySIS PArT Iv. PrESENTINg rESEArCh Paperback ISBN: 978-1-8478-7013-1 January 2011, 680 pages

doing your Literature review

Traditional and Systematic Techniques Jill Jesson, Aston University Lydia Matheson, Aston University This book is an accessible and practical introduction for students on how to conduct both "traditional" and systematic literature reviews and incorporate them into their research. This book is ideal for any health, business or social science student looking to embark upon their own project. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Introduction and Overview, What This Text Adds to Existing Sources Searching: The Library as Resource Reading Different Types of Literature Being Critical and Evaluating the Literature The Traditional Review Writing up Your Review Systematic Review Undertaking Meta-Analysis Referencing Styles

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your research Project

Designing and Planning Your Work Third Edition Nicholas Walliman, Oxford Brookes University In the Third Edition of this best-selling book, you'll find everything you need to embark upon your research project with confidence. Written with the needs of students at undergraduate, Masters and postgraduate level in mind, your research Project will guide you through the process of formulating a research question, choosing your research methods, planning your research, and getting started. CONTENTS

1. Introduction: Who Is This Book For, Aims of the Book, How It Should Be Used 2. Research and the Research Problem 3. What Is Research 4. What It Is For 5. Different Types of Research 6. Starting Your Own Research 7. Good Research 8. The Research Process 9. Finding and Defining a Research Problem 10. Planning a Research Project 11. Research Theory and the Nature of Knowledge 12. Debate on the Nature of Knowledge 13. Positivism and Scientific Enquiry 14. Induction, Deduction, Hypothetico Deductive Method 15. Interpretivist Approach 16. Postmodernism and Relativism 17. Nature and Use of Argument 18. Information and How to Deal with It 19. Sources of Information 20. Managing Information Paperback ISBN: 978-1-8492-0462-0 May 2011, 352 pages 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. Doing a Literature Review Overview of Research Methods Why You Need to Know about These Theory, Concepts, Quantification of Concepts Nature and Measurement of Data Quantitative and Qualitative Research Collecting Secondary Data Collecting Primary Data Analyzing Quantitative Data Analysing Qualitative Data Combined Data Generation and Analysis Honesty and Research Ethics Honesty in Your Work Situations that Raise Ethical Issues Ethics Policies and Getting Permissions Preparing the Research Proposal Types of Proposal Proposal Formats Hypotheses, Do I Need One? Writing the Proposal Getting Your Proposal Approved Embarking on the Research and Starting to Write

The Ethics of research with Children and young People

A Practical Handbook Priscilla Alderson, Institute of Education Virginia Morrow, Institute of Education The authors cover ethics at every stage of research, and with all kinds of research participants, particularly focusing on those who are vulnerable or neglected. They break down the process of researching with children and young people into ten stages, each with its own set of related questions and problems, to help the reader understand the ethical issues which they need to address at each stage of their research. CONTENTS

PArT I. ThE PLANNINg STAgES PArT II. ThE dATA COLLECTINg STAgE PArT III. ThE wrITINg, rEPOrTINg ANd FOLLOw uP STAgES Paperback ISBN: 978-0-8570-2137-3 January 2011, 176 pages


The Essential guide to using the web for research

Nigel Ford In recent years, the internet has provided students and researchers with fantastic opportunities and a distinct set of challenges. In his new book, the author shows how these opportunities and challenges impact on student research projects and explains the skills needed to navigate the web and use it effectively, emphasizing independent learning and the ability to critically assess information and transform it into effective evidence. CONTENTS

1. Becoming an Evidence-Based Critical Thinker 2. This Book 3. Learning and Critical Thinking - The Essentials 4. Learning and Assessment Basics 5. Essential Learning Components 6. Information, Evidence, Claims and Argument 7. Clarifying the Nature of Your Journey 8. Your Journey Plan 9. Finding Quality Information 10. Defining `Authoritative' 11. Information Seeking 12. Types of Information Source and Search Tool 13. Types of Information Source 14. Types of Search Tool 15. Mapping Search Approaches and Techniques to Information Needs 16. Search Approaches and Search Techniques 17. Directory-Based Browsing and Searching 18. Similarity Searching 19. Search Engine Clustering 20. Citation Searching Paperback ISBN: 978-0-8570-2365-0 June 2011, 216 pages 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. Advanced Search Techniques Search Tools in Detail Altavista Ask Bing Clusty Exalead Google Google Directory Google Scholar Intute Scopus Web of Knowledge Other Search Tools Information Intelligence Organizing, Storing, Retrieving and Sharing Your Information Transforming Information into Quality Evidence From Quality Evidence to Convincing Arguments Expressing and Presenting Your Arguments Where Do I Go from Here? Future Developments in Web Search, Teaching and Research

using Narrative in research

Christine Bold, Liverpool Hope University This book does everything that a methods book needs to do. It is practical, yet sets out the theory and history behind the approach, and it looks explicitly at design, ethics, data gathering, data analysis and writing as an ongoing process of narrative research. Bold's text deals comprehensively with conceptual issues within narrative research and is driven throughout by a range of real research specific examples of narrative analysis in action. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. An Introduction The Nature of Narrative Designing a Narrative Inquiry Ethics in Narrative Research Provoking and Sustaining Reflective Thought 6. Narrative Data Collection 7. Analysis of Narrative Data 8. Representative Constructions in Narrative Analysis 9. Reporting Narrative Research

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research methodology

A Step-by-Step Guide for Beginners Third Edition

Social Statistics for a diverse Society

Sixth Edition Chava Frankfort-Nachmias, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Anna Leon-Guerrero, Pacific Lutheran University The new edition emphasizes intuition and common sense, while demonstrating the link between the practice of statistics and important social issues. Recognizing that today's students live in a world characterized by a growing diversity and richness of social differences, the authors help students learn key sociological concepts through real research examples related to the dynamic interplay of race, class, gender, and other social variables. In addition, guides for reading and interpreting the research literature help students understand key concepts, while SPSS demonstrations and a rich variety of exercises help them hone their problem-solving skills. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. The What and the Why of Statistics Organization of Information Graphic Presentation Measures of Central Tendency Measures of Variability The Normal Distribution Sampling and Sampling Distributions Estimation 9. Testing Hypotheses 10. Relationships between Two Variables: Cross-Tabulation 11. The Chi-Square Test 12. Measures of Association for Nominal and Ordinal Variables 13. Regression and Correlation 14. Analysis of Variance


Ranjit Kumar, University of Western Australia Written specifically for students with no previous experience of research and research methodology, this Third Edition integrates various quantitative and qualitative methodologies into eight practice-based-steps, providing lots of examples throughout to link theory with practice. The book has been revised and updated to include extended coverage of qualitative research methods in addition to existing comprehensive coverage of quantitative methods. CONTENTS


Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-9253-4 ©2011, 608 pages

qualitative research methods

Monique Hennink, Emory University Inge Hutter, University of Groningen Ajay Bailey, University of Groningen qualitative research methods is based on the authors' highly successful multidisciplinary qualitative methods workshops, which have been conducted for over a decade. In this book the authors propose a "qualitative research cycle" that leads students through the selection of appropriate methods, the collection of data and the transformation of findings into a finished project. It provides a clear explanation of the nature of qualitative research and its key concepts. CONTENTS

1. The Nature of Qualitative Research PArT I. ThE dESIgN CyCLE 2. The Design Cycle 3. Ethical Issues in Qualitative Research PArT II. ThE EThNOgrAPhIC CyCLE 4. Participant Recruitment 5. In-Depth Interviews 6. Focus Group Discussions 7. Observation PArT III. ThE ANALyTIC CyCLE 8. Data Preparation and Developing Codes 9. Textual Data Analysis 10. Writing Qualitative Research Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-2226-5 ©2011, 328 pages

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using Ibm® SPSS® Statistics for Social Statistics and research methods

Third Edition William E. Wagner, III, California State University, Channel Islands Ideal as a companion to a statistics or research methods text or as a stand-alone guide, this book uses images and directions drawn directly from SPSS/PASW Version 18.0 (for both PC and Mac computers) to teach undergraduate students how to use the software to manage data or to conduct statistical data analysis. The Third Edition also offers the use of a dataset from the latest version of the General Social Survey (GSS). CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. Overview Transforming Variables Selecting and Sampling Cases Organization and Presentation of Information 5. Charts and Graphs 6. Cross-Tabulations and Measures of Association for Nominal and Ordinal Variables Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-9142-1 ©2011, 160 pages Student Study Site, 7. Correlations and Regression Analysis 8. Logistic Regression Analysis 9. Testing Hypothesis using Means and Crosstabulation 10. Analysis of Variance 11. Editing Output 12. Advanced Applications

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using SPSS for Social Statistics and research methods

Second Edition William E. Wagner III, California State University, Channel Islands Ideal as a companion to a statistics or research methods text or as a stand-alone guide, this text shows readers how to use SPSS software in statistical data analysis. This fully updated Second Edition features images and directions drawn from SPSS Version 17.0 and now uses the latest version of the GSS (General Social Survey) as a secondary data set. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Overview Transforming Variables Selecting and Sampling Cases Organization and Presentation of Information Charts and Graphs Cross-Tabulation and Measures of Association for Nominal and Ordinal Variables Correlation and Regression Analysis Testing Hypotheses Using Means and Cross-Tabulation Analysis of Variance Editing Output Advanced Applications

Survey research methods

Fourth Edition


Floyd J. Fowler, Jr., University of Massachusetts Boston and Center for Survey Research In the Fourth Edition , author provides students and researchers who want to collect, analyze, or read about survey data with a sound basis for evaluating how each aspect of a survey can affect its precision, accuracy, and credibility. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. Introduction Types of Error in Surveys Sampling Nonresponse: Implementing a Sample Design 5. Methods of Data Collection 6. Designing Questions to be Good Measures 7. Evaluating Survey Questions and Instruments 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Survey Interviewing Preparing Survey Data for Analysis Analyzing Survey Data Ethical Issues in Survey Research Providing Information about Survey Methods 13. Survey Error in Perspective

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-5841-7 ©2009, 216 pages

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Action research

Third Edition Ernest T. Stringer, Curtin University of Technology The Third Edition of this popular text provides a simple but highly effective model for approaching action research, and the tools necessary to assist the researcher in working through the research process.

An Introduction to qualitative research

Fourth Edition Uwe Flick, Alice-Salomon University of Applied Sciences, Berlin Guiding students step-by-step through the qualitative research process, this classic text provides unmatched coverage of the full range of qualitative methods and approaches available, including a new chapter on Grounded Theory. CONTENTS

PArT I. FrAmEwOrk PArT II. FrOm ThEOry TO TExT PArT III. rESEArCh dESIgN PArT Iv. vErbAL dATA PArT v. ObSErvATION ANd mEdIATEd dATA PArT vI. FrOm TExT TO ThEOry PArT vII. grOuNdINg ANd wrITINg quALITATIvE rESEArCh PArT vIII. quALITATIvE rESEArCh: INTEgrATION ANd OuTLOOk Paperback ISBN: 978-1-8478-7324-8 ©2010, 528 pages


1. Research in Professional and Public Life 2. Theory and Principles of Action Research 3. Setting the Stage: Planning a Research Process 4. Look: Building the Picture 5. Think: Interpreting and Analyzing Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-5223-1 ©2007, 304 pages 6. Act: Resolving Problems--Planning and Implementing Sustainable Solutions 7. Strategic Planning for Sustainable Change and Development 8. Formal Reports 9. Understanding Action Research

Case Study research

Design and Methods Fourth Edition Robert K. Yin, COSMOS Corporation This text offers comprehensive coverage of the design and use of the case study method as a valid research tool. CONTENTS

1. Introduction 2. Designing Case Studies 3. Preparing to Collect Case Study Evidence Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-6099-1 ©2009, 240 pages 4. Collecting Case Study Evidence 5. Analyzing Case Study Evidence 6. Reporting Case Studies

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Criminological Theory

Context and Consequences Fifth Edition J. Robert Lilly, Northern Kentucky University Francis T. Cullen, University of Cincinnati Richard A. Ball, Pennsylvania State University, Fayette Congratulations to Frank Cullen for receiving the 2010 Edwin H. Sutherland Award! Offering a rich introduction to how scholars analyze crime, this Fifth Edition of the authors' clear, accessible text moves readers beyond commonsense knowledge of crime to a deeper understanding of the importance of theory in shaping crime control policies. This thoroughly revised edition covers traditional and contemporary theory within a larger sociological and historical context. It now includes new sources that assess the empirical status of the major theories, as well as updated coverage of crime control policies and their connection to criminological theory. New to this Edition · Newchapter(Ch11.CrimesofthePowerful)ontheoriesofwhite-collarcrime offers thorough coverage that spans the writings of Edwin Sutherland to more contemporary developments. · AsubstantiallyrevisedChapter14onbiosocialcriminologyincludesthelatest research in this growing area, including such advances in biotechnology as brain imaging and implications of DNA. · DiscussionsofnewtheoreticaldevelopmentsrangefromHirschi'scontroltheory and behavioral economics to critical and feminist perspectives. · Sevennewtablessummarizetheoreticaldevelopmentsandareidealforreview. · AnewoverviewguidesreadersthroughChapter1anddemonstrateshowthe main changes in American society are related to theoretical developments. · Apassword-protectedInstructorTeachingSiteincludesatestbankand PowerPoint slides. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. The Context and Consequences of Theory The Search for the "Criminal Man" Rejecting Individualism Crime in American Society Society as Insulation The Complexity of Control The Irony of State Intervention Social Power and the Construction of Crime New Directions in Critical Theory The Gendering of Criminology Crimes of the Powerful Bringing Punishment Back In Choosing Crime in Everyday Life The Search for the "Criminal Man" Revisited The Development of Criminals

Criminological Theory

The Essentials Stephen G. Tibbetts, California State University, San Bernardino Brief and affordable, this text presents the major concepts and perspectives of virtually all major contributors in the evolution of criminological theory. The book's twelve chapters mirror the sections in a typical criminology textbook, each covering a particular type or category of criminological theory. Each chapter concludes with an evaluation of the empirical support for the theories and the policy implications derived from them. Throughout the text, students are encouraged to apply theories to the contemporary social milieu. Features · Up-to-datecoverageofnew,cutting-edgeperspectivesonbiosocialand psychosocial theories demonstrate the dynamic nature of criminological theory · Policyimplicationsdiscussedattheendofeachchapterandinaconcluding chapter connect criminological theory to meaningful, real-world applications · Tables,figures,andphotosthroughoutthetexthelpstudentsmasterkey concepts CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Introduction: An Overview of Issues in Criminological Theory Pre-Classical and Classical Theories of Crime Modern Applications of the Classical Perspective Early Positive School Perspectives of Criminality Modern Biosocial Perspectives of Criminal Behaviors Early Social Structure and Strain Theories of Crime The Chicago School of Cultural/Subcultural Theories of Crime Social Process/Learning Theories of Crime Social Reaction, Critical and Feminist Life-Course Perspectives of Criminality Integrated Theoretical Models and New Perspectives of Crime Applying Criminological Theory to Policy

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Criminological Theory

A Text/Reader Stephen G. Tibbetts, California State University, San Bernardino Craig Hemmens, Boise State University This core text/reader provides the best of both worlds -- authored text "mini-chapter" sections with carefully selected well-edited, policy-driven classic and contemporary readings from leading journals -- covering the field of criminological theory from past to present. Pedagogical tools, including a helpful "How to Read a Research Article" guide, article introductions, photographs, discussion questions for each article and each section, and more, make this the most accessible yet comprehensive text for undergraduate and graduate criminological theory courses. Features · Presentsasuccinctoverviewofcriminologicaltheoryinthebook'sIntroduction, which also briefly describes the organization and content of the book. · IncludesaHow to Read a Research Article guide tied to the first reading in the book, a perfect introduction to understanding how real-world research is organized and delivered in the journal literature. · Offersa"mini-chapter"introductionforeachSectionwithfigures,tables,and photos that present and illustrate basic concepts while providing a background for the readings that follow. · Includesthreetosixwell-editedreadingsineachSectionthathighlightthe policy implications of the research, vividly responding to the So What? question of how criminological theories apply in the real world. · Provideskeyterms,Webresources,andthought-provokingdiscussionquestions for each reading and each Section to help students master the content and sharpen their critical thinking skills. CONTENTS


key Ideas in Criminology and Criminal Justice

Travis C. Pratt, Arizona State University Jacinta M. Gau, California State University, San Bernardino Travis W. Franklin, Sam Houston State University This unique, easy-to-incorporate supplement covers the theories that have been crucial in criminology and criminal justice and discusses the reasons these key ideas inspired major changes in the field. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Introduction Key Idea: Rational Offending and Rational Punishment Key Idea: The Science of Criminal Behavior Key Idea: Understanding Crime and Society Key Idea: Hirschi's Social Bond/Social Control Theory Key Idea: Rehabilitation is Dead Key Idea: Crime Control Through Selective Incapacitation Key Idea: The Police Can Control Crime Key Idea: The War on Drugs Key Idea: Rehabilitation--Not Dead Yet Key Idea: Crime and the Life Course Looking Back, Looking Forward: Conclusions


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Terrorism and homeland Security

Gus Martin, California State University, Dominguez Hills With an emphasis on current theories and today's political and social environment, Terrorism and homeland Security concisely and clearly explains the multifaceted subject of terrorism and its impact on homeland security in the United States today. This versatile text grounds the discussion within a historical, legal, administrative, and intellectual framework. Features · Thebookaddressesthetopicsofterroristviolenceandhomelandsecuritywith an international perspective, capturing the breadth of relevant concerns. · Thebookoffersengagingpedagogicalfeatures,includingchapterintroductions to help orient students; Chapter Perspectives that explore the people, events, organizations, and movements related to key topics; discussion boxes that present provocative cases such as Bloody Sunday and Black September along with challenging questions that stimulate critical thinking and classroom discussion; and more. · Thebookincorporatesavarietyofcarefullyselectedphotosthatvividlyillustrate key concepts, terrorists and events; comprehensive tables with useful explanatory material; and a map atlas to provide readers with a geographic orientation to where many of the key terrorist events and activities have taken place. CONTENTS

PArT I. uNdErSTANdINg TErrOrISm: A CONCEPTuAL rEvIEw 1. The Nature of the Beast: Defining Terrorism 2. The Past as Prologue: Ideological Origins and Historical Perspectives 3. Beginnings: Causes of Terrorist Violence PArT II. TErrOrIST ENvIrONmENTS 4. Terror From Above: Terrorism by the State 5. Terror From Below: Terrorism by Dissidents 6. Violence in the Name of the Faith: Religious Terrorism 7. Terrorist Spillovers: International Terrorism PArT III. ThE TErrOrIST TrAdE 8. Tools of the Trade: Tactics and Targets of Terrorists 9. The Information Battleground: Terrorist Violence and the Role of the Media PArT Iv. hOmELANd SECurITy IN ThE uNITEd STATES 10. Domestic Terrorism in the United States 11. Homeland Security in Perspective 12. Homeland Security Agencies and Missions 13. Civil Liberties and Securing the Homeland Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-8802-5 ©2011, 416 pages Instructor Teaching and Student Study Site,

AbOuT ThE AuThOr

C. Augustus "gus" martin is Assistant Vice President for Faculty Affairs at California State University, Dominguez Hills, where he is also the former chair of the Department of Public Administration & Public Policy. He has served on the faculty of the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh, where he was an Administration of Justice professor. His research and professional interests are terrorism and extremism, juvenile justice, administration of justice, and fair housing. He has served as a panelist for university and community symposia and interviews on the subjects of administration of justice, terrorism, and fair housing. He has also been a consultant to government and private agencies. Prior to joining academia, he was a "floor" legislative assistant to Congressman Charles B. Rangel of New York and Special Counsel to the Attorney General of the U.S. Virgin Islands. In addition, he served as managing attorney for the Fair Housing Partnership of Greater Pittsburgh, where he was also director of a program created under a federal consent decree to desegregate public and assisted housing.

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Essentials of Terrorism

Concepts and Controversies Second Edition Gus Martin, California State University, Dominguez Hills Captivating, concise, and accessible, this Second Edition offers new data, new case studies, and new photos, as well more coverage of homeland security. Contemporary topics, including genderselective terrorism, the Internet and terrorism, religious terrorism, and media coverage of terrorism issues and related ethical issues, are addressed throughout the book. Unique maps and dramatic photos show readers the locations of major terrorist activities and the devastation they've caused. CONTENTS

PArT I. uNdErSTANdINg TErrOrISm: A CONCEPTuAL rEvIEw PArT II. TErrOrIST ENvIrONmENTS PArT III. ThE TErrOrIST bATTLEgrOuNd Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-8026-5 ©2011, 440 pages Instructor Teaching and Student Study Sit,

Crime and Terrorism

Peter Grabosky, Australian National University Michael Stohl, University of California, Santa Barbara In this timely and original text, two of the leading authors in the field provide a clear and thorough look at terrorism from a criminological perspective. Integrating the latest research, this book explores the motives of criminals and terrorists, the causes of crime and terrorism and the impact of the law and the legal system. Central to this exploration, the authors examine the nexus between criminal and terrorist organizations, and the commonalities and differences between them and what this means for public policy and safety and security within states. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Introduction: Terrorism and Terrorists, Crime and Criminals Dimensions of the Problem State Terrorism and State Crime Intersections of Terrorist and Criminal Organizations Responding to Terrorism and Organized Crime Conclusions: Managing Crime and Terrorism


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understanding Terrorism

Challenges, Perspectives, and Issues Third Edition Gus Martin, California State University, Dominguez Hills This comprehensive text offers a fascinating exploration of contemporary terrorism that helps readers develop the knowledge and skills they need to critically assess terrorism in general and terrorist incidents in particular. CONTENTS

PArT I. TErrOrISm: A CONCEPTuAL rEvIEw PArT II. ThE TErrOrISTS PArT III. ThE TErrOrIST TrAdE PArT Iv. FINAL ANALySIS Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-7059-4 ©2010, 664 pages Student Study Site,

Issues in Terrorism and homeland Security

Selections From CQ Researcher Second Edition CQ Researcher This book covers timely issues such as Terrorism and the Internet, Homeland Security, Interrogating the CIA, and Prosecuting Terrorists. The articles selected are engaging and reader-friendly, and the chapter-opening human interest stories will spark the interest of students. This text is an ideal supplementary textbook for upper-division undergraduate and graduate courses on Terrorism, Homeland Security, and U.S. National Security. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Re-examining 9/11 Could the Terrorist Attacks Have Been Prevented? Anti-Americanism: Is Anger at the U.S. Growing? Religious Fundamentalism: Does It Lead to Intolerance and Violence? Hate Groups: Is Extremism on the Rise in the United States? Nuclear Proliferation and Terrorism Terrorism and the Internet Understanding Islam: Is Islam Compatible With Western Values? Crisis in Pakistan: Can the Fragile Democracy Survive? Radical Islam in Europe: Are Terrorists Expanding Their Recruiting Efforts? Global Jihad: Does a Terrorist Movement Threaten the West? Human Rights Issues: Are They a Low Priority Under President Obama? Homeland Security: Is America Safe From Terrorism Today? Port Security: Are New Anti-Terrorism Measures Adequate? Policing the Borders: Can the United States Guard Against Terrorists? Interrogating the CIA: Should Its Role in Terrorism Cases Be Reexamined? Torture Debate: Is the U.S. War on Terror Legitimizing Torture? Treatment of Detainees: Are Suspected Terrorists Being Treated Unfairly? Prosecuting Terrorists: Should Suspected Terrorists Be Given Military or Civil Trials?

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-9201-5 ©2011, 480 pages

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Issues in Peace and Conflict Studies

Selections From CQ Researcher


New editioN!


CQ Researcher Do nation-states have a "Responsibility to Protect"? Can countries heal after atrocities? Who should clean up after conflicts end? These questions--and many more--are at the heart of peace and conflict studies. This collection aims to promote in-depth discussion, facilitate further research and help readers formulate their own positions on crucial issues. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. World Peacekeeping: Do nation-states have a "Responsibility to Protect?" Separatist Movements: Should nations have a right to self-determination? Nuclear Disarmament: Will President Obama's efforts make the U.S. safer? Future of NATO: Is the transatlantic alliance obsolete? Anti-Semitism in Europe: Are Israel's policies spurring a new wave of hate crimes? Crisis in Darfur: Is there any hope for peace? Crisis in Pakistan: Can the fragile democracy survive? Middle East Peace Prospects: Is there any hope for long-term peace? The Troubled Horn of Africa: Can the war-torn region be stabilized? U.S.-China Relations: Is a future confrontation looming? Aiding Refugees: Should the UN help more displaced people? Truth Commissions: Can countries heal after atrocities? Dangerous War Debris: Who should clean up after conflicts end? Prosecuting Terrorists: Should suspected terrorists be given military or civil trials? Caring for Veterans: Does the VA adequately serve wounded vets? Attacking Piracy: Can the growing global threat be stopped? Terrorism and the Internet: Should Web sites that promote terrorism be shut down? Climate Change: Will the Copenhagen Accord slow global warming? Confronting Rape as a War Crime: Will a new U.N. campaign have any impact?

Extreme killing

Understanding Serial and Mass Murder Second Edition James Alan Fox, Northeastern University Jack Levin, Northeastern University Filled with contemporary and classic case studies, this fully updated Second Edition illustrates the many violent expressions of power, revenge, terror, greed, and loyalty. Throughout the book, renowned experts James Alan Fox and Jack Levin examine the theories of criminal behavior and apply them to a multitude of well-known and lesser-known multiple homicide cases from around the world. The book shows readers the commonalities and variations among multiple murders; addresses the characteristics of both killers and their victims; and, in the concluding chapter, discusses the special concerns of multiple murder victims and their survivors. Features · Newandexpandeddiscussionsoftheoriesandconceptualframeworks,such as the roles of self-control and social control and the impact of shame and humiliation in the etiology of the serial killer, brings the book fully up to date. · Newcoverageincludesthelatestresearchontheimpactoftheunemployment rate on family annihilations, as well as discussions of mass killings at colleges and universities, the link between animal cruelty and human violence, biological predispositions toward extreme violence, and more. · Newandupdatedcasesofserialandmassmurderersincludetherecent cases of Professor Amy Bishop, who decided to get even with her colleagues at the University of Alabama; the terrorist attack by Major Nidal Hasan, who was charged with slaughtering 13 members of the Fort Hood community in November 2009; and the rampage of Seung-Hui Cho, a student at Virginia Tech, who shot and killed 32 students and faculty there. · Updatedtablesandfigurescharacterizepatternsandtrendsinextremekilling. CONTENTS

PArT I. muLTIPLE murdEr 1. America's Fascination with Multiple Homicide 2. Defining Multiple Murder PArT II. SErIAL murdEr 3. An Anatomy of Serial Murder 4. With Deliberation and Purpose 5. Murder Without Guilt 6. Partners in Murder 7. Killing for Company 8. Fantasyland 9. The Making of a Serial Killer 10. Nonsexual Control 11. Killing Cults 12. So Many Victims PArT III. mASSACrES 13. For Love, Money or Revenge 14. Family Annihilation 15. Firing Back 16. Schooled in Mass Murder 17. Fighting City Hall 18. Hate-Motivated Mass Murder 19. Going Berserk PArT Iv. EPILOguE 20. Remembering the Victims Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-8031-9 April 2011, 336 pages

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-9291-6 ©2011, 544 pages

The Pen and the Sword

Press, War, and Terror in the 21st Century Calvin F. Exoo, St. Lawrence University This book examines media coverage by using a tragic and eye-opening case study of the news at war to ask, "Why?" offers a critical perspective on our mass media, including the latest information on the underpinnings of the news business-- corporate ownership, the power of elites to define the news--and adds important new features of the media landscape. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Media, Democracy, Hegemony Night Falls: 9/1 and the Afghan War Iraq: War Comes to the "City of Peace" "And the Lord Did Shock and Awe Them That Blasphemed Him" Aftermath: "What Rough Beast, Its Hour Come Round at Last . . ." Why?

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-5360-3 ©2010, 256 pages

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responding to domestic violence

The Integration of Criminal Justice and Human Services Fourth Edition Eve S. Buzawa, University of Massachusetts, Lowell Carl G. Buzawa Evan Stark A comprehensive text addressing all aspects of domestic violence, inlcuding historical context and criminal justice response, this new edition has been expanded to also provide a thorough overview of public and non-profit social service and healthcare services and interventions. New to this Edition · Anoverviewofpublicandnonprofitsocialservicesandhealth-care interventions is integrated with coverage of criminal justice responses. · Newstudent-friendlyfeaturesincludesidebars,victimandoffendercase studies, and relevant figures and photos. · Newlearningaidsincludesummariesanddiscussionquestionsattheendof each chapter. · AnewonlineStudentStudySiteincludesSAGEjournalarticlesorganizedby chapter. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Introduction: The Role and Context of Agency Responses to Domestic Violence Scope of the Problem: Defining and Measuring Domestic Violence Matters of History, Faith and Society Theoretical Explanations for Domestic Violence Selective Screening: Barriers to Intervention The Impetus for Change The Evolution of Arrest Preferences: Criminalizing the Social Response Variations in Arrest Practices The Role of State and Federal Legislation Case Prosecution: The Journey from Road Block to Change Agents Civil Courts and the Role of Restraining Orders Models for Judicial Intervention Community Based and Court Sponsored Diversion Domestic Violence and Health Children and Domestic Violence

Family violence Across the Lifespan

An Introduction Third Edition Ola Barnett, Pepperdine University Cindy L Miller-Perrin, Pepperdine University Robin D Perrin, Pepperdine University Updated to provide state-of-the-art information, Family violence Across the Lifespan, Third Edition, helps students achieve a deeper understanding of methodology, etiology, prevalence, treatment, and prevention of family violence. Focusing on accessibility this new edition will include new summaries, visual enhancements and new content, while continuing to provide the most comprehensive and research-based text on family violence. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. History and Definitions of Family Violence Research Methodology, Assessment, and Theories Child Neglect and Child Psychological Maltreatment Child Physical Abuse Child Sexual Abuse Abused and Abusive Adolescents Dating Aggression, Sexual Assault, and Stalking Abused Heterosexual Partners: Primarily Females Abusive Heterosexual Partners: Primarily Males Abused and Abusive Partners in Understudied Populations Intimate Partner Violence: Practice, Policy, and Prevention Abuse of Elderly and Disabled Persons


Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-8178-1 ©2011, 624 pages Instructor Teaching and Student Study Site,

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violence and Society


Larry Ray, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK In this compelling and timely book, the author offers a wide-ranging and integrated account of the many manifestations of violence in society. He examines violent behavior and its meanings in contemporary culture and throughout history.

unsafe in the Ivory Tower

The Sexual Victimization of College Women Bonnie S. Fisher, University of Cincinnati Leah E. Daigle, Georgia State University Francis T. Cullen, University of Cincinnati Integrating rich, up-to-date data and current research and theory, this first-of-its kind text presents two stories of sexual victimization on college campuses, explores the nature and dimensions of this social problem, and provides a focus on the research of scholars who hope to help prevent sexual assault on campuses. In the process, students learn about the way in which criminologists, victimologists, and social scientists conduct research that informs theory and policy debates. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. The Discovery of Sexual Victimization Beyond the Culture Wars: The Measurement of Sexual Victimization The Risk of Rape: Unsafe in the Ivory Tower? Beyond Rape: The Pervasiveness of Sexual Victimization It Happened Again: Sexual Revictimization Victim Secrets: Acknowledging and Reporting Sexual Victimization Being Pursued: The Stalking of Female Students Creating Safe Havens: Preventing Sexual Victimization


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. What is Violence? Origins of Violence Pain, Bodies and the Civilizing Process Spaces of Violence Masculinity and Violence Violence and the Private Sphere Homicide and its Explanations The Politics of `Hate Crime' Genocide and Modernity

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-8478-7036-0 March 2011, 216 pages

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-5477-8

hate Crimes

Causes, Controls, and Controversies Second Edition Phyllis B. Gerstenfeld, California State University, Stanislaus Important questions are being raised in the media about hate crime legislation, and controversial stories and examples of recent hate crimes are prominent in the press. This dynamic, comprehensive text provides a multidisciplinary approach to the fascinating topic of hate crimes; drawing on recent developments, issues, and current research; and examining the impact of these crimes on different communities and individuals. Students delve into the range of issues that foster hate crimes while learning how these criminal acts impact them, as well as their communities. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Introduction The Whys and Hows of Hate Crime Laws The Hate Debate: Constitutional and Policy Problems Committing Hate: Who and Why Organized Hate Hate Crime Victims Fighting Hate Global Hate: International Problems and Solutions The Future of Hate

©2010, 248 pages

Serial murder

Third Edition Ronald M. Holmes, University of Louisville Stephen T. Holmes, University of Central Florida Continuing in the same well-written and accessible style as the previous editions, this text systematically examines the strange phenomenon of serial murder. Differentiating between Mass, Spree and Serial Murderers, the authors present a clear image of the typology, behavioral patterns, and motivation of the various types of serial killers. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. What Is Serial Murder? Mass Murder and Spree Murder: Two Types of Multicides Serial Murder Theories of Serial Murder The Visionary Serial Killer The Mission Serial Killer The Hedonistic Serial Murderer: The Lust Killer The Hedonistic Serial Murderer: The Thrill Killer The Hedonistic Serial Killer: Comfort Type The Power/Control Serial Killer Female Serial Killers Serial Killers in Foreign Countries Health Care Professionals and Serial Murder The Victims of Serial Killers Problems and Solutions in Serial Murder Investigations

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-8025-8 ©2011, 368 pages Instructor Teaching Site,

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violent Crime

Clinical and Social Implications Christopher J. Ferguson, Texas A&M International University Offering an interdisciplinary and international focus on the roots of violence, this cutting-edge book for undergraduate and graduate courses includes the latest research on the etiology, nature, assessment, and treatment of individuals who commit violent crimes. CONTENTS

PArT I. CAuSES OF CrImE 1. Violent Crime Research 2. Family and Social Influences on Violent Crime 3. Media Violence Effects and Violent Crime 4. Evolutionary and Genetic Explanations of Violent Crime 5. The Biochemistry of Violent Crime 6. Brain Injuries and Violent Crime PArT II. ThE OFFENdErS 7. Violence Among School-Aged Youth 8. Violence and the Elderly 9. Beyond Violence Against Women 10. Physical Child Abuse 11. Sexual Offenders 12. Hate Crimes 13. Murder in a Comparative Context 14. Serial Murder PArT III. vICTImS, PrEvENTION, ANd TrEATmENT 15. Victimology 16. Prevention and Treatment of Violent Offending/Offenders Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-5993-3 ©2010, 416 pages

victims of Crime

Third Edition Robert C. Davis, RAND Corporation Arthur J. Lurigio, Loyola University, Chicago, IL Susan Herman, Pace University This Third Edition offers the most current research, thinking, and best practices available today on crime victims and crime victim services. Providing a synopsis of the contemporary literature and debates in the field, this new edition focuses on emerging issues and policies. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Introduction to Victims of Crime Developmental Victimology Sexual Assault Victimization Across the Life Span Victims of Domestic Violence Stalking in America Hate Crimes Homicide Survivors Victims of Financial Crime The Mental Health and Behavioral Consequences of Terrorism Elder Abuse The Mentally Ill as Victims of Crime Gender-Based Violence in Schools The Reoccurrence of Victimization Victimization Responses to Victims Crisis Intervention with Victims of Violent Crimes The Key Contributions of Family, Friends, and Neighbors Victim Participation in the Criminal Justice System Legal Rights for Crime Victims In The Criminal Justice System Reaching Underserved Victim Populations


Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-3657-6

Sex Crimes

Patterns and Behavior Third Edition Stephen T. Holmes, University of Central Florida Ronald M. Holmes, University of Louisville The Third Edition thoroughly addresses criminal actions from "nuisance" sex crimes, such as voyeurism and exhibitionism, to the most extreme, including rape, sex crimes against children, and lust and serial murders. Filled with case studies and first-person accounts from sex offenders, this easy-to-read text covers psychological profiling of sex offenders, the crimes they commit, the effects on their victims, and attempted treatments, in a style that compels students to continue reading--even ahead of the syllabus. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. Sex Behaviors and Crimes in the Untied States Theories of Sexual Deviance: Understanding The Causal Nexus Sex and History Nuisance Sex Behaviors Incest Pedophilia Child Pornography Pornography Sex and the Internet Dangerous Sex Crimes Sexually Motivated Homicides Rape Victims of Sexual Assault Treament of Sex Offenders

©2007, 368 pages

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-5298-9 ©2009, 344 pages

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Family violence in the united States

Defining, Understanding, and Combating Abuse Denise A. Hines, University of New Hampshire Kathleen Malley-Morrison, Boston University School of Medicine Rich in scholarly references and case materials, this thought-provoking book is encourages students to question assumptions, evaluate information, formulate hypotheses, and to design solutions to problems of family violence in the United States. Using an ecological framework, the authors provide an informative discussion of not only the most well-recognized forms of maltreatment in families, but also less understood and more controversial issues such as husband abuse, parent abuse, and gay/lesbian abuse. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Issues in the Definition of Family Violence and Abuse Cultural Contexts of Family Violence Cultural Contexts: Religion Child Physical Abuse Child Sexual Abuse Child Neglect and Psychological Maltreatment Wife Abuse Husband Abuse Abuse in Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender Relationships Elder Abuse Hidden Types of Family Violence Responding Effectively to Family Violence

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Current Perspectives in Forensic Psychology and Criminal behavior

Third Edition Curt R. Bartol Anne M. Bartol This text is a dynamic forensic psychology reader that provides cutting-edge research in police and correctional psychology, the psychology of crime and victimization, and psychology as applied to criminal and civil courts. Addressing key topics in each of three major course areas­criminal behavior, forensic psychology, and psychology and law­the book highlights how forensic psychology has contributed to the understanding of criminal behavior and crime prevention. The editors have assembled published journal articles, as well as commentaries written specifically for this book by forensics experts, to provide an overview of the wide array of prevalent theories in this field. Features · Includesupdatedarticlesandwillfeatureastudysitethatincludesrelevantarticles and old articles (that were replaced by the new ones) from the Second Edition. · Anintroductorychapterlengtharticleopensthebookandoffersadiscussion of undergraduate and graduate training in forensic psychology along with a suggested list of core competences for education in the field. · PartIntroductions;allwrittenbythebook'seditors,introducethearticlesthat follow in each Part. · Thereaderisdesignedtocomplementavarietyofcriminaljustice,criminal behavior, forensic psychology, and psychology and law textbooks. CONTENTS

uNIT 1: INTrOduCTION 1. Education and Training Models in Forensic Psychology uNIT 2: POLICE ANd INvESTIgATIvE PSyChOLOgy 2. Police Psychology 3. Science and Pseudoscience in Law Enforcement 4. Effective Policing 5. The Criminal Profiling Illusion 6. Juvenile Offenders' Miranda Rights Comprehension and Self-Reported Likelihood of Offering False Confessions uNIT 3: CrImINAL ANd dELINquENT bEhAvIOr 7. Reducing Misconceptions and False Beliefs in Police and Criminal Psychology 8. Drugs and Sexual Assault 9. Is It Stalking? Perceptions of Stalking Among College Undergraduates 10. Psychopathy 11. Child Sexual Molestation 12. What Biosocial Criminology Offers Criminology uNIT 4: LEgAL PSyChOLOgy 13. Confession Evidence 14. Hypnosis and the Law 15. Assessing Allegations of Domestic Violence in Child Custody Evaluations 16. Three Types of Skills for Effective Forensic Psychological Assessments 17. Developmentally Sensitive Forensic Interviewing of Preschool Children uNIT 5: vICTImOLOgy ANd vICTIm SErvICES 18. A 10-Year Update of "Review and Critique of Empirical Studies of Rape Avoidance" 19. Reporting Sexual Victimization to the Police and Others 20. Patterns of Anti-Gay Violence 21. Offenders' Family Members' Responses to Capital Crimes uNIT 6: COrrECTIONAL PSyChOLOgy 22. A National Survey of Correctional Psychologists 23. The Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Offenders 24. What is Correctional about Clinical Practice in Corrections? 25. The Challenges of Mentally Ill Female Offenders in Prison 26. Multisystemic Therapy for Antisocial Juveniles Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-9244-2 March 2011, 352 pages Instructors Teaching and Student Study Site,

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New editioN!

Introduction to Forensic Psychology

Research and Application Third Edition Curt R. Bartol Anne M. Bartol This book is a broad introduction to the field of forensic psychology. While students most often associate forensic psychology with criminal profiling, crime scene investigations, and serial murder, this text covers the many others areas where psychology has played a significant role in providing research knowledge to the civil and criminal justice systems. The book is a readable summary of contemporary research and practice across a broad spectrum of topics. Practical applications are discussed where pertinent, and case law discussions are found throughout the text. This book is designed for undergraduate and graduate students studying forensic psychology in psychology, criminal justice, and criminology courses. This book will also be of interest to mental health professionals and anyone looking for a basic overview of the field. Features · MoreengagingforCriminalJusticemajorsandnotjustPsychologymajorsat the undergraduate and graduate level · Morecontemporarydevelopmentalandbiologicalmaterialincriminalbehavior sections · Includesexcellentpedogogicalfeatures: Learning Objectives at beginning of each chapter, Review Questions at the ends of each chapter, a list of key concepts defined, chapter summaries, boxes and many more · Visuallyappealingwith2-colorpagedesign:improveddesignoffiguresand tables CONTENTS

PArT I. INTrOduCTION 1. Forensic Psychology: Introduction and Overview PArT II. POLICE ANd INvESTIgATIvE PSyChOLOgy 2. Police Psychology 3. Investigative Psychology PArT III. LEgAL PSyChOLOgy 4. Consulting and Testifying 5. Consulting with Criminal Courts 6. Consulting with Juvenile and Civil Courts PArT Iv. CrImINAL PSyChOLOgy 7. The Development of Delinquent and Criminal Behavior 8. Psychology of Violence and Intimidation 9. Psychology of Sexual Assault PArT v. vICTImOLOgy ANd vICTIm SErvICES 10. Forensic Psychology and the Victims of Crime and Other Wrongs 11. Family Violence, Abuse and Victimization PArT vI. COrrECTIONS PSyChOLOgy 12. Corrections Psychology in Adult Settings 13. Juvenile Corrections Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-9175-9 March 2011, 596 pages Instructors Teaching and Student Study Site,

Correctional mental health

From Theory to Best Practice


Thomas J. Fagan, Nova Southeastern University, FL Robert K. Ax, Midlothian, Virginia This book provides a broad-based, practical guide to treating criminal offenders in a correctional mental health practice. By virtue of a wide selection of readings, this book will offer a solid grounding in theory, current research and professional literature, and highlights aspects of clinical experience as presented by current practitioners. Features · Emphasizescurrentissuesandrealproblemsfacedbycorrectionalmental health practitioners along with suggested best-practice solutions to prepare students for careers in this field. · Examinesspecialcorrectionalmentalhealthpopulationssuchasjuveniles, women, and sex offenders, encouraging readers to develop a greater understanding of the unique symptoms and management issues related to group. · Offersdiscussionquestionsineachchaptertostimulateclassroomdiscussion and independent thought, as well as other pedagogical tools for critical thinking. CONTENTS

SECTION I. COrrECTIONAL PrACTICE: INTrOduCTION ANd FOuNdATION 1. Criminal Justice and Mental Health Systems: The New Continuum of Care System 2. Comparison of Correctional and Community Mental Health Service Delivery Models 3. Managing the Mentally Ill from a Correctional Administrator's Perspective SECTION II. ENTErINg COrrECTIONAL PrACTICE 4. Clinical Assessment in Correctional Settings 5. Correctional Treatment 6. Issues in Multicultural Correctional Assessment and Treatment 7. Clinical Psychopharmacology in Correctional Settings 8. Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Correctional Practice SECTION III. wOrkINg wITh SPECIAL POPuLATIONS 9. Offenders with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness 10. Mental Health Needs of Female Offenders 11. Substance Abuse and Co-occurring Disorders among Criminal Offenders 12. Assessment and Treatment of Incarcerated Sex Offenders 13. Juvenile Offenders 14. Managing Disruptive Offenders: A Behavioral Perspective 15. Understanding the Broad Corrections Environment: Responding to the Needs of Diverse Inmates B SECTION Iv. ThE FuTurE OF COrrECTIONAL mENTAL hEALTh PrACTICE 16. Correctional Mental Health: A Best Practices Future 17. The Community- Corrections Continuum of Care Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-7256-7 ©2011, 432 pages

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Profiling violent Crimes


An Investigative Tool Fourth Edition Ronald M. Holmes, University of Louisville Stephen T. Holmes, University of Central Florida This text provides students with the most up-todate information on the increasingly popular field of psychological profiling. The authors build upon their continued research and involvement in field investigation as a source of relevant and often high-profile case studies to illustrate theory and application of the methods discussed. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Psychological Profiling: An Introduction Profiling in Fantasy and Fact The Rationale for Psychological Profiling Criminal Theories and Psychological Profiling The Analysis of the Crime Scene Arson and Psychological Profiling Profiling Serial Murderers Psychological Profiling and Rape Pedophilia and Psychological Profiling Autoeroticism Profiling Satanic and Cult-Related Murders Geography, Profiling and Predatory Criminals Jack the Ripper Lizzie Borden The Victim in Criminal Profiling The Future of Criminal Profiling

Criminal behavior

Theories, Typologies and Criminal Justice Jacqueline B. Helfgott, Seattle University This core text for undergraduate and graduate students in criminology, criminal justice, and related fields provides an interdisciplinary overview of criminal behavior. The authors apply theory and research to examples of criminal justice practice in real-life situations and cover cutting-edge topics. CONTENTS

SECTION ONE: ThEOrIES ANd TyPOLOgIES 1. Criminal Behavior - Nature, Extent, and Measurement 2. Theories of Criminal Behavior 3. Typologies of Crime and Mental Disorders 4. Psychopathy and Criminal Behavior SECTION TwO: CrImINAL TyPOLOgIES 5. Violent Crime 6. Sex Crime 7. Economic Crime 8. Public Order Crime 9. Political Crime 10. The Influence of Technology, Media, and Popular Culture on Criminal Behavior 11. Applied Criminology - How Theory and Typologies are Used in the Criminal Justice System 12. Challenges for the Future in Understanding and Responding to Criminal Behavior Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-0487-2 ©2008, 624 pages Student Study Site,

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Counseling Criminal Justice Offenders

Second Edition Ruth E. Masters, California State University, Fresno This Second Edition text takes a practical view of offenders, their problems, and the difficulties counselors face working with them in criminal justice settings. Designed to provide readers with a clear understanding of the counseling process, the book explores practical knowledge of legal principles, appropriate and effective counselor attitudes, and the past and present protocols of American corrections. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Understanding Criminal Justice Counseling Criminal Justice Counseling Process The Role and Importance of Emotions in Counseling Criminal Counseling and the Criminal Justice Offender Counseling Differences in Male and Female Criminal Justice Offenders Treating the Criminal Psychopath Trauma, the Addiction Model, and Repetitive Criminal Behavior Ethical and Legal Concerns in Counseling Criminal Justice Offenders Criminal Justice Counseling Modalities Effectiveness of Criminal Justice Counseling

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race and Crime

A Text/Reader Helen Taylor Greene, Texas Southern University Shaun L. Gabbidon, Penn State Harrisburg This carefully-selected collection of reputable journal articles, authored by wellknown scholars and combined with pedagogical features and authored sections, exposes students to the leading research in the area of race and crime without overwhelming them. CONTENTS


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racisms race, Crime and resistance

Tina G. Patel, University of Salford David Tyrer, Liverpool John Moores University This book offers a thought-provoking account of the problematic construction of crimes as racialised. Critical, empirically grounded and theoretically informed, it unpicks the persistence of concepts of race and ethnicity in perceptions and representations of crime. An Introduction Steve Garner, Aston University


Providing a sign-posted route into key elements of contemporary debates, this book introduces practical methods which enable students to think coherently and sociologically about the complex feature of "race" and "racism".


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. The Idea of `Race' and the Practice of Racisms Racialization `Race', Class and Gender `Race', Nation, State Science Mixed-ness Institutional Racism Whiteness New Racisms The Racialisation of Asylum Islamophobia


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Constructing the Race-Crime Problem (Introduction) Crime Science? The Politics of Hate Policing Racism or Policing Race? Courtin' Justice Proportional Punishment Victim's Rights and the Challenge of Discrimination Forms of Resistance Researching the Agenda Re-constructing Race and Crime (Conclusion)

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-8492-0399-9 April 2011, 208 pages

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-4581-3 ©2010, 216 pages

gender, Crime and victimisation

Pamela Davies, Northumbria University This thoughtful and thought-provoking book offers a thorough examination of how patterns in society are variously established and represented, researched, explained, and responded to by policy makers and criminal justice agencies. Bringing together key theory, research and policy developments, the book combines perspectives on the study of criminology with those of victimology and gender studies ­ drawing particularly on the influence of feminism. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. The Gender Agenda to Crime and Victimisation Gender Patterns to Crime and Victimisation Mediated Gender, Crime and Victimisation Feminisms, Ideologies and Research Feminist and Gendered Perspectives Feminist and Gendered Perspectives Gender and the Criminal Justice System: Responses to lawbreakers Gender and Responses to Victimisation Challenges to Understanding Crime and Victimisation through Gender

race, Crime, and Justice

Contexts and Complexities volume 623 Lauren Krivo, The Ohio State University Ruth D. Peterson, The Ohio State University Examining the causes, consequences, and potentially dynamic and interactive processes that sustain racial and ethnic differences in criminal offending, victimization, and justice processing, this volume of the aNNals presents cutting-edge empirical research in this area. CONTENTS

SECTION I. PATTErNS: 1. The Impact of Neighborhood Context on Intragroup and Intergroup Robbery 2. Youth Violence--Crime or Self-Help? 3. Latino Youths' Experiences with and Perceptions of Involuntary Police Encounters 4. The Environmental Context of Racial Profiling 5. The Effects of Race/Ethnicity and National Origin on Length of Sentence in the United States Virgin Islands SECTION II. PrOCESSES 6. Race and the Response of State Legislatures to Unauthorized Immigrants 7. Segregated Spatial Locations, Race-Ethnic Composition, and Neighborhood Violent Crime 8. Race, Ethnicity, Class, and Noncompliance with Juvenile Court Supervision 9. Race-Effects of Representation among Federal Court Workers 10. Cultures of Inequality 11. The Consequences of the Criminal Justice Pipeline on Black and Latino Perceptions of Criminal Injustice, Symbolic Racism, and Racial Politics 12. The Mass Incarceration of Parents in America 13. Sequencing Disadvantage 14. Structuring and Re-Creating Inequality Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-7655-8 ©2010, 232 pages

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race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice

An International Dilemma Shaun L. Gabbidon, Penn State Harrisburg Providing case studies from English-speaking countries around the world, this innovative book covers the racial/ethnic justice-related challenges faced by Great Britain, the United States, Canada, Australia, and South Africa. Gabbidon's insightful text begins with chapters that introduce the international nature of race/ethnicity issues, grounding students in important theory and concepts, and then provides full chapter coverage of the race and crime issues of each specific region. CONTENTS


race and Criminal Justice

Hindpal Singh Bhui, HM Inspectorate of Prisons and University of Hertfordshire Featuring chapters by leading experts, this must-read text provides a comprehensive overview of race and ethnicity in each area of the criminal justice system, including police, prosecution, prisons, and probation. Readers will find stimulating discussion of contemporary issues, such as criminal justice responses to refugees and asylum seekers, and the experiences of Muslims within the criminal justice system post 9/11. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Key Concepts and Theories about `Race' Criminology, Contemporary Society and Race Issues Policing and Race Equality The Crown Prosecution Service and Race Equality Prisons and Race Equality The Probation Service and Race Equality Gender, `Race' and the Criminal Justice Process Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Criminal Justice Foreign National Prisoners Minority Muslim Communities and Criminal Justice Policing Racist Hate Crime Racism, Ethnicity and Drug Misuse

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-4988-0 ©2010, 256 pages

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4129-4555-4

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race and Crime

Second Edition Shaun L. Gabbidon, Penn State Harrisburg Helen Taylor Greene, Texas Southern University A compelling analysis of the issues of race and crime in both a historical and contemporary context, this Second Edition is a core text for upper level undergraduates and graduate students taking courses in Race Relations; Race and Ethnicity; and Minorities. This edition examines the history of how racial and ethnic groups intersect with the U.S. criminal justice system, and investigates key contemporary issues relevant to understanding the current state of race/ethnicity and crime in the United States. CONTENTS


violence, gender and Justice

Maggie Wykes, University of Sheffield, UK Kirsty Welsh, University of Sheffield, UK Enlightening and accessible, this comprehensive text examines the experiences and treatment of men and women both as victims and criminals. It brings together theory with contemporary cases as it explores whether and how offending patterns differ according to gender, analyzes different experiences of victimization, and enables students to understand key concepts, issues, and connections. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Introducing Violence, Gender and Justice `Cold-blooded lies' Intimacy, Secrets and Statistics Gendering Criminology? Confronting Violence The Family of Man The Law, the Courts and Conviction Embodying Violence

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Trafficking and global Crime Control

Maggy Lee, University of Essex Drawing on theoretical, empirical, and comparative material, this authoritative work brings together key criminological and sociological literature on migration studies, gender, globalization, human rights, security, victimology, policing, and control to examine key issues and debates on sex and labor trafficking. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Contested Definitions of Human Trafficking Contemporary Patterns of Human Trafficking Constructing and Denying Victimhood in Trafficking Trafficking and Transnational Organised Crime War on Human Trafficking Transnational Policing in Human Trafficking Rethinking Human Trafficking

SAGE Journals Online

This award-winning and powerful platform is home to more than 26 journals in criminology, criminal justice, and related disciplines, including those published on behalf of the following prestigious societies: · · · · · · Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology British Society of Criminology Division on Women and Crime of the American Society of Criminology European Society of Criminology International Association for Correctional and Forensic Psychology The National Association for Youth Justice National Commission on Correctional Health Care Police Section of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences The Trade Union and Professional Association for Family Court and Probation Staff


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Offender rehabilitation

Theory, Research and Practice Gwen Robinson, University of Sheffield, UK Iain D. Crow, University of Sheffield, UK Advancing thinking about the notion of rehabilitation, this comprehensive text for students and practitioners covers the full range of rehabilitative approaches, exploring how criminal justice responses are influenced by trends (such as the treatment model, "What Works?"), desistance, risk and public protection, and changes in social policy. The authors explore how rehabilitation fits within social and political contexts, giving insight into its current and future relevance. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Introducing Rehabilitation Rehabilitation in an Historical Context Delivering Rehabilitation The Evaluation Context Reviving Rehabilitation Assessing Offenders Offending Behaviour Programmes Social Rehabilitation Emerging Approaches

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2010 Edition Carol E. Kasworm, North Carolina State University Amy D. Rose, Northern Illinois University Jovita M. Ross-Gordon, Texas State University-San Marcos With contributions by 75 leading authors in the field, the handbook offers a solid foundation for understanding the current guiding beliefs, practices and tensions faced in the field. Adult education scholars, programme administrators, and teachers have depended upon these rich handbooks to develop and refine their own understandings and approaches to their work and scholarship. CONTENTS


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An Emotional and Intellectual Survival Manual for Students Fourth Edition Inge Bell Bernard McGrane, Chapman University John Gunderson, Chapman University Terri L. Anderson, University of California, Los Angeles The Fourth Edition of the underground classic book marks out new territory in participatory university education, offering insight and inspiration to help new undergraduates make the most of their college years. This new edition continues to teach about the university experience as a whole--looking at the personal, social, intellectual, and spiritual demands and opportunities--while incorporating new material highly relevant to today's students. CONTENTS


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The Adjunct Faculty handbook

Second Edition Lorri E. Cooper, Marymount University Bryan A. Booth, University of Maryland University College Preface By Bryan Booth, Lorri Cooper This Second Edition addresses changes in today's higher education environment and their impact on the role of adjunct instructors. At a time when many adjuncts may be given little more than a start date, room number, and brief course description to prepare them for teaching a course, the handbook provides administrators as well as part- and full-time faculty members with the resources they need to empower adjunct staff. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Preparing to Teach Technology in Education Environment of Learning Teaching Methods Professional Development of the Adjunct Faulty Evaluation of Student Performance Future Trends

Learning and Teaching in higher Education

The Reflective Professional Second Edition Greg Light, Northwestern University Roy Cox Susanna Calkins, Northwestern University In this new edition, the authors draw upon theory, practice and current research to provide a new way of thinking about the many aspects of learning and teaching in higher education, enabling readers to critically reflect upon their teaching. CONTENTS



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handbook of Online Learning

Second Edition Kjell Erik Rudestam, Fielding Graduate University Judith Schoenholtz-Read, Fielding Graduate University This handbook examines theoretical foundations and practical strategies for online learning. Examining global distance learning, legal issues, online course management systems and synchronous teaching methods, this anthology is a must-have for teachers and administrators of online programs. CONTENTS

1. The Flourishing of Adult Online Education PArT I. ChANgINg PhILOSOPhIES ANd ThEOrIES OF ONLINE LEArNINg 2. Presence in Teleland 3. The Challenges of Culture and Community in Online Academic Environments 4. Evolving Technologies 5. Applying Social Systems Thinking and Community Informatics Thinking in Education 6. Media Psychology Controls the Mouse That Roars 7. Globalization in Online Learning 8. Online Learning Research 9. Uncertain Frontiers PArT II. ImPLEmENTATION OF ONLINE LEArNINg 10. Revisiting the Design and Delivery of an Interactive Online Graduate Program 11. Candlepower 12. Designing and Developing Web-Based Intelligent Tutoring Systems 13. Synthesizing Higher Education and Corporate Learning Strategies 14. Teaching Action Research at a Distance 15. Beyond the Looking Glass 16. Teaching Professionals to Be Effective Online Facilitators and Instructors 17. Leadership and Management of Online Learning Environments in Universities 18. Accrediting Online Institutions and Programs 19. Virtual Libraries in Online Learning

writing your Journal Article in Twelve weeks

A Guide to Academic Publishing Success Wendy Laura Belcher, Princeton University The only book on publishing journal articles in the humanities and social sciences, this text, based on a legendary writing course, is field-tested, research-based, pragmatic, and written by a true insider. CONTENTS

Week 1. Designing Your Plan for Writing Week 2. Starting Your Article Week 3. Advancing Your Argument Week 4. Selecting a Journal Week 5. Reviewing the Related Literature Week 6. Strengthening Your Structure Week 7. Presenting Your Evidence Week 8. Opening and Concluding Your Article Week 9. Giving, Getting, and Using Others' Feedback Week 10. Editing Your Sentences Week 11. Wrapping Up Your Article Week 12. Sending Your Article! Week X. Responding to Journal Decisions

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Patterns of Internationalization Jaideep Saikia, Security and Terrorism Analyst, India Ekaterina Stepanova, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute

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Introduction to Online Learning

A Guide for Students Julie L. Globokar, Kaplan University This text introduces first-time distance learners to the realities of Web-based education and serves as the most comprehensive, practical guide to achieving success when facing online-specific barriers as well as common academic hurdles. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. Debunking the Myths of Online Education Where do I Start? Getting Organized "Where do I turn for Help?" Knowing Your Resources

Leading terrorism experts from five continents analyze the phenomenon of the internationalization of terrorism and examine the critical factor of erosion of distinction between "internal" and "international" terrorism in this important book. CONTENTS

PArT I. ExTErNAL LINkS OF hOmEgrOwN TErrOrIST OrgANIzATIONS 1. The IRA and ETA: The International Connections of Ethno-Nationalist Terrorism in Europe 2. Transnational Links and "Local Connection": Latin America and Global Terrorism 3. Transnational Tigers: Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam's Paw Across the Globe 4. Jihad or Joi Bangla: Bangladesh in Peril 5. External Links of the Maoist Insurgency in Nepal 6. Transformation of Kashmir's Insurgency: Azaadi to Global Salafi PArT II. INTErNATIONALISATION OF TErrOrISm: rEgIONAL ANd gLObAL ThEATrE 7. Circle of Design: "Proxy Wars" in North East India 8. Internationalisation of Terrorism and its Limits in the Middle East 9. Regionalisation of Terrorism: Jemaah Islamiyah in South East Asia 10. Al-Qaeda Inspired Transnational Terrorism: Ideology and Organizational Forms 11. Transnational Terrorism: Unlimited Means?


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Concepts and Practice Second Edition Peter G. Northouse, Western Michigan University Offering a straightforward introduction to the basic principles of leadership, the Second Edition of Introduction to Leadership focuses on providing readers with practical strategies for becoming better leaders. An applied text by the author of the SAGE best-seller Leadership: Theory and Practice, Fifth Edition, this text provides the much needed "how-to" component of leading for students in leadership courses. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Being a Leader Recognizing Your Traits Recognizing Your Philosophy and Style of Leadership Attending to Tasks and Relationships Developing Leadership Skills Creating a Vision Setting the Tone Listening to Out-Group Members Overcoming Obstacles Addressing Ethics in Leadership

Introduction to Leadership

mumbai: Post 26/11

An Alternate Perspective Ram Puniyani, Social Activist, Mumbai Shabnam Hashmi, Social Activist, Delhi 26/11 shook Mumbai to the core. This compilation of articles unravels the full story of the events and raises unanswered queries related to the attack. It also surveys the phenomenon of terrorism and some acts of terror which have not been investigated so far. CONTENTS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Kill Democracy Responding to Mumbai Terror: Need for Diplomacy and Restraint not War Mumbai Under Siege Handling Queries: Democratic Responses Antulay Remarks and the Aftermath The Mumbai Terror Attacks: Need For A Thorough Investigation India's Terror Dossier: Further Evidence of Conspiracy Terrorism, Rule of Law, and Human Rights Acts of Terror and Terrorising Act Unfolding Indian Tragedy Our Politicians Are Still Not Listening Terrorism: Are Stronger Laws The Answer? Lesson from the Mumbai Attack

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Theory and Practice Fifth Edition Peter G. Northouse, Western Michigan University Adopted at more than 800 colleges and universities worldwide, the market-leading text owes its success to the unique way in which it combines an academically robust account of the major theories and models of leadership with an accessible style and practical exercises that help students apply what they learn. CONTENTS

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Reinvention Strategies in a Marketing Framework Rohit Choudhary, Inspector General of Police, Punjab Adopting a New Public Management (NPM) approach to police operations, this book presents a marketing plan for the Indian police force using the conventional framework in marketing management: current situation analysis, SWOT analysis, STP analysis and 8 Ps. CONTENTS

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The SAgE handbook of Criminological Theory

Eugene McLaughlin, City University, London, UK Tim Newburn, London School of Economics, UK An indispensable international resource, The SAgE handbook of Criminological Theory provides readers with a clear overview of criminological theory, enabling them to reflect critically upon the traditional, emergent and desirable theoretical positions of the discipline. CONTENTS

PArT I. CONTEmPOrAry CrImINOLOgICAL ThEOry 1. Genetics and Crime 2. Individual Differences and Offending 3. Social Learning Theory 4. Street Collectives and Group Delinquency 5. Strain Theories 6. Control Theories 7. Labelling, Social Reaction and Social Constructionism 8. Critical Criminology 9. Integrative Criminology 10. Realist Criminology Revisited 11. Routine Activities 12. Feminist Perspectives in Criminology: A Review with Gen Y in Mind PArT II. NEw dIrECTIONS 13. Life-Course and Developmental Theories in Criminology 14. Crime Science 15. Psychosocial Criminology 16. Cultural Criminology 17. Governmental Criminology 18. New Institutionalism in Criminology 19. Defiance, Compliance and Consilience 20. A Vision of Race, Crime and Justice through the Lens of Critical Race Theory 21. A Green Criminology Perspective 22. Global Criminology 23. Penology 24. Approaches to Victims and Victimization 25. News Media Criminology

Encyclopedia of drug Policy

"The War on Drugs" Past, Present, and Future Two-volume Set Mark A. R. Kleiman, University of California, Los Angeles James E. Hawdon, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Spanning two volumes of approximately 450 articles in an A-to-Z format, the Encyclopedia explores this controversial war through the lens of varied disciplines, and a full spectrum of articles explains topics from Colombian cartels and Mexican kingpins to television reportage; from "just say no" advertising to heroin production; from narco-terrorism to over $500 billion in U.S. government expenditures. These articles, a range of pedagogical elements in the front matter and back matter, and availability in both print and electronic formats combine to comprise an outstanding reference source for students and the general public.

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Encyclopedia of race and Crime

Two-volume Set Helen Taylor Greene, Texas Southern University Shaun L. Gabbidon, Penn State Harrisburg Covering issues in both historical and contemporary context, with information on race and ethnicity and their impact on crime and the administration of justice, these two volumes offer a greater appreciation for the similar historical experiences of varied racial and ethnic groups and illustrate how race and ethnicity has mattered and continues to matter in the administration of American criminal justice.

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Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory

Two-volume Set Francis T. Cullen, University of Cincinnati Pamela Wilcox, University of Cincinnati Drawing together a team of international scholars, these two volumes examine the global landscape of all the key theories and the theorists behind them, presenting them in the context needed to understand their strengths and weaknesses. In addition to interpretations of long-established theories, this resource also offers essays on cutting-edge research as one might find in a handbook.

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Crime and Criminal behavior

volume 1 William J. Chambliss, George Washington University The Key Issues in Crime and Punishment Series contains five brief, issues-based books offering pro/con examinations of controversial programs, practices, problems, or issues from varied perspectives. volume 1 on Crime and Criminal behavior includes such hotly debated topics as age of consent, euthanasia and assisted suicide, gambling, guns, internet pornography, marijuana and other drug laws, religious convictions, and terrorism and extremism. Authorship is comprised of eminent scholars and experts in the fields of criminology, police science, law, sociology, psychology, and other curricula. An Introduction by the series General Editor sets the debate stage for the volume.

Courts, Law, and Justice

volume 3 William J. Chambliss, George Washington University The Key Issues in Crime and Punishment Series contains five brief, issues-based books offering pro/con examinations of controversial programs, practices, problems, or issues from varied perspectives. volume 3 on Courts, Law, and Justice covers a wide range of sharply contested topics, including drug and gun control laws as well as the ins and outs of the criminal justice system as encountered by arrested suspects, during the trial process, and during the sentencing phase. This volume looks closely at Miranda rights and the impact of polygraphs and DNA testing; legal and procedural issues during prosecution, including exclusionary rules and double jeopardy; and sentencing and punishment for crimes, including for offenses such as DUI and sex offenses.

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volume 2 William J. Chambliss, George Washington University The Key Issues in Crime and Punishment Series contains five brief, issues-based books offering pro/con examinations of controversial programs, practices, problems, or issues from varied perspectives. volume 2 on Police and Law Enforcement examines many aspects of policing in society, including their common duties, legal regulations on those duties, problematic policing practices, and alternatives to traditional policing. Topics in this volume include such hotly debated topics as accountability, arrest practices, bounty hunters, entrapment, Miranda warnings, police privatization, profiling, vigilantes, and zero-tolerance policing. The 20 chapters present the most hotly contested debates and offer solutions to potential and perceived problems.



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Encyclopedia of research design

Three-volume Set Neil J. Salkind, University of Kansas These three volumes elucidate how one makes decisions about research design, interprets data and draws valid inferences, undertakes research projects in an ethical manner, and evaluates experimental design strategies and results.

using documents and records in Social research

Four-volume Set Lindsay Prior using documents and records in Social research collects together a body of papers that highlight the different ways in which documents and records have, and can be, approached and studied in a variety of social research contexts. By assembling key papers from studies in fields as diverse as criminology, health, education and organizational research, as well as science and technology studies, the volumes illustrate how documents and records figure in all aspects of the research process from research design, through to data collection, data analysis and report writing. CONTENTS


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Encyclopedia of victimology and Crime Prevention

Two-volume Set Bonnie S. Fisher, University of Cincinnati Steven P. Lab, Bowling Green State University This resource brings together in one authoritative resource the dispersed information and knowledge on both victimology and crime prevention. With more than 350 entries, this two-volume set moves victimology and crime prevention one step further along their respective and combined development into recognized scholarly fields whose research informs practice and whose practice inform research.

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SAgE quantitative research methods

Four-volume Set W. Paul Vogt For more than 40 years, SAGE has been one of the leading international publishers of works on quantitative research methods in the social sciences. This new collection provides readers with a representative sample of the best articles in quantitative methods that have appeared in SAGE journals as chosen by W. Paul Vogt, editor of other successful major reference collections such as Selecting Research Methods (2008) and Data Collection (2010). CONTENTS


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SAgE qualitative research methods

Four-volume Set Paul Atkinson, Cardiff University, UK Sara Delamont, Cardiff University, UK Delving into SAGE's deep backlist of qualitative research methods journals, this collection presents research from the past 40 years, and tackles key issues and controversies that occur and reoccur in the field.

youth Crime and Juvenile Justice

Three-volume Set Barry Goldson, University of Liverpool, UK John Muncie, The Open University, UK This three-volume set of original readings reveals how and why children and young people have been repeatedly the subject of adult concern, censure, and intervention. It conceptualizes notions of `childhood', `youth', and `adolescence' while also tracing the complex history of adult intervention and juvenile justice. CONTENTS

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The SAgE handbook of race and Ethnic Studies

Patricia Hill Collins, University of Maryland, USA John Solomos, City University This handbook provides an authoritative overview of the field, the key theoretical perspectives, important sub-fields of scholarship and research, and important debates and disputes. CONTENTS


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Corporate Crime

Three-volume Set Hazel Croall, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK This three-volume set examines key themes in the study of corporate crime, exploring how it is defined, legally constructed, researched, and controlled. It also looks at case studies of its many forms. It compiles a selection of the classic literature on the subject along with a range of contemporary writing. CONTENTS


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The SAgE dictionary of Policing

Alison Wakefield, University of New South Wales Jenny Fleming, University of Tasmania This must-have definite reference book for students, lecturers, researchers, and professionals in police studies, criminology, and criminal justice delivers a complete guide to policing in a comprehensive, easy-to-use format. The world's leading academics and practitioners contribute to over 130 substantive entries, which map out all the key concepts and topics in the field internationally.


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21st Century Criminology

A Reference Handbook Two-volume Set J. Mitchell Miller, University of Texas at San Antonio This major work provides straightforward, definitive overviews of 100 key topics comprising traditional criminology and its modern outgrowths. The two-volume set provides undergraduate majors with an authoritative reference that serves their research needs with more detailed information than encyclopedia entries but with lessjargon, detail, or density than a journal article or research handbook chapter.

Crime and media

Three-volume Set Yvonne Jewkes, University of Leicester, UK This three-volume set includes the most important and influential work from contemporary and classic literature that traverses media studies and criminology. With Yvonne Jewkes' background in both media studies and criminology, she introduces readers to the most salient themes and puts together the definitive collection on the topic. CONTENTS


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The SAgE handbook of Intercultural Competence

Darla K. Deardorff, Duke University This handbook brings together the leading experts and scholars from around the world to provide a comprehensive overview of the latest theories and research on intercultural competence. CONTENTS


The SAgE handbook of Action research

Participative Inquiry and Practice Second Edition Peter Reason, University of Bath, UK Hilary Bradbury, University of Southern California, Center for Sustainable Cities Building on the strength of the seminal first edition, this Second Edition has been completely updated to bring chapters in line with the latestqualitative and quantitative approaches in this field of social inquiry. Editors Peter Reason and Hilary Bradbury have introduced new part commentaries that draw links between different contributions and show their interrelations. CONTENTS

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Alderson/morrow The Ethics of Research with Children and Young People ................................................................................................21 Allen/Sawhney Administration and Management in Criminal Justice .......16 Anleu Law and Social Change, 2e ..............................................................14 Atkinson/delamont SAGE Qualitative Research Methods .........................44 bachman/Schutt Fundamentals of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice, 2e ......................................................................................19 bachman/Schutt The Practice of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice, 4e ......................................................................................18 banks Criminal Justice Ethics.....................................................................13 barnett/miller-Perrin/Perrin Family Violence Across the Lifespan, 3e ......29 bartol/bartol Current Perspectives in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Behavior, 3e ....................................................................................32 bartol/bartol Introduction to Forensic Psychology, 3e................................33 barton-bellessa/ hanser Community-Based Corrections........................... 7 belcher Writing Your Journal Article in Twelve Weeks .................................39 bell/mcgrane/gunderson/Anderson This Book Is Not Required, 4e........38 boba Crime Analysis With Crime Mapping ..................................................13 bold Using Narrative in Research................................................................21 bosworth Explaining U.S. Imprisonment ...................................................... 8 bowling Global Policing ..............................................................................11 buzawa/buzawa/Stark Responding to Domestic Violence, 4e .................29 Chambliss Corrections ...............................................................................42 Chambliss Courts, Law, and Justice...........................................................42 Chambliss Crime and Criminal Behavior ....................................................42 Chambliss Police and Law Enforcement ....................................................42 Choudhary Policing.....................................................................................40 Coleman/mcCahill Surveillance and Crime ...............................................11 Coleman/Sim/Toms/whyte State, Power, Crime.........................................4 Collins/Solomos The SAGE Handbook of Race and Ethnic Studies ...........44 Cooper/booth The Adjunct Faculty Handbook, 2e ......................................38 Cox/Allen/hanser/Conrad Juvenile Justice, 7e ........................................16 Cq researcher Issues in Peace and Conflict Studies .................................28 Cq researcher Issues in Terrorism and Homeland Security, 2e.................27 Cq researcher Issues for Debate in Social Policy ........................................4 Croall Corporate Crime ...............................................................................44 Cross Criminal Law & Criminal Justice .......................................................15

Crtuchfield/bridges/weis Crime, 3e ...........................................................6 Crutchfield/ kubrin/ bridges/weis Crime, 3e ............................................6 Cullen/Jonson Correctional Theory ..............................................................6 Cullen/wilcox Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory ................................41 david/Sutton Social Research, 2e ..............................................................20 davies Gender, Crime and Victimisation......................................................35 davies/Francis/Jupp Doing Criminological Research, 2e .........................20 davis/Lurigio/herman Victims of Crime, 3e ..............................................31 deardorff The SAGE Handbook of Intercultural Competence .....................45 Evans Crime Prevention ..............................................................................11 Exoo The Pen and the Sword ......................................................................28 Fagan/Ax Correctional Mental Health .........................................................33 Felson/boba Crime and Everyday Life, 4e....................................................3 Ferguson Violent Crime...............................................................................31 Ferguson Violent Crime.................................................................................5 Fisher/daigle/Cullen Unsafe in the Ivory Tower.........................................30 Fisher/Lab Encyclopedia of Victimology and Crime Prevention ..................43 Flick An Introduction to Qualitative Research, 4e ........................................23 Ford The Essential Guide to Using the Web for Research............................21 Fowler Survey Research Methods, 4e ........................................................23 Fox/Levin Extreme Killing, 2e .....................................................................28 Frankfort-Nachmias/ Leon-guerrero Social Statistics for a Diverse Society, 6e .......................................................................................22 gabbidon Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice.............................................36 gabbidon/greene Race and Crime, 2e ......................................................36 garner Racisms ..........................................................................................35 gerstenfeld Hate Crimes, 2e ......................................................................30 gideon/Sung Rethinking Corrections ...........................................................8 globokar Introduction to Online Learning ...................................................39 goldfinger/Pomerantz Psychological Assessment and Report Writing........ 9 goldson/muncie Youth Crime and Juvenile Justice ...................................44 grabosky/Stohl Crime and Terrorism.........................................................27 greene/gabbidon Encyclopedia of Race and Crime...................................41 greene/gabbidon Race and Crime: A Text/Reader.....................................34 hagan Crime Types and Criminals ................................................................3 hagan Introduction to Criminology, 7e ..........................................................2 hanser Community Corrections ....................................................................8 hartley Snapshots of Research...................................................................19

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