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Introduction to Criminology

Theories, Methods, and Criminal Behavior

SixTh EdiTion

Frank E. Hagan

Mercyhurst College

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With expanded theory coverage, more detail on crime typologies, realistic coverage of many of crime's forms, updated new `Crime Files and in the news' boxes, and a new two-color design, Introduction to Criminology, Sixth Edition, is a popular core text for introduction to criminology courses. New ancillaries: SAGE has added for the Sixth Edition: · A new student study site at www.sagepub.com/haganstudy and · An Instructor's Resource CD-ROM with a test bank, PowerPoint slides, and more

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Table of Contents

Corrections................................................. 2 Crime Analysis .......................................... 3 Criminal Justice ........................................ 4 Criminal Law .............................................. 5 Criminological Theory ............................. 6 Criminology ................................................ 7 Cybercrime ...............................................15 Ethics .........................................................15 Forensic Psychology ..............................16 Gender & Crime ...................................... 17 Juvenile Justice .......................................18 Law & Society ..........................................21 Media & Crime ........................................21 Police Studies ..........................................22 Race & Crime...........................................23

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CORRECTIONS

CORRECTIOnS

Library Journal Best Reference 2005

Ironies of Imprisonment

Michael Welch Rutgers University, New Brunswick Ironies of Imprisonment examines in-depth an array of problems confronting correctional programs and policies from the author's singular and consistent critical viewpoint. The book challenges the prevailing logic of mass incarceration and traces the ironies of imprisonment to their root causes, manifesting in social, political, economic, and racial inequality. COnTEnTS: 1. Introduction / 2. Discovery of the Penitentiary / 3. Critical Penology / 4. War on Drugs and Just War Theory / 5. Health Care Crisis Behind Bars / 6. Reproducing Prison Violence / 7. Ironies of Capital Punishment / 8. War on Terror and the Misuse of Detention / 9. Punitive Profit / 10. Confronting Corrections

Paperback: $39.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-3059-4 Hardcover: $75.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-0480-3 2005, 256 pages

Encyclopedia of Prisons and Correctional Facilities

Edited by Mary Bosworth Oxford University, U.K. "This timely set on prisons and correctional facilities in America covers everything from prisoners, historical personages, organizations, groups, and riots to statistics, concepts, legislation, court cases, and more. It also integrates important issues of race, gender, and class ... This very accessible set will replace the current standard in the field ... Essential for sociology, criminology, and large general collections." --LIBRARY JOURNAL (starred review) The two-volume Encyclopedia of Prisons and Correctional Facilities aims to provide a critical overview of penal institutions within a historical and contemporary framework. The United States has the highest incarceration rate in the world; a fact that has caused lawmakers, advocates, and legal professionals to rethink punishment policies as well as develop new policies on prisoner education and rehabilitation. Issues of race, gender, and class are fully integrated throughout in order to demonstrate the complexity of the implementation and intended results of incarceration. The Encyclopedia contains biographies, articles describing important legal statutes, and detailed and authoritative descriptions of the major prisons in the United States. Comparative data and examples are employed to analyze the American system within an international context. The Encyclopedia's 400 entries are all written by recognized authorities. The appendix contains a comprehensive listing of every federal prison in the U.S., complete with facility details and service information.

Hardcover: $315.00, ISBN: 978-0-7619-2731-0 2005, 1400 pages

Correctional Boot Camps

Military Basic Training or a Model for Corrections?

Edited by Doris L. MacKenzie University of Maryland Gaylene S. Armstrong Arizona State University West Correctional Boot Camps: Military Basic Training or a Model for Corrections? provides the most up-to-date assessment of the major perspectives and issues related to the current state of boot camps. The book goes beyond cursory examinations of the effectiveness of boot camps, presenting an in-depth view of a greater variety of issues. COnTEnTS: SECTION I: THE BOOT CAMP MODEL SECTION II: THE DEBATE ABOUT BOOT CAMPS SECTION III: THE ENVIRONMENT OF BOOT CAMPS SECTION IV: INMATE ADJUSTMENT AND CHANGE DURING INCARCERATION SECTION V: IMPACT ON FUTURE CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES SECTION VI: ADJUSTMENT IN THE COMMUNITY SECTION VII: SPECIAL OFFENDER POPULATIONS IN BOOT CAMPS SECTION VIII: SYSTEM LEVEL IMPACTS / SECTION IX: THE FUTURE

Paperback: $54.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-2939-0 Hardcover: $99.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-2938-3 2004, 344 pages

The U.S. Federal Prison System

Edited by Mary Bosworth Oxford University, U.K. Now published in paperback, The U.S. Federal Prison System is perfect for classroom use as it interweaves the academic study of incarceration with a survey of government reports on prison policy. Organized into two parts, this book is an accessible text on the current U.S. federal prison system. Part I is an introduction to federal prison facilities, including key statistics and "views from the inside" provided by inmates of federal prisons. Part II is a look at the Federal Bureau of Prisons policies on various matters such as discipline, education, visits, and religious practices.

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Penal Systems

A Comparative Approach

Michael Cavadino University of Central Lancashire, U.K. James Dignan University of Sheffield, U.K. Penal Systems: A Comparative Approach is a comprehensive and original introduction to the comparative study of punishment. Analyzing twelve countries, authors Michael Cavadino and James Dignan offer an integrated and theoretically rigorous approach to comparative penology. COnTEnTS: PART I: ABOUT COMPARATIVE PENOLOGY / 1. Introducing Comparative Penology / 2. Penal Systems in Crisis? / 3. Globalized Penal Crisis? / PART II: PATTERNS OF PENALITY / 4. Comparative Youth Justice / 5. Neo-Liberal Youth Justice Systems / 6. Youth Justice Systems: Corporatist Variants / 7. General Patterns in Youth Justice? / 8. Prison Privatization / PART III: IN CONCLUSION / 9. `A Boot Stamping on a Human Face Forever?'

Paperback: $50.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-5203-9 Hardcover: $136.00, ISBN: 978-0-7619-5202-2 1997, 400 pages

CRIME AnALYSIS

Crime Analysis and Crime Mapping

Rachel Boba Florida Atlantic University "This book is a timely arrival in the growing field of crime analysis. It is comprehensive, readable and full of good advice and common sense - and a must for anyone planning to make a serious impact as an analyst within a police agency or elsewhere. We will certainly be recommending it to our students." --Gloria Laycock Director, Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science, University College, London Crime Analysis and Crime Mapping, one of the first texts to introduce crime analysis and crime mapping to an undergraduate audience, is enriched by author Rachel Boba's unique perspective as a current professor and former crime analyst. The book offers a thorough introduction to the field as well as guidelines for its practice, making it a useful asset for current and future crime analysts and police practitioners as well as for students. An Instructor's Resource CD is availble for qualified adopters. It includes lecture notes, Powerpoint slides, a chapter-by-chapter test bank, and more! Contact SAGE to get a copy. COnTEnTS: PART I: INTRODUCTION TO CRIME ANALYSIS AND CRIME MAPPING 1. Introduction And Overview 2. Crime Analysis Defined 3. The Crime Analysis Profession 4. Introduction To Crime Mapping 5. Theory And Crime Analysis PART II: DATA AND TECHNOLOGY 6. Crime Analysis Data 7. Crime Analysis Technology PART III: TACTICAL CRIME ANALYSIS 8. Tactical Crime Analysis Data Collection And Pattern Identification 9. Describing, Analyzing, And Disseminating Known Patterns PART IV: STRATEGIC CRIME ANALYSIS 10. Analyzing Problems: Definition, Context, And Nature Of The Problem 11. Analyzing Problems: Temporal Analysis, Victimization, And Primary Data Collection 12. Analyzing Problems: Spatial Analysis 13. Strategic Crime Analysis Products PART V: ADMINISTRATIVE CRIME ANALYSIS 14. Administrative Crime Analysis

Paperback: $54.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-3092-1 2006, 320 pages

The Penal System

An Introduction FOURTH EDITION

Michael Cavadino University of Central Lancashire, U.K. James Dignan University of Sheffield, U.K. Since the publication of the First Edition, The Penal System has been THE essential resource for students and academics in criminal justice and criminology. The new edition has been fully revised and updated to provide the most comprehensive and authoritative overview of punishment and the penal system available. This Fourth Edition provides a stimulating account of penal policy under the New Labour government since 2001, including the new sentencing framework introduced by the Criminal Justice Act 2003 and the creation of the Sentencing Guidelines Council. COnTEnTS: 1. Crisis? What Crisis? / 2. Justifying Punishment / 3. Explaining Punishment / 4. Court Decisions: The Crux of the Crisis / 5. Punishment in the Community / 6. Prisons and the Penal Crisis / 7. Prison Privatization: Panacea or Pandora's Box? / 8. Early Release: The Penal System's Safety Valve / 9. Young Offenders: Systems Management or System Disaster? / 10. Bias in the Criminal Justice System / 11. Solving the Crisis?

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CRIME ANALYSIS / CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Information Technology and the Criminal Justice System

Edited by April Pattavina University of Massachusetts, Lowell Information Technology and the Criminal Justice System suggests that information technology in criminal justice will continue to challenge us to think about how we turn information into knowledge, who can use that knowledge, and for what purposes. In this text, editor April Pattavina synthesizes the growing body of research in information technology and criminal justice. Contributors examine what has been learned from past experiences, what the current state of IT is in various components of the criminal justice system, and what challenges lie ahead. COnTEnTS: PART I: ADVANCES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY / PART II: THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM AND THE INTERNET / PART III: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND CRIME REPORTING AND ANALYSIS / PART IV: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ISSUES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE AGENCIES / PART V: THE FUTURE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

Paperback: $45.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-3019-8 Hardcover: $89.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-3018-1 2005, 304 pages

CRIMInAL JUSTICE

Criminal Justice

Ursula Smartt Thames Valley University, U.K. Criminal Justice by Ursula Smartt is part of an exciting new series from SAGE. It is designed to help students make the most of their undergraduate or foundation course in criminal justice or criminology. Developed as accessible reference tools, SAGE Course Companions offer an introduction to the subject and encourage students to extend their understanding of key concepts, issues and debates. This book provides a basic grounding in criminal justice, alongside pointers to further reading and advice on study skills. It can be used as an overview of the subject and referred to throughout the degree for tips and revision guidance. Criminal Justice is designed to complement, rather than replace, existing textbooks for the course, and will provide: · Helpful summaries of the course curriculum to aid exam revision and essay planning · Key summaries of the approach taken by the main textbooks on the course · Guidance on the essential study skills required to pass the course

Geographic Information Systems for the Social Sciences

Investigating Space and Place

Steven J. Steinberg and Sheila L. Steinberg Humboldt State University Geographic Information Systems for the Social Sciences: Investigating Space and Place is the first book to take a cutting-edge approach to integrating spatial concepts into the social sciences. In this text, authors Steven J. Steinberg and Sheila L. Steinberg simplify GIS (Geographic Information Systems) for practitioners and students in the social sciences through the use of examples and actual program exercises so that they can become comfortable incorporating this research tool into their repertoire and scope of interest. The authors provide learning objectives for each chapter, chapter summaries, links to relevant Web sites, as well as suggestions for student research projects.

Paperback: $50.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-2873-7 Hardcover: $105.00, ISBN: 978-0-7619-2872-0 2006, 272 pages

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SAGE CourSE CompAnionS Paperback: $24.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-0707-1 Hardcover: $89.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-0706-4 2006, 232 pages

Criminal and Social Justice

Dee Cook University of Wolverhampton, U.K. In this accessible and innovative account, Dee Cook examines the nature of the relationship between criminal and social justice - both in theory and in practice. Current social, economic, political and cultural considerations are brought to bear, and contemporary examples are used throughout to help the student consider this relationship.

Paperback: $38.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-4010-4 Hardcover: $69.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-4009-8 2006, 224 pages

CRIMINAL LAW

CONTENTS

PART I: THE NATURE, PURPOSE, AND CONSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT OF CRIMINAL LAW 1. The Nature, Purpose, and Function of Criminal Law . Constitutional Limitations . Punishment and Sentencing PART II: THE GENERAL PART OF CRIMINAL LAW: PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL RESPONSIBILITY . Actus Reus 5. Mens Rea, Concurrence, Causation PART III: THE GENERAL PART OF CRIMINAL LAW: PARTIES, VICARIOUS LIABILITY, AND INCHOATE CRIMES 6. Parties to Crime and Vicarious Liability 7. Attempt, Conspiracy, and Solicitation PART IV: THE GENERAL PART OF CRIMINAL LAW: DEFENSES 8. Justifications 9. Excuses PART V. THE SPECIFIC PART: CRIMES AGAINST THE PERSON 10. Criminal Sexual Conduct, Assault and Battery, Kidnapping, and False Imprisonment 11. Homicide PART VI: THE SPECIFIC PART OF CRIMINAL LAW: CRIMES AGAINST HABITATION, PROPERTY, AND WHITE-COLLAR CRIME 1. Burglary, Trespass, Arson, and Mischief 1. Crimes Against Property 1. White Collar Crime PART VII: THE SPECIFIC PART OF CRIMINAL LAW: CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC ORDER, MORALITY, AND THE STATE 15. Crimes Against Public Order and Morality 16. Crimes Against the State

Contemporary Criminal Law

Concepts, Cases, and Controversies

Matthew Lippman

University of Illinois at Chicago

riminal Law: Concepts, Cases and Controversies is an introductory text that features "the new criminal law," expanding on traditional criminal law cases and concepts with contemporary topics and issues. Author Matthew Lippman uses an engaging case study approach to enhance student learning and offer an interactive educational environment. Key Features · Employs a unique case study approach: Edited cases and accompanying exploratory essays present the fundamentals of criminal law, and cases are designed to develop skills in case analysis and critical and logical thinking. · Emphasizes contemporary cases and issues: While classic cases fundamental to the study of criminal law are presented, contemporary cases and issues reflecting our increasingly diverse and urbanized society are central to the book. · Incorporates valuable learning tools: In addition to the illustrative cases and essays, this book contains a variety of special features including side-bars, thematic boxes inserts, discussion questions, legal equations, case comments, and much more to facilitate student comprehension. Accompanied by High Quality Ancillaries! · The Instructor's Resources on CD offers Powerpoint slides, a test bank, and more! · A Student Study Site at www.sagepub.com/lippmanstudy featuring unique, online statespecific guides that supplement each chapter of the text for California, Texas, New York, Illinois, Florida, and Ohio; MP3 audio files from the author himself; E-flashcards; Web quizzes; Learning from SAGE research articles; Case narratives, and much more! Intended Audience This book uniquely combines the concepts, learning tools, and features found in undergraduate texts with the types of challenging cases and issues that are characteristic of law school case books. It is the perfect text for undergraduate students studying criminal law in the department of Criminal Justice.

Contemporary Criminal Law and The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice Bundle

Matthew R. Lippman University of Illinois at Chicago Mark Davis Bentley College A few dollars more than the textbook alone, you can adopt the Contemporary Criminal Law by Matthew Lippman and The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice by Mark Davis bundle! For more information on The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice, see page 13.

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CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORY

Criminological Theory

Context and Consequences

Fourth Edition J. Robert Lilly

Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights

CONTENTS

1. The Context and Consequences of Theory . The Search for the "Criminal Man" . Rejecting Individualism: The Chicago School . Crime in American Society: Anomie and Strain Theories 5. Society as Insulation: The Origins of Control Theory 6. The Complexity of Control: Hirschi's Two Theories and Beyond 7. The Irony of State Intervention: Labeling Theory 8. Social Power and the Construction of Crime: Conflict Theory 9. New Directions in Critical Theory 10. The Gendering of Criminology: Feminist Theory 11. Bringing Punishment Back In: Conservative Criminology 1. Choosing Crime in Everyday Life: Routine Activity and Rational Choice Theories 1. The Search for the "Criminal Man" Revisited: Biological and Biosocial Theories 1. The Development of Criminals: LifeCourse Theories

Francis T. Cullen Richard A. Ball

University of Cincinnati Pennsylvania State University, Fayette Campus

The Fourth Edition of this highly successful text moves readers beyond often-mistaken commonsense understandings of crime by providing a rich introduction to how major scholars analyze crime. Criminological Theory: Context and Consequences, Fourth Edition shows the real-world relevance of theory by illuminating how ideas about crime play a prominent role in shaping crimecontrol policies and compelling students to apply theories to the contemporary milieu. new to the Fourth Edition · Freshens and revitalizes criminological theory: Expanding on the ideas presented in previous editions, every chapter has been updated with the most recent developments. Without diminishing the presentation of classical analysis, this edition revisits the context of society in the development of criminology and how the nature of the times affects which theories arise and become popular. · Updates current policy and theorizes on possible policy implications for the future: With five new chapters, this edition provides the most comprehensive coverage of diverse criminological theories published to date. The range of theoretical and empirical updates covers mainstream criminology, critical criminology including a separate chapter on feminist perspectives, and conservative criminology. The book also examines future policy implications brought about by recent theory. · Allows students to be up-to-date on emerging paradigms: The book covers newer theories exploring human development and crime, including biosocial and life-course theories. This edition includes new chapter opening photos to enhance student understanding at the beginning of chapters and judiciously uses tables and grids to help students compare theory.

Criminological Theory, Fourth Edition and The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice Bundle

J. Robert Lilly Northern Kentucky University Francis T. Cullen University of Cincinnati Richard A. Ball Pennsylvania State University Mark Davis Bentley College For a few dollars more than the textbook alone, you can adopt Criminological Theory, 4e by Lilly et al. and The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice by Mark Davis bundle! Contact [email protected] or 1.866.434.2577 for information on ordering this bundle.

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Paperback: $49.95 ISBN: 978-1-4129-3632-3 Instructor's Resource CD: ISBN: 978-1-4129-5529-4 2006, 416 pages

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CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORY / CRIMINOLOGY

The Vertigo of Late Modernity

Jock Young University of Kent, U.K. and John Jay College, The City University of New York This major new work explores the fundamental debates that need to be addressed in a late modern world filled with inequality and division. COnTEnTS: 1. Crossing the Borderline 2. Blurring the Binary Vision 3. The Sociology of Vindictiveness and the Criminology of Transgression 4. Chaos and the Coordinates of Order 5. The Decline of Work and The Invisible Servant 6. Social Inclusion and Redemption through Labour 7. Crossing the Border: To These Wet and Windy Shores 8. Terrorism and Anti-Terrorism Terrorism: The Banality of Evil 9. The Exclusive Community 10. Conclusion: Roads to Elsewhere

Paperback: $42.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-3574-6 Hardcover: $130.00, ISBN: 978-1-4129-3573-9 2007, 240 pages

Career Criminals in Society

Matt DeLisi Iowa State University Career Criminals in Society examines the small but dangerous group of repeat offenders who are most damaging to society. The book encourages readers to think critically about the causes of criminal behavior and the potential of the criminal justice system to reduce crime. COnTEnTS: 1. Introduction, Two Glimpses at the Career Criminal 2. The Empirical Evidence of Career Criminals 3. Developmental Theory and Its Application 4. The Challenges Posed by Propensity Theory 5. The Politics of Career Criminals 6. The Criminal Justice System and Career Criminals 7. Conclusion, Do We Have the Will to Stop Career Criminals?

Paperback: $34.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-0554-1 Hardcover: $69.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-0553-4 2005, 208 pages

CRIMInOLOGY

Continuing the Struggle for Justice

100 Years of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency

Edited by Barry Krisberg, Susan Marchionna, and Christopher Baird National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) This centennial collection of essays and original research studies captures the varied spectrum of philosophies and concerns of the Board and staff of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) over the past century. The criminological experts represented in this volume are renowned for their study and research into the far reaches of this field of study. COnTEnTS: PART I: THE VIEWS FROM NCCD'S FIVE PRESIDENTS PART II: THE NEED FOR A SEPARATE SYSTEM OF JUSTICE FOR CHILDREN PART III: ALTERNATIVES TO MASS INCARCERATION PART IV: BREAKING THE CYCLE OF VIOLENCE PART V: THE LINK BETWEEN SOCIAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE PART VI: CONCLUSION: CONTINUING THE STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE

Paperback: $44.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-5191-3 Hardcover: $89.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-5190-6 2007, 328 pages

About Criminals

A View of the Offender's World

Edited by Mark Pogrebin University of Colorado at Denver About Criminals: A View of the Offender's World is a collection of readings that presents recent and important research on criminal behavior. The book takes a "naturalistic" approach, allowing criminals to discuss their offenses and lifestyles from their own perspective. COnTEnTS: PART I : PROPERTY CRIMES PART II : VIOLENT CRIMES PART III : SEX CRIMES PART IV: WHITE COLLAR - OCCUPATIONAL CRIME PART V: GANGS AND CRIME PART VII: GENDER AND CRIME PART VIII: DESISTANCE FROM CRIME

Paperback: $48.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-2816-4 2004, 376 pages

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Crime

Readings THIRD EDITION

Edited by Robert D. Crutchfield University of Washington Charis Kubrin George Washington University George S. Bridges Whitman College Joseph G. Weis University of Washington Designed for undergraduate criminology courses, the Third Edition of Crime: Readings includes the latest theoretical and empirical works and maintains a balance between theory and research. The readings in this anthology have been very carefully edited and pruned by the editors so that undergraduate students can easily read them without getting bogged down or confused and lost in the technical, methodological details. new to the Third Edition · Links theory to practice: Increased discussion of policy ties to theory in both the Part introductions and with new articles. · Echoes recent developments in the field: Greater emphasis on both biological and psychological theories. · Keeps readers up-to-date in the literature: More contemporary issues are included in this edition. · prompts critical thinking: Newly revised discussion and writing questions that better focus students' reflection on the material. Homework assignments and data exercises have been moved to a companion Web site at www.sagepub.com/crimereadings3study COnTEnTS: PART I: WHAT IS CRIMINOLOGY? THE HISTORY AND DEFINITIONS OF CRIME AND CRIMINOLOGY / PART II: HOW DO WE VIEW CRIME? IMAGES OF CRIME, CRIMINALITY, AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE / PART III: ENDURING AND CHANGING PATTERNS OF CRIME / PART IV: HOW IS CRIME MEASURED? THE OBSERVATION AND MEASUREMENT OF CRIME / PART V: WHO ARE THE CRIMINALS? THE DISTRIBUTION AND CORRELATES OF CRIME / PART VI: HOW DO WE EXPLAIN CRIME? FOUNDATIONAL THEORIES OF MODERN CRIMINOLOGY, PART I / PART VII: HOW DO WE EXPLAIN CRIME? FOUNDATIONAL THEORIES OF MODERN CRIMINOLOGY, PART II / PART VIII: HOW DO WE EXPLAIN CRIME? CONTEMPORARY THEORIES AND RESEARCH, PART I / PART IX: HOW DO WE EXPLAIN CRIME? CONTEMPORARY THEORIES AND RESEARCH, PART II / PART X: HOW DO WE CONTROL CRIME? CRIME AND SOCIAL CONTROL

Paperback: $54.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-4967-5 October 2007, 504 pages

Crime and Everyday Life

THIRD EDITION

Marcus Felson Rutgers University, Newark "Crime and Everyday Life is short, easy to read, useful in a classroom setting, well organized, and logical in its presentation. It adds to the literature on criminology and gives validity to routine activities theory as a cogent and up-to-date explanation of crime. Whether fueling wide-ranging discussions on theory building, illustrating the practical application and usefulness of crime theory to everyday life, dispelling myths that limit hypothesizing and obscure fundamental truths about offending, or just offering consumers `a good read', the book speaks definitively to the issue of crime causation." --E. Frances Rees Georgia State University, Atlanta Previous editions of Crime and Everyday Life have been popular with students and instructors for Felson's clear, concise writing style and his unique approach to crime causation. The Third Edition includes, among other changes, new chapters on white-collar crime and the use of technology in crime control. By emphasizing that routine everyday activities set the stage for illegal activities (i.e. stolen goods sold in a legal business setting), Felson challenges the conventional wisdom and offers a unique perspective and novel solutions for reducing crime. Students in introductory criminology and criminal justice courses will discover that simple and inexpensive changes in the physical environment and patterns of everyday activity can often produce substantial decreases in crime rates. Insightful, yet fun to read, Crime and Everyday Life is sure to provoke students to look at the causes and control of crime with a fresh perspective...and renewed hope. COnTEnTS: 1. Ten Fallacies About Crime 2. Chemistry for Crime 3. Crime Decisions 4. Bringing Crime to You 5. Marketing Stolen Goods 6. Crime, Growth, and Youth Activities 7. White-Collar Crime 8. One Crime Feeds Another 9. Local Design Against Crime 10. Situational Crime Prevention 11. Crime Science and Everyday Life

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CRIMINOLOGY

Crime and nature

Marcus Felson Rutgers University, Newark Crime and nature, written by the always innovative and original Marcus Felson, is the first text to provide students with a unique, new perspective for thinking about crime and how modern society can reduce crime's ecosystem and limit its diversity. · Connects crime to its larger world: This innovative book shows how crime draws from the larger ecosystem; that is, how offenders hunt for targets and how they depend on one another. Extending crime ecology well beyond other works, this book shows how to help shut off crime opportunities and reduce crime in local areas. An examination of how people defend against crime is also provided. · Stimulates critical thinking about crime: Crime feeds off of legal activities, both shady and legitimate. This book shows what to look for and how to sort it out. The author uses recent empirical studies to validate the principles presented and draws from a wealth of experience in other fields, always keeping an eye on what every criminologist needs to know. · presents intriguing, useful information in an engaging and unique style: Writing in a warm and personal voice, the author uses an engaging, student-friendly style to build a sophisticated view of crime in small, sure steps. Down-to-earth ideas and examples are presented through concise exhibits. COnTEnTS: 1. How to Use This Book 2. Introduction 3. Crime and Life 4. Crime Defined 5. Crime's Stages 6. Crime Within a System 7. Crime's Ecosystem 8. Crime and Supervision 9. Crime Settings 10. Crime Habitats 11. Crime Niches 12. Crime Competition 13. Crime Adaptation 14. Crime's Relationships 15. Crime Symbiosis 16. Crime Mutualism 17. Crime Parasitism 18. Passive Assistance 19. Attack and Defense 20. Foraging Fundamentals 21. Foraging and Familiarity 22. Strategic Foraging 23. Crime's First Defenses 24. The Last Line of Defense 25. The Street Gang Strategy 26. Synthesis 27. Classifying Crime 28. The Struggle for Existence

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Criminology

James Treadwell University of Central England, Birmingham, U.K. Criminology is part of an exciting new series from SAGE. Developed as accessible reference tools, SAGE Course Companions offer an introduction to the subject and encourage students to extend their understanding of key concepts, issues and debates. Criminology is designed to give those new to the study of criminology, criminal justice and the sociology of deviance a comprehensive overview of the subject matter. It can be used as an introduction to the subject and referred to throughout the degree for tips and revision guidance.

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Criminology

THREE-VOLUME SET

Edited by John Muncie The Open University, England, U.K. This three-volume set is the definitive reference tool for criminology and criminal justice students, researchers and practitioners worldwide. John Muncie presents a comprehensive collection of classic and contemporary pieces that define the study of crime. Each volume includes an introduction by the editor, to contextualize the historical, theoretical and empirical significance of the articles contained therein. Volume 1: The Meaning of Crime: Definition, representation and social construction Volume 2: The Causes of Crime Volume 3: Radical and Critical Criminologies

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CRIMINOLOGY

Criminology

Anthony Walsh Lee Ellis

Boise State University Minot State University

CONTENTS

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

An Interdisciplinary Approach

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his unique text offers an interdisciplinary perspective on crime and criminality by integrating the latest theories, concepts, and research from sociology, psychology, and biology. Offering a more complete look at the world of criminology than any other existing text, authors Anthony Walsh and Lee Ellis first present criminological theory and concepts in their traditional form and then show how integrating theory and concepts from the more basic sciences can complement, expand, strengthen, and add coherence to them. Key Features · Offers students the opportunity to learn from the "cutting edges" of criminology: This innovative, interdisciplinary approach introduces students to the "future" of criminology by offering new and exciting insights. The book also includes strong sections on crime policy and prevention that illustrate the practical benefits of understanding theory and how theories guide policy-makers seeking to prevent and control crime. · Focuses on topics fascinating to students: Chapters on typologies such as violent crime, serial killers, terrorism, drug and alcohol addiction, psychopaths, organized crime, and white collar crime engage students while showing how the theories presented earlier can be applied. · Presents material in a student-friendly style: Written in an accessible format, the book features many pedagogical tools such as chapter opening vignettes, "Focus On" boxes, summary tables of all theories, a unique photo program, discussion questions, Web-driven exercises, and key terms. Accompanied by High Quality Ancillaries!

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Developmental Criminology and Its Discontents

Trajectories of Crime from Childhood to Old Age

Edited by Robert J. Sampson Sociology, Harvard University John Laub University of Maryland Life-course criminology has generated new energy and provoked sharp debate over competing ideas about the fundamental relationship between age and crime. A major catalyst for this debate ­ a 2003 American Society of Criminology (ASC) conference session entitled "Age, Crime, and Human Development: The Future of Life-Course Criminology," chaired by the editors of this issue ­ provided a springboard for this special issue of The Annals.

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Criminology and Social Policy

Paul Knepper University of Sheffield

Globalization and Crime

Katja Franko Aas University of Oslo, Norway Globalization and Crime provides a comprehensive and accessible account of the consequences of globalization in the post 9/11 world. It explains theories around globalization and how these shed light upon the study of crime. Furthermore, the book examines the challenges the various global flows represent for the nature of governance, state sovereignty, and crime control. Presenting an expert and interdisciplinary summary of complex debates, this book addresses a variety of highly topical issues. COnTEnTS: 1. Crime, Fear and Social Exclusion in the Global Village 2. Global Mobility and Human Traffic 3. Urban Criminology and the Global City 4. The `Devian Immigrant' 5. Transnational Crime and Crime Wars 6. Beyond the State? 7. Governing Cyberspace 8. Criminology between the Local, the National and the Global

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Criminology and Social Policy systematically examines the relationship between social policy and crime. In this lively and engaging text, Paul Knepper discusses the difference social policy makes, or can make, in any response to crime. He also considers the contribution of criminology to the debates on major social policy areas, such as housing, education, employment, health and family. The book provides criminology students with an understanding of key social policy issues, and introduces criminological theory to social policy students. It is designed to cover the core components of courses in both of these areas. COnTEnTS: PART I: THEORIES AND CONCEPTS 1. Criminologists and the Welfare State 2. Criminological Theory and Social Policy 3. Poverty, `Race', and Gender PART II: POLICY AREAS 4. Crime and Housing Policy 5. Crime, Health and Education 6. Crime and Unemployment 7. Crime, Family and Youth Policy Police, Prisons and Social Welfare PART III: EMERGENT ISSUES 8. The Criminalisation of Social Policy 9. The Pursuit of Social Justice

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CRIMINOLOGY

Introduction to Criminology

Theories, Methods, and Criminal Behavior

Sixth Edition Frank E. Hagan

Now Published by SAGE!

CONTENTS

1. Introduction . Research Methods in Criminology . General Characteristics of Crime and Criminals . Early and Classical Criminological Theories 5. Positivist Theories: Biological and Psychological 6. Sociological Mainstream Theories 7. Sociological Critical Theories and Integrated Theories 8. Violent Crime 9. Property Crime: Occasional, Conventional, and Professional 10. White Collar Crime: Occupational and Corporate Crime 11. Political Crime 1. Organized Crime 1. Public Order Crime and the Future of Crime 1. The American Criminal Justice System: An Overview

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Psychosocial Criminology

David Gadd and Tony Jefferson University of Keele, U.K. The book critiques existing psychological and sociological theories before outlining a more adequate understanding of the criminal offender. It sheds new light on a series of crimes--rape, serial murder, racial harassment, "jack-rolling" (mugging of drunks), domestic violence--and contemporary criminological issues such as fear of crime, cognitive-behavioral interventions and restorative justice. Authors David Gadd and Tony Jefferson bring together theories about identity, subjectivity, and gender to provide the first comprehensive account of their psychoanalytically inspired approach. For each topic, the theoretical perspective is supported by individual case studies, which are designed to facilitate the understanding of theory and to demonstrate its application to a variety of criminological topics. COnTEnTS: 1. Introducing the Case for a Psychosocial Criminology 2. Simplifying the Subject: Psychoanalytic Criminology, Criminological Psychology, Control Theory and the Life Course Perspective 3. (Over)Socializing the Subject: Ecological, `Strain'-Based, Labelling and Phenomenological Approaches 4. Towards a Psychosocial Subject: The Case of Gender 5. Towards a Psychosocial Understanding of Fear of Crime 6. Feminism, Ambivalence and Date Rape 7. Vulnerability, Violence and Serial Murder: The Case of Jeffrey Dahmer 8. Understanding the Perpetrators of Racial Harassment 9. On the Defensive: A Psychoanalytically-Informed Psychosocial Reading of `The Jack-Roller' 10. Domestic Abuse, Denial and Cognitive Behavioural Interventions 11. Restorative Justice and Reintegrative Shaming and Intersubjectivity 12. Conclusion

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Study Skills for Criminology

John Harrison, Mark Simpson, Olwen Harrison, and Emma Martin University of Teesside, Middlesborough, U.K. Study Skills for Criminology offers an insight into the expectations that universities have of their students and indicates what students can expect from their criminology degree. It also provides an introduction to some of the theoretical and practical aspects of crime and criminal justice. It uses criminological examples to illustrate how to study at university, covering all aspects including: · Choosing modules · Finding information - including books, journals and the internet · Writing essays · Presentation skills · Revision · Taking exams · Applying theory to practice

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The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice

Mark S. Davis Kent State University, Ohio "Entries are brief but surprisingly readable and offer explanations of confusions commonly encountered in the use of the word or phrase. . . . Useful for college and university libraries needing a crime-justice dictionary. " --CHOICE A handy reference for students, professionals, and anyone interested in criminal justice and criminology, The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice is an excellent, wide-ranging resource with clear definitions for over 2,000 key criminal justice terms. Often going beyond simple definitions, the dictionary presents and explains common misperceptions for selected entries.

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The SAGE Dictionary of Criminology

SECOND EDITION

Edited by Eugene McLaughlin City University, U.K. John Muncie The Open University, England, U.K. The Second Edition of the bestselling SAGE Dictionary of Criminology is the ultimate reference tool for students of criminology and criminal justice. It provides an accessible introduction to key theories, concepts and topics, offering comprehensive guidance through the field. The editors have brought together a group of internationally prominent academics and practitioners to produce this definitive reference and research tool.

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When Crime Waves

Vincent F. Sacco Queen's University When Crime Waves offers an in-depth exploration of a large number of social issues involved in the study of crime waves. COnTEnTS: 1. What are Crime Waves? 2. Why do Crime Rates go Up and Down? Dislocation, Diffusion and Innovation 3. Crime Waves by the Numbers 4. Mass Media and Crime Waves 5. That's the Rumor 6. Being Afraid 7. Crime Waves and Public Policy 8. Crime Waves: A Skeptic's Guide

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Understanding Criminal Justice

Sociological Perspectives

Philip Smith Yale University Kristin natalier University of Tasmania, Australia Understanding Criminal Justice addresses the fundamental relationship between law and the criminal justice system, and the ways in which both are intimately connected with wider social forces. The book provides an essential introduction covering classic themes, debates and literatures to ground the student before moving on to contemporary themes such as globalization, internet regulation and the media. The subject matter is contextualized within the wider social framework by calling into play the historical, political, community and cultural inputs that impact upon concrete policies and practice. The authors integrate theory with data and examples from the UK, USA and Australia. COnTEnTS: 1. Introduction 2. Theoretical Approaches to Law and Criminal Justice 3. The Law 4. The Police 5. Court Processes and Personnel 6. Punishment 7. Conclusion

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World of Crime

Breaking the Silence on Problems of Security, Justice and Development Across the World

Jan Van Dijk International Vicimology Institute, Tilburg University, The Netherlands In today's interdependent world, governments must become more transparent about their crime and justice problems. This book seeks to break the "conspiracy of silence" regarding statistical information on these sensitive issues. The book subsequently analyzes the macro causes of crime such as rapid urbanization, economic inequality, gender discrimination, abuse of alcohol and drugs and availability of guns. COnTEnTS: PART I: THE CHALLENGE OF MEASURING CRIME INTERNATIONALLY 1. The Need of Better Crime Diagnostics 2. Mismeasuring Crime PART II: COMMON CRIMES ACROSS THE WORLD 3. The Burden of Property Crime 4. Patterns of Violent Crime 5. Determinants of Common Crimes 6. Global Crime Trends PART III. EMERGING GLOBAL CRIME THREATS 7. Assessing Organized Crime 8. Other Global Security Threats: Corruption, Terrorism and Cyber Crime PART IV. INTERNATIONAL TRENDS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 9. Law Enforcement, Crime Prevention and Victim Assistance 10. Courts and Sentencing 11. Corrections: A Global Perspective PART V. INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON CRIME AND JUSTICE 12. Security, Rule of Law and Sustainable Development 13 . Crime and Justice: The Need of Global Reform

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CYBERCRIME

ETHICS

Cybercrime and Society

Majid Yar Keele University, U.K. Cybercrime and Society provides a clear, systematic, critical introduction to current debates about cybercrime. It locates the phenomenon in the wider contexts of social, political, cultural and economic change. It is the first book to draw upon perspectives spanning criminology, sociology, law, politics and cultural studies to examine the whole range of cybercrime issues, including: · Computer hacking · Cyber-terrorism · Media `piracy' · Financial fraud and identity theft · Online stalking · Hate speech · Pornography · Surveillance The book takes an international perspective, drawing on research, case studies and examples from the UK, the US, Europe and beyond. It includes chapter outlines and summaries, further reading and a glossary. COnTEnTS: 1. Cybercrime and the Internet: An Introduction 2. Hackers, Crackers and Viral Coders 3. Political Hacking: From Hacktivism to Cyberterrorism 4. Virtual `Pirates': Intellectual Property Theft Online 5. Cyber-Frauds, Scams and Cons 6. Illegal, Harmful and Offensive Content Online: From Hate Speech to Child Pornography 7. The Victimisation of Individuals Online: Cyberstalking and Paedophilia 8. Cybercrimes and Cyberliberties: Surveillance, Privacy and Crime Control

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Criminal Justice Ethics

Theory and Practice

Cyndi Banks Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff Second Edition Coming December 2007! This book takes a sociological approach to criminal justice ethics by emphasizing the social and historical aspects of ethical inquiry. Author Cyndi Banks presents a unique discussion of ethical issues by exploring moral dilemmas faced by professionals in the criminal justice system before examining the major theoretical foundations of ethics. This distinct organization of Criminal Justice Ethics allows readers to understand reallife ethical issues before grappling with philosophical approaches to the resolution of those issues. Key Features · Covers the interaction of ethics and the criminal justice system in Part I to lay a practical foundation for applying theoretical methods to the resolution of ethical dilemmas and issues · Presents real life case studies that connect ethical theories to moral dilemmas and issues facing criminal justice professionals today · Offers an innovative approach to criminal justice policy making by providing a framework that analyzes morality in the policy-making process · Reviews the codes of ethics for criminal justice professionals that establish the requisite standards of behavior in the different fields of criminal justice · Discusses Rawls's theory of justice and the feminist ethic of care, topics not thoroughly addressed in other texts on the subject of criminal justice ethics COnTEnTS: 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 / PART II: THE APPLICATION OF ETHICAL THEORIES TO THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM / 8. Duty and Principle / 9. Considering the Consequences / 10.The Importance of Character / 11.Egoism, Pleasure, and Indifference / 12. A Sense of Justice

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FOREnSIC PSYCHOLOGY

Current Perspectives in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice

Edited by Curt R. Bartol Anne M. Bartol Second Edition Coming January 2008! Current Perspectives in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice is a dynamic 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 areas - criminal behavior, forensic psychology, and psychology and law - the book highlights how forensic psychology has contributed to the understanding of criminal behavior and crime prevention. Editors Curt R. Bartol and Anne M. Bartol 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. This is an ideal supplemental textbook for a variety of advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in criminal justice and forensic psychology such as Introduction to Forensic Psychology, Criminal Behavior, Criminal Psychology, Criminology, Psychology and Crime, and Psychology and Law. COnTEnTS: PART I: INTRODUCTION PART II: POLICE AND INVESTIGATIVE PSYCHOLOGY PART III: CRIMINAL AND DELINQUENT BEHAVIOR PART IV: VICTIMOLOGY AND VICTIM SERVICES PART V: PSYCHOLOGY AND THE COURTS PART VI: CORRECTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

Paperback: $43.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-2590-7 2006, 296 pages

Introduction to Forensic Psychology

Research and Application

Curt Bartol Anne M. Bartol Second Edition Coming 2008! Introduction to Forensic Psychology provides a broad examination of forensic psychology and concentrates on the application side of the field, focusing on research-based forensic practice. Throughout the book, the authors emphasize the professional application of psychological knowledge, concepts, and principles to both the civil and criminal justice systems. Introduction to Forensic Psychology exposes readers to the many careers related to the field and emphasizes the multicultural perspective, such as racial issues, mental and physical disabilities, sexual orientation, and gender discrimination, which is an integral part of the day-to-day work of forensic psychologists. 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. Instructor's Resources on CD are available to qualified adopters of Introduction to Forensic Psychology. COnTEnTS: PART I: INTRODUCTION 1. Forensic Psychology: Introduction and Overview PART II: POLICE AND INVESTIGATIVE PSYCHOLOGY 2. Police Psychology: History and Practice 3. Investigative Psychology PART III: CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGY 4. Development of Habitual Criminal Behavior 5. Psychology of Violence and Intimidation 6. Psychology of Sexual Assault PART IV: VICTIMOLOGY AND VICTIM SERVICES 7. Forensic Psychology and the Victims of Crime 8. Family Violence, Abuse, and Victimization PART V: PSYCHOLOGY AND THE COURTS 9. Consulting and Testifying 10. Consulting with Criminal Courts 11. Consultation With Civil Courts PART VI: CORRECTIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 12. Correctional Psychology in Adult Settings 13. Juvenile Corrections

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GEnDER & CRIME

Doing Justice, Doing Gender

Women in Legal and Criminal Justice Occupations SECOND EDITION

Susan Ehrlich Martin Chevy Chase, Maryland nancy C. Jurik Arizona State University Doing Justice, Doing Gender: Women in Legal and Criminal Justice Occupations is a highly readable, sociologically grounded analysis of women working in traditionally male dominant justice occupations of law, policing, and corrections. This Second Edition represents not only a thorough update of research on women in these fields, but a careful reconsideration of changes in justice organizations and occupations and their impact on women's justice work roles over the past 40 years. new to the Second Edition: · introduces a wider range of workplace diversity and experiences: An expanded sociological theoretical framework grasps the interplay of gender, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation in understanding workplace identities and inequities. · provides a better understanding of the centrality of gender issues to understanding the legal and criminal justice system in general: This edition further connects women's work experiences to social trends and consequent changes in legal system and in criminal justice agencies. · offers a more international perspective: More material is included on women lawyers, police, and correctional officers in countries outside the U.S. COnTEnTS: 1. Introduction: Changes in Criminal Justice, Occupations, and Women in the Workplace 2. Explanations for Gender Inequality in the Workplace 3. The Nature of Police Work and Women?s Entry Into Law Enforcement 4. Women Officers Encountering the Gendered Police Organization 5. Women Entering the Legal Profession: Change and Resistance 6. The Organizational Logic of the Gendered Legal World and Women Lawyers? Response 7. Women in Corrections: Advancement and Resistance 8. Gendered Organizational Logic and Women CO Response 9. Doing Justice, Doing Gender Today and Tomorrow: Occupations, Organizations, and Change

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Understanding Gender, Crime, and Justice

Advances in Understanding

Merry Morash Michigan State University In the last three decades, there has been an explosion of theory and related research relevant to gender, crime, and justice. Author Merry Morash, a well-known feminist scholar in the field of criminal justice, acquaints readers with key breakthroughs in criminological conceptualization and theories to explain the interplay between gender and both crime and justice. Understanding Gender, Crime, and Justice pays special attention to race, ethnicity, and immigrant groups, and provides a unique comparative perspective. This book is an ideal textbook for undergraduate and graduate courses that focus on women and criminal justice. The book is also a valuable asset for gender courses in sociology and for women's studies programs. Key Features · Includes first-person accounts from crime victims, workers in the justice system, male lawbreakers, and women engaged in prostitution to give insight into a diversity of experiences and standpoints · Parallels the effects of gender and sexual orientation in laws, in patterns and causes of victimization, and in the responses of the justice system to both victims and offenders · Integrates international examples to place U.S. experiences in a comparative perspective and to show gender inequities on a worldwide scale · Provides numerous photos--unique for a text of this type--to portray people of all sorts in various regions of the world · Includes Web site recommendations for further exploration of chapter topics COnTEnTS: 1. Key Questions About Gender, Crime and Justice 2. Gender and the Law 3. Gender-Related Victimization 4. Social Movements and the Response to Victims of Gender-Related Crime 5. The Influence of Context and Individual Differences on Responses to Gender - Related Victimization 6. Explanations of Illegal Behavior 7. Gender and Response to Lawbreakers 8. Advances and Challenges in Understanding Gender, Crime, and Justice

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JUVEnILE JUSTICE

Comparative Youth Justice

Edited by John Muncie The Open University, England, U.K. Barry Goldson University of Liverpool, England, U.K. Comparative Youth Justice is the first book to critically reflect on contemporary juvenile justice reform in England and Wales and across various other western jurisdictions including the US, Canada, France, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Australia, Belgium, Scotland, Japan, Italy and Finland. In doing so, it identifies major international differences in juvenile policy and practice. However, Contemporary Youth Justice is not simply an attempt to document national similarities and differences, but looks critically at how global trends are translated at the local level. This book also examines how youth justice is implemented in practice with a view to promoting change as well as reflection.

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Youth Crime and Justice

Edited by Barry Goldson University of Liverpool, England, U.K. John Muncie The Open University, England, U.K. Youth Crime and Justice provides an authoritative and accessible overview of youth crime and youth policy developments in the U.K.. It engages readers with key debates, examining youth crime and justice in context, and providing a critical assessment of contemporary evaluative research. The Editors have produced an analysis of the processes of criminalization and contemporary patterns of youth crime, and seek to develop a formulation of youth justice for the future. Barry Goldson and John Muncie have brought together a leading team of experts to produce the definitive text in the area. This book, along with its companion volume Contemporary Youth Justice (edited by John Muncie and Barry Goldson), will significantly advance the development of an emerging youth criminology. COnTEnTS: PART I: HISTORICAL AND SOCIAL-STRUCTURAL CONTEXTS 1. Histories of Youth Crime and Justice 2. Social Class, Youth Crime and Justice 3. `Race', Youth Crime and Justice 4. Gender, Youth Crime and Justice PART II: EVIDENCE, POLICY RATIONALS AND CONTEMPORARY INTERVENTIONS 5. Youth Crime and Justice 6. Youth Crime and Justice 7. Actuarialism and Early Intervention in Contemporary Youth Justice 8. Restorative Approaches, Young People and Youth Justice 9. Community Supervision 10. Penal Custody 11. Community Safety, Youth and the `Anti-Social' 12. Urban Regeneration, Young People, Crime and Criminalization 13. Work and Social Order PART III: FUTURE DIRECTIONS 14. Critical Anatomy

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Youth and Crime

SECOND EDITION

John Muncie The Open University, England, U.K. The Second Edition of this best-selling text provides a fully revised and upto-date critical analysis of a wide range of issues surrounding young people, disorder and crime. To develop a comprehensive criminology of youth, the book deliberately moves beyond traditional criminological concerns and draws insights from other academic disciplines such as cultural studies, gender studies, media studies, social policy, social work, political science and human geography. This book has been rewritten to include new material on anti-social behaviour, street crime, youth gangs, victimisation, social exclusion, drugs, surveillance, crime prevention, policing and restoration as well as a sustained critical analysis of New Labour's youth, social and criminal justice reforms as they have emerged over the past five years. To make sense of these developments theories of risk management, governance, globalisation and cultural criminology are introduced and assessed. COnTEnTS: 1. Youth Crime / 2. Histories of Youth Crime / 3. Explaining Youth Crime I / 4. Explaining Youth Crime II / 5. Cultural Studies and Cultural Criminology / 6. Youth and Social Policy / 7. Youth Justice Strategies

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JUVENILE JUSTICE

Juvenile Justice

Redeeming Our Children

Barry Krisberg National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) Juvenile justice policies have historically been built on a foundation of myths and misconceptions. Fear of young, drug-addled superpredators, concerns about immigrants and gangs, claims of gender biases, and race hostilities have influenced the public's views and, consequently, the evolution of juvenile justice. These myths have repeatedly confused the process of rational policy development for the juvenile justice system. Juvenile Justice: Redeeming Our Children debunks myths about juvenile justice in order to achieve an ideal system that would protect vulnerable children and help build safer communities. Author Barry Krisberg assembles broad and up-to-date research, statistical data, and theories on the U.S. juvenile justice system to encourage effective responses to youth crime. This text gives a historical context to the ongoing quest for the juvenile justice ideal and examines how the current system of laws, policies, and practices came into place. Juvenile Justice reviews the best research-based knowledge on what works and what does not work in the current system. The book also examines failed juvenile justice policies and applies high standards of scientific evidence to seek new resolutions. This text helps students embrace the value of redemptive justice and serves as a springboard for the current generation to implement sounder social policies. This is an ideal textbook for undergraduate and graduate students studying juvenile justice in Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Sociology. The book is also an excellent supplemental text for juvenile delinquency courses. COnTEnTS: 1. Juvenile Justice: Myths and Realities 2. Data Sources 3. The Historical Legacy of Juvenile Justice 4. The Current Juvenile Justice System 5. Juvenile Justice and the American Dilemma 6. Young Women and the Juvenile Justice System 7. Is There a Science of Prevention? 8. What Works in Juvenile Justice 9. The Gang Busters: Does Getting Tough Reduce Youth Crime? 10. Redeeming Our Children

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Juvenile Justice

Process and Systems

Gus Martin California State University, Dominguez Hills The study of juvenile justice process and systems is an investigation of a truly unique network that is predicated on a distinctive body of theory. Juvenile Justice: Process and Systems is an ideal textbook for those who wish to explore the theory and practice of providing justice to juveniles. Author Gus Martin introduces readers to juvenile justice in the contemporary era, while providing a contextual grounding in the historical origins of modern process and systems. This book is a review of institutions, procedures, and theories that are specifically directed toward addressing the problems of juvenile deviance and victimization. Organized into four thematic parts, this text presents a logical sequence of topics that are designed to incrementally build upon the concepts introduced in previous chapters. Part I introduces students to the fundamental considerations that are essential for developing a contextual understanding of the juvenile justice process. Part II examines the roles of the police, juvenile court, and corrections systems. Part III reviews the unique community-based innovations found in the juvenile justice system. Part IV takes a look at the future challenges of juvenile justice. This book is designed for undergraduate students studying juvenile justice systems, juvenile justice process, juvenile delinquency, and law enforcement in the departments of Administration of Justice, Criminal Justice, Criminology, Political Science, Sociology, and other disciplines in the social sciences. COnTEnTS: PART I: UNDERSTANDING JUVENILE JUSTICE PROCESS AND SYSTEMS 1. Juvenile Justice: An Introduction 2. Historical Perspectives 3. Juvenile Delinquency: Theories of Causation 4. The Delinquency Picture: Measuring Juvenile Deviance 5. Children in Trouble and Children in Need PART II: PROCESS AND SYSTEMS: OFFICIAL COMPONENTS 6. The Role of the Police 7. The Role of the Court 8. Institutional Corrections for Juveniles PART III: PROCESS AND SYSTEMS: COMMUNITY-BASED COMPONENTS 9. Juvenile Probation, Parole, and Aftercare 10. Community-Based Juvenile Programs PART IV: FINAL PERSPECTIVES AND PROJECTIONS 11. Anti-Social Youth Cultures and the Case of Youth Gangs 12. Global Perspectives: Juvenile Justice in an International Context 13. What is to be Done? Projections and Conclusion

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JUVENILE JUSTICE

Juvenile Justice

A Guide to Theory, Policy, and Practice

Sixth Edition Steven M. Cox, Jennifer M. Allen and John J. Conrad

Western Illinois University

CONTENTS

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

Rob Hanser

University of Louisiana at Monroe

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LAW & SOCIETY / MEDIA & CRIME

LAW & SOCIETY

MEDIA & CRIME

Democracy, Crime, and Justice

Edited by Susanne Karstedt University of Keele, U.K. Gary D. LaFree University of Maryland The articles in this volume represent a solid balance between mature democracies like the U.S. and U.K. as well as emerging democracies around the globe ­ specifically in Latin America, Africa and Eastern Europe. They are based on large and small cross-national samples, regional comparisons, and case studies.

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Media and Crime

Yvonne Jewkes The Open University, U.K. This book points a critical spotlight on media constructions of crime and social control, developing our understanding of the relationship between media and crime, and taking existing knowledge in new directions. Media and Crime is an accessible text with a strong pedagogic purpose, making it an ideal introduction to the study of crime and the mass media for undergraduate and postgraduate students. The author interrogates the most important literature in the field as well as moving the debates forward with new ideas and values.

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Encyclopedia of Law and Society

American and Global Perspectives

David S. Clark Willamette University The Encyclopedia of Law and Society is the largest comprehensive and international treatment of the law and society field. With an Advisory Board of 62 members from 20 countries and six continents, the three volumes of this state-of-the-art resource represent interdisciplinary perspectives on law from Sociology, Criminology, Cultural Anthropology, Political Science, Social Psychology, and Economics. By globalizing the encyclopedia's coverage, American and international law and society will be better understood within its historical and comparative context. Key Features · Includes more than 700 biographical entries that are historical, comparative, topical, thematic, and methodological · Presents the rich diversity of European, Latin American, Asian, African, and Australasian developments for the first time in one place to reveal the truly holistic, interdisciplinary virtues of law and society · Examines how and why legal systems grow and change, how and why they respond (or fail to respond) to their environment, how and why they impact the life of society, and how and why the life of society impacts in turn these legal systems With borders more porous than ever before, this Encyclopedia reflects the paradoxical reality of modern life, including legal life. This valuable resource aims to present research, along with the theories on which it is grounded, fairly and comprehensively and is a must-have for all academic libraries.

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Media and Violence

Gendering the Debates

Karen Boyle University of Glasgow, U.K. Media and Violence pays equal attention to the production, content and reception involved in any representation of violence. This book offers a framework for understanding how violence is represented and consumed. It examines: · The relationship of media, gender and real-world violence · Representations of violence in screen entertainment · The effects of violent media on consumers · The ethics and gender politics of the production processes of screen violence COnTEnTS: PART I: THE MEDIA//VIOLENCE DEBATE 1. The Effects of Violence in the Media 2. Beyond Cause and Effect PART II: REPORTING VIOLENCE 3. From Jack to OJ 4. True Crimes of Male Violence 5. Deadlier Than the Males? True Crimes of Women's Violence PART III: SCREENING VIOLENCE 6. Seeing (as) Violence 7. Film, feminism and the Male Gaze 8. The Days of Whose Lives? Violence, (post-)feminism and Television

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POLICE STUDIES

The new Policing

Eugene McLaughlin City University, U.K. The new Policing provides a comprehensive introduction to the critical issues confronting policing today. It incorporates an overview of traditional approaches to the study of the police with a discussion of current perspectives. The book goes on to examine key themes, including the core purpose of contemporary policework; the reconfiguration of police culture; organizational issues and dilemmas currently confronting the police; the managerial reforms and professional innovations that have been implemented in recent years; and the future of policing, security, and crime control. In offering this discussion of the nature and role of the police, The new Policing illustrates the need to re-examine and re-think the theoretical perspectives that have constituted policing studies. Examining evidence from the U.K., the USA, and other western societies, the book promotes and enables an understanding of the cultural and symbolic significance of policing in society.

Paperback: $39.95, ISBN: 978-0-8039-8905-4 Hardcover: $125.00, ISBN: 978-0-8039-8904-7 2006, 264 pages

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Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement

Edited by Larry E. Sullivan, Marie Simonetti Rosen, Dorothy M. Schulz, and M. R. Haberfeld John Jay College of Criminal Justice This three-volume Encyclopedia provides a comprehensive, critical, and descriptive examination of all facets of law enforcement on the state and local, federal and national, and international stages. The volumes treat subjects that are particular to the area of state and local, federal and national, and international policing. Many of the themes and issues of policing cut across disciplinary borders, however, and several entries provide comparative information that places the subject in context.

Hardcover: $315.00, ISBN: 978-0-7619-2649-8 2005, 1736 pages

Comparative Policing

The Struggle for Democratization

Edited by M. R. Haberfeld and Heath Grant John Jay College of Criminal Justice Ibrahim Cerrah Institute for Security Sciences, Ankara Turkey This unique text incorporates five basic themes to explain how a given country `earns' its place on the democratization continuum. These themes include: Community Oriented Policing, Use of Force, Militarization - related to the phenomenon of terrorism, Accountability, and Human Rights. The authors develop a continuum of countries from least democratic to most democratic to show students how they differ in their policing practices.

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The new World of Police Accountability

Samuel Walker University of Nebraska, Omaha The new World of Police Accountability is the first book to provide an original and comprehensive analysis of some of the most important developments in policing over the past ten years. Esteemed author Samuel Walker synthesizes the major developments in the area of police accountability and argues that these developments represent a new period in the history of police reform that promises to address the historic problems of police abuse. COnTEnTS: 1. Introduction to the New Police Accountability 2. The Accomplishments and Limitations of Past Police Reforms 3. Use of Force Reporting 4. An Open and Accessible Citizen Complaint Procedure 5. Early Intervention Systems 6. Police Auditors 7. The Future of the New Police Accountability

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Policing

John Grieve, Clive Harfield, and Allyson MacVean London Metropolitan University This book is designed to complement and work alongside existing literature. It provides: easy access to the key themes in policing; helpful summaries; guidance on the essential study skills required to pass the course; help with developing critical thinking; "Taking it Further" sections that suggest how readers can extent their thinking beyond the "received wisdom"; and pointers to success in course exams and written assessment exercises.

SAGE CourSE CompAnionS Paperback: $29.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-3543-2 Hardcover: $89.00, ISBN: 978-1-4129-3542-5 2007, 240 pages

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RACE & CRIME / RESEARCH METHODS

RACE & CRIME

Race and Crime

Adventures in Criminal Justice Research

Data Analysis for Windows® Using SPSSTM Versions 11.0, 11.5, or Higher THIRD EDITION

George W. Dowdall and Kim Logio Saint Joseph's University Earl Babbie Chapman University Fred Halley State University of New York, Brockport Fourth Edition Coming February 2008! Authors George W. Dowdall, Kim A. Logio, Earl Babbie, and Fred Halley offer students practical experience using version 11.0 of the Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS), the most popular professional program available for criminal justice data analysis. Emphasizing use of the Web for research, the authors explain how to conduct surveys, analyze data, and present findings. COnTEnTS: PART I: PREPARING FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE RESEARCH PART II: UNIVARIATE ANALYSIS PART III: BIVARIATE ANALYSIS PART IV: MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS

Paperback: $48.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-8808-3 2004, 312 pages

Shaun L Gabbidon Pennsylvania State University, Capital College Helen Taylor Greene Texas Southern University Race and Crime provides a compelling analysis of the issues of race and crime in both a historical and contemporary context. Each of nine chapters presents information on race and ethnicity and their impact on the administration of justice. COnTEnTS: 1. Overview of Race and Crime 2. Extent of Crime 3. Theoretical Perspectives on Race and Crime 4. Policing 5. Courts 6. Sentencing 7. Corrections 8. Race and Juvenile Justice

Paperback: $46.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-2948-2 2005, 368 pages

Race, Culture, Psychology, and Law

Edited by Kimberly Barrett and William H. George University of Washington, Seattle Race, Culture, Psychology, and Law is the only book to provide summaries and analyses of culturally competent psychological and social services encountered within the U.S. legal arena. The book is broad in scope and covers the knowledge and practice crucial in providing comprehensive services to ethnic, racial, and cultural minorities. Topics include the importance of race relations, psychological testing and evaluation, racial "profiling," disparities in death penalty conviction, immigration and domestic violence, asylum seekers, deportations and civil rights, juvenile justice, cross-cultural lawyering, and cultural competency in the administration of justice. COnTEnTS: PART I: FORWARD STAN SUE AND RON MAMIYA PART II: THE NEED FOR CROSS-CULTURAL COMPETENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY AND THE LAW: INTRODUCTION & OVERVIEW PART III: RACE AND JUSTICE PART IV: ASSESSMENT PART V: IMMIGRATION PART VI: WORKING WITH CHILDREN AND FAMILIES PART VII: JUVENILES PART VIII: VIOLENCE

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RESEARCH METHODS

Designing and Conducting Mixed Methods Research

John W. Creswell and Vicki L. Plano Clark University of Nebraska, Lincoln Designing and Conducting Mixed Methods Research provides researchers across the social, behavioral, and health sciences with a comprehensive introduction to mixed methods research. Authors John W. Creswell and Vicki L. Plano Clark combine the latest thinking about mixed methods research designs with practical, step-by-step guidelines for the decisions that researchers face when designing and conducting a mixed methods research study.

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RESEARCH METHODS

The Practice of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice

Third Edition Ronet Bachman

University of Delaware

CONTENTS

1. Science, Society, and Criminological Research . The Process and Problems of Criminological Research . Conceptualization and Measurement . Sampling 5. Causation and Research Design 6. Experimental Designs 7. Survey Research 8. Qualitative Methods 9. Qualitative Data Analysis 10. Analyzing Content: Historical, Secondary, and Content Analysis, and Crime Mapping 11. Evaluation Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice 1. Quantitative Data Analysis 1. Reporting Research Results

Russell K. Schutt

University of Massachusetts, Boston

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ased on Russell Schutt's bestselling text Investigating the Social World, this Third Edition of The Practice of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice is the most comprehensive research methods text available to students in criminal justice and criminology. Specifically designed for criminal justice courses and programs, this innovative text 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. The Third Edition... Integrates substantive criminal justice issues throughout Offers increased coverage of qualitative methods Provides a new chapter on causation Stresses the importance of combining methods Includes new techniques for searching and reviewing literature Expands coverage of research ethics

The Practice of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice and The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice Bundle

Ronet Bachman University of Delaware Russell K. Schutt University of Massachusetts, Boston Mark Davis Bentley College

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RESEARCH METHODS

Adventures in Social Research

Data Analysis Using SPSS 14.0 and 15.0 for Windows SIXTH EDITION

Earl Babbie Chapman University Fred Halley State University of New York, Brockport Jeanne Zaino Iona College Adventures in Social Research: Data Analysis Using SPSS 14.0 and 15.0 for Windows, Sixth Edition guides readers step-by-step through the process of data analysis using the latest version of SPSS and the most up to date version of the General Social Survey. In this thoroughly revised edition, the authors stress active and collaborative learning as students engage in a series of practical investigative exercises. guides readers step-by-step through the process of data analysis using the latest version of SPSS and the most up to date version of the General Social Survey. COnTEnTS: PART I: PREPARING FOR DATA ANALYSIS / 1. Introduction: The Theory and Practice of Social Research / 2. The Logic of Measurement / 3. Description of Data Sets: The General Social Survey / PART II: UNIVARIATE ANALYSIS / 4. Using SPSS: Some Basics / 5. Describing Your Data: Religiosity / 6. Presenting Your Data in Graphic Form: Political Orientations / 7. Recoding Your Data: Religiosity and Political Orientations / 8. Creating Composite Measures: Exploring Attitudes Toward Abortion in More Depth / 9. Suggestions for Further Analysis / PART III: BIVARIATE ANALYSIS / 10. Using Crosstabs to Examine the Sources of Religiosity / 11. Political Orientations as Cause and Effect / 12. What Causes Different Attitudes Toward Abortion? / 13. Measures of Association / 14. Tests of Significance / 15. Suggestions for Further Bivariate Analyses / PART IV: MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS / 16. Multiple Causation: Examining Religiosity in Greater Depth / 17. Dissecting the Political Factor / 18. A Powerful Prediction of Attitudes Toward Abortion / 19. Suggestions for Further Multivariate Analyses / PART V: THE ADVENTURE CONTINUES / 20. Designing and Executing Your Own Survey / 21. Further Opportunities for Social Research

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Best Practices in Quantitative Methods

Edited by Jason Osborne North Carolina State University Editor Jason Osborne provides readers with the most effective, evidencebased ways to use and analyze quantitative methods and quantitative data across the social and behavioral sciences and education.

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A Guide to Qualitative Field Research

SECOND EDITION

Carol A. Bailey Virginia Tech Thoroughly revised, the Second Edition of A Guide to Qualitative Field Research provides novice researchers with comprehensive and accessible instructions for conducting qualitative field research.

Paperback: $34.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-3650-7 2006, 232 pages

Compassionate Statistics

Applied Quantitative Analysis for Social Services (With exercises and instructions in SPSS)

Vincent E. Faherty University of Southern Maine Compassionate Statistics: Applied Quantitative Analysis for Social Services (With Instructions for SPSS 14.0) is an attempt to "demythologize" a content area that is both essential for professional social service practitioners, yet dreaded by some of the most experienced among them.

Paperback: $44.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-3982-9 July 2007, 344 pages

Adventures in Social Research with SPSS Student Version

Data Analysis Using SPSS 14.0 and 15.0 for Windows SIXTH EDITION

Earl R. Babbie Chapman University Fred S. Halley State University of New York, Brockport Jeanne Zaino Iona College With a convenient SPSS Student Version CD, your students can practice on their laptops or in their dorms!

Paperback: $74.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-4082-5 March 2007, 464 pages

Applied Statistics

From Bivariate Through Multivariate Techniques

Rebecca M. Warner University of New Hampshire Applied Statistics: From Bivariate Through Multivariate Techniques provides a clear introduction to widely used topics in multivariate statistics including Multiple Regression, Discriminant Analysis, MANOVA, Factor Analysis, and Binary Logistic Regression.

Hardcover: $89.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-2772-3 2007, 1120 pages

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Making Sense of the Social World

Methods of Investigation SECOND EDITION

Daniel F. Chambliss Hamilton College Russell K. Schutt University of Massachusetts, Boston In this Second Edition, the authors once again provide students with an engaging, innovative, and accurate introduction to social research. More than a brief derivative of Schutt's widely successful Investigating the Social World, this version is written in a less formal, with more concise examples drawn from daily experience, and less coverage of more rigorous methods.

Paperback w/CD: $59.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-2717-8 2006, 368 pages

Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics

The Excel Edition

neil J. Salkind University of Kansas Derived from his bestselling text Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics, author Neil J. Salkind presents readers with The Excel Edition! Using the same personable and clear style that made previous editions so successful, this new edition teaches students how they can use Excel to learn the basics of statistics.

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Social Statistics for a Diverse Society

FOURTH EDITION

Chava Frankfort-nachmias University of Wisconsin Anna Leon-Guerrero Pacific Lutheran University COnTEnTS: 1. The What and the Why of Statistics / 2. Organization of Information: Frequency Distributions / 3. Graphic Presentation / 4. Measures of Central Tendency / 5. Measures of Variability / 6. Relationships Between Two Variables: Cross-Tabulation / 7. Measures of Association for Nominal and Ordinal Variables / 8. Regression and Correlation / 9. The Normal Distribution / 10. Sampling and Sampling Distributions / 11. Estimation / 12. Testing Hypotheses / 13. The Chi-Square Test / 14. Analysis of Variance

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Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics

THIRD EDITION

neil J. Salkind University of Kansas The bestselling Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics is now in its Third Edition! Following the success of the previous editions, this new Third Edition once again teaches an often intimidating and difficult subject in a way that is informative, personable, and clear. In addition, for only $25 extra on top of the price of the textbook, students can purchase the text as a bundle that include a copy of SPSS Student Version 15!

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Using SPSS for Social Statistics and Research Methods

William E. Wagner III California State University, Bakersfield Using SPSS for Social Statistics and Research Methods serves as a guide for those interested in using SPSS software to aid in statistical data analysis. It can be used as a companion to a statistics or research methods course, or a stand-alone guide. The images and directions used in this book come from SPSS version 14.0.

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Program Evaluation and Performance Measurement

An Introduction to Practice

James C. McDavid University of Victoria, Canada Laura R. L. Hawthorn Program Evaluation and Performance Measurement: An Introduction to Practice offers a conceptual, as well as practical, introduction to program evaluation and performance measurement for public and nonprofit organizations.

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Proposals That Work

A Guide for Planning Dissertations and Grant Proposals FIFTH EDITION

Lawrence F. Locke University of Massachusetts at Amherst Waneen Wyrick Spirduso The University of Texas at Austin Stephen J. Silverman Teachers College, Columbia University Previous editions of this bestseller have helped well over 100,000 students and professionals write effective proposals for dissertations and grants. Covering all aspects of the proposal process, from the most basic questions about form and style to the task of seeking funding, the Fifth Edition of Proposals That Work has been completely updated and revised to offer clear advice backed up with excellent examples. COnTEnTS: PART I: WRITING THE PROPOSAL / 1. The Function of the Proposal / 2. Doing the Right Thing: "The Habit of Truth" / 3. Developing the Thesis or Dissertation Proposal: Some Common Problems / 4. Content of the Proposal: Important Considerations / 5. Preparation of Proposals for Qualitative Research: Different Assumptions / 6. Style and Form in Writing the Proposal / 7. The Oral Presentation / PART II: MONEY FOR RESEARCH / 8. Money for Research: How to Ask for Help / 9. Preparation of the Grant Proposal / PART III: SPECIMEN PROPOSALS

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Action Research

THIRD EDITION

Ernest T. Stringer Curtin University of Technology, Australia Thoroughly revised and updated, the Third Edition of Action Research is a succinct and readable text that provides clear guidance to those engaged in professional, organizational, and community contexts. Popular in previous editions, this text provides a simple but highly effective model for approaching action research--Look, Think, and Act. Author Ernest Stringer presents detailed step-by-step procedures for engaging in effective and productive processes of inquiry.

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Leadership

Theory and Practice FOURTH EDITION

Peter G. northouse Western Michigan University Heartened by the positive response to previous editions of Leadership: Theory and Practice, this Fourth Edition is written with the same objective to bridge the gap between the often simplistic popular approaches to leadership and the more abstract theoretical approaches. COnTEnTS: 1. Introduction / 2. Trait Approach / 3. Skills Approach / 4. Style Approach / 5. Situational Approach / 6. Contingency Theory / 7. PathGoal Theory / 8. Leader-Member Exchange Theory / 9. Transformational Leadership / 10. Team Leadership / 11. Psychodynamic Approach / 12. Women and Leadership / 13. Culture and Leadership / 14. Leadership Ethics

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Surviving Your Dissertation

A Comprehensive Guide to Content and Process THIRD EDITION

Kjell E Rudestam Fielding Graduate Institute Rae R. newton California State University, Fullerton This new Third Edition offers readers direction that other dissertation guides often miss, from ways to improve one's writing, to identifying one's learning preferences, to dealing with emotional blocks. This is the most comprehensive and user friendly book available for helping graduate students complete both quantitative and qualitative dissertations in the social sciences. The authors guide the reader through the dissertation process, by addressing both content and process issues in detail and illustrating best practices through copious examples.

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How Can We Solve Our Social Problems?

James Crone Hanover College How Can We Solve Our Social Problems? discusses how we can take specific, realistic steps to solve a number of the world's social problems. Author James Crone maintains a sense of sociological objectivity throughout, and without moralizing, describes what could be done to solve some of the most pervasive social problems in America today. COnTEnTS: 1. Preparing to Solve Our Social Problems / 2. Barriers, Possibilities, and How Can Sociology Help / 3. How Can We Solve the Problem of Increasing Inequality? / 4. How Can We Solve the Problem of Poverty? / 5. How Can We Solve the Problem of Racial/Ethnic Inequality? / 6. How Can We Solve the Problem of Gender Inequality? / 7. How Can We Solve the Problem of Unequal Education? / 8. How Can We Solve the Problem of Crime? / 9. How Can We Solve the Problem of Drugs? / 10. How Can We Solve the Problem of Health Care? / 11. How Can We Solve the Problems of Families? / 12. How Can We Solve the World's Population Problem? / 13. How Can We Solve the World's Environmental Problems? / 14. Solving Our Social Problems: Predictions and Conclusions

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Encyclopedia of World Poverty

The Encyclopedia of World Poverty provides extensive and current information, as well as insight into the contemporary debate on poverty. The three volumes of this state-of-the-art Encyclopedia contain over 800 original articles written by more than 125 renowned scholars. Key Features · Examines the geographic, political, social, cultural, and other economic characteristics of 191 countries and provides current vital statistics on poverty such as the mortality, disease, and literacy rate for each country · Addresses the various definitions and measurement techniques of poverty and includes each country's ranking according to the Human Development Index and the Human Poverty Index, whenever available · Looks at potential causes of poverty, ranging from discrimination to climate factors such as drought and famine, as well as the potential effects of poverty including vulnerability, insecurity, powerlessness, social exclusion and disqualification, and stigmatization · Acknowledges the importance of various associations combating poverty such as Civil Society Organizations, Secular Charities, Religious Charities, and Non-Governmental Organizations

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Social Problems

Community, Policy and Social Action

Anna Leon-Guerrero Pacific Lutheran University Social Problems: Community, Policy, and Social Action provides an awareness that our personal experiences with problems that may arise in families, the workplace, health and medicine, the media, cities and suburbs, or with drug abuse, poverty, crime, the environment, and war and terrorism are often caused by structural or social forces. Unlike other texts, the book offers a balanced view through examining both the problems and attempts to resolve these pervasive social issues. COnTEnTS: 1. Sociology and the Study of Social Problems / 2. The Bases of Inequality: Social Class, Ethnicity, and Race / 3. The Bases of Inequality II: Sex and Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Age / 4. Families / 5. Education / 6. The Workplace / 7. Health and Medicine / 8. Drug Abuse / 9. Poverty / 10. Crime / 11. The Media / 12. Cities and Suburbs / 13. The Environment / 14. War and Terrorism / 15. Social Problems and Social Action: Private Troubles versus Public Issues

Paperback: $64.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-8782-6 2005, 488 pages

Handbook of Children, Culture, and Violence

Edited by nancy E. Dowd University of Florida Levin College of Law Dorothy G. Singer Yale University Robin Fretwell Wilson University of Maryland, School of Law The Handbook of Children, Culture, and Violence provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary examination of childhood violence that considers children as both consumers and perpetrators of violence, as well as victims of it. This Handbook is the first single volume to consider situations when children are responsible for violence, rather than focusing exclusively on occasions when they are victimized.

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Drugs and Drug Policy

The Control of Consciousness Alteration

Clayton J. Mosher Washington State University, Vancouver Scott Akins Oregon State University Drugs and Drug Policy: The Control of Consciousness Alteration provides a cross-national perspective on the regulation of drug use by examining and critiquing drug policies in the United States and abroad in terms of their scope, goals, and effectiveness. In this engaging text, authors Clayton J. Mosher and Scott Akins discuss the physiological, psychological, and behavioral effects of legal and illicit drugs; the patterns and correlates of use; and theories of the "causes" of drug use. COnTEnTS: 1. Drug Controversies and Demonization 2. Theories of Drug Use 3. The Effects of Drugs (Part I) 4. The Effects of Drugs (Part II) 5. Patterns of Illegal Drug Use 6. Patterns of Legal Drug Use 7. Policies Regulating Illegal Drugs 8. Drug Prevention Programs 9. Drug Treatment 10. Policies Regulating Legal Drugs - Part I - Alcohol and Tobacco 11. Policies Regulating Legal Drugs - Part II - Prescription and Performance Enhancing Drugs and Herbal Supplements 12. Drug Policies in Other Countries and United States Influence

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Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment - The Provider's Guide

Strategies for Self-Improvement and Change; Pathways to Responsible Living SECOND EDITION

Kenneth W. Wanberg Center for Addictions Research and Evaluation, Denver Harvey B. Milkman Metropolitan State College of Denver During the past decade the most significant advances in treating both individuals with criminal involvement and drug abuse problems as separate populations have been in the field of cognitive behavioral psychology. Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment: A Provider's Guide, Second Edition presents effective cognitive-behavioral treatment approaches for changing the behaviors of individuals who have both problems of substance abuse and criminal behavior. The book unveils a state-of-the-art approach for effectively preventing criminal recidivism and substance abuse relapse within community based and correctional settings.

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Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescents: Pathways to Self-Discovery and Change

The Provider's Guide

Harvey B. Milkman Metropolitan State College of Denver Kenneth W. Wanberg Center for Addictions Research and Evaluation, Denver Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescents: Pathways to Self-Discovery and Change, The Provider's Guide identifies psychological, biological, and social factors that contribute to the onset of adolescent deviance, including substance abuse, delinquency, and crime. Causal models for these problem behaviors are described, followed by a review of assessment and treatment protocols widely used in contemporary practice.

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Social History Assessment

Arlene Bowers Andrews University of South Carolina In the mental health and human service professions, taking a social history marks the start of most therapeutic interventions. Social History Assessment is the first resource to offer practical guidance about interpreting the social history. Author Arlene Bowers Andrews provides rich resources to assist helping professionals as they gather and­most importantly­interpret information about social relationships in the lives of individuals. COnTEnTS: 1. The Significance of a Person's Social History / 2. The Professional Lens, Part I / 3. The Professional Lens, Part II / 4. Describing the Social History / 5. Making Meaning: Interpreting the Social History / 6. Tools to Aid Social History Development

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Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment: Strategies For SelfImprovement and Change, Pathways to Responsible Living

The Participant's Workbook SECOND EDITION

Kenneth W. Wanberg Center for Addictions Research and Evaluation, Denver Harvey B. Milkman Metropolitan State College of Denver This book presents effective cognitive-behavioral treatment approaches for changing the behaviors of individuals who have both problems of substance abuse and criminal behavior. The book unveils a state-of-the-art approach for effectively preventing criminal recidivism and substance abuse relapse within community based and correctional settings.

Paperback: $36.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-0591-6 2006, 312 pages

Driving with Care: Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Driving Safety EducationStrategies for Responsible Living

The Participants Workbook, Level II Education

Kenneth W. Wanberg Center for Addictions Research and Evaluation, Denver Harvey B. Milkman Metropolitan State College of Denver David S. Timken This is a 12-session, 24-hour education program for impaired driving offenders who have at least minimal indicators of past problems associated with AOD use or misuse and whose arrest BAC was at the impaired driving level. Level II Education helps clients to understand how problem behaviors are learned and how those behaviors are strengthened. They develop a good understanding of their involvement in impaired driving and how their state laws apply to that involvement. Clients learn how their own AOD use fits clinically identified patterns and cycles of AOD use and misuse. They develop strategies and skills to prevent future problems of use and misuse and involvement in DWI behavior: relapse and recidivism prevention.

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Driving with Care: Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Driving Safety EducationStrategies for Responsible Living

The Participants Workbook, Level 1 Education

Kenneth W. Wanberg Center for Addictions Research and Evaluation, Denver Harvey B. Milkman Metropolitan State College of Denver David S. Timken This is a six-session, 12-hour DWI education program for first time offenders who indicate minimal if any problems, other than impaired driving, associated with AOD use, who have no prior offenses, no prior diagnosis of Substance Abuse or Substance Dependence, and no other problems related to AOD use or misuse. The main purposes of this protocol are to prevent recidivism into DWI behavior and to prevent future AOD related problems.

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Driving With Care: Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Impaired Driving Offender Treatment-Strategies for Responsible Living

The Participant's Workbook, Level II Therapy

Kenneth W. Wanberg Center for Addictions Research and Evaluation, Denver, CO Harvey B. Milkman Metropolitan State College of Denver David S. Timken This sequel is a 21-session, 42 hour program including 10 manual guided therapy projects. Level II Therapy assists in developing individualized treatment plans. It is designed for clients with higher levels of AOD disruption and psychosocial problems who need intervention over longer periods of time. The program builds on the core concepts and ideas of DWC Education with a more intensive and therapeutic approach. The primary objectives are preventing recidivism and relapse with the overarching goal of developing strategies for responsible living and change.

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Pathways to Self-Discovery and Change: Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescents

The Participant's Workbook

Harvey B. Milkman Metropolitan State College of Denver Kenneth W. Wanberg Center for Addictions Research and Evaluation, Denver Pathways to Self-Discovery and Change: Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescents, The Participant's Workbook presents a written and illustrated format through which clients can better understand and reflect on each of 32 adolescent-focused CBT treatment sessions. PSD-C supplies clients with a visual and written record of all treatment objectives, content information, modeling and role plays, discussion points, interactive exercises, reflective assignments and a place to record their ideas, insights, short and long term goals, and progress during the entire treatment episode.

Paperback: $38.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-0614-2 2005, 344 pages

Essentials of Terrorism

Concepts and Controversies

Gus Martin California State University, Dominguez Hills Essentials of Terrorism: Concepts and Controversies is a concise resource for understanding modern terrorism. This briefer version of Martin's popular text Understanding Terrorism, Second Edition, can be readily used in conjunction with other resources such as Martin's The New Era of Terrorism collection of readings, or with other supplemental texts or journal articles. Essentials of Terrorism: Concepts and Controversies is a concise resource for understanding the multifaceted subject of modern terrorism. The book is a foundational text, or "anchor" volume, which can be readily used in conjunction with other resources such as topical texts, specialized publications, journal articles, and readers. It is designed for university students and professionals, and is directed to academic and professional courses of instruction whose subject areas include terrorism, homeland security, international security, criminal justice administration, political conflict, armed conflict, and social movements. Ancillaries! · Study Site at www.sagepub.com/martinessstudy · Instructor's Resource CD with test bank, PowerPoint slides, and more! COnTEnTS: PART I: UNDERSTANDING TERRORISM: A CONCEPTUAL REVIEW 1. Defining Terrorism 2. Historical Perspectives and Ideological Origins 3. Causes of Terrorist Violence PART II: TERRORIST ENVIRONMENTS 4. Terrorism by the State 5. Terrorism by Dissidents 6. Religious Terrorism 7. International Terrorism 8. Domestic Terrorism in the United States PART III: THE TERRORIST BATTLEGROUND 9. Terrorist Violence and the Role of the Media 10. Tactics and Targets of Terrorism 11. Counterterrorism and the "War on Terrorism" 12. Future Trends and Projections

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Terrorism in Perspective

SECOND EDITION

Sue Mahan University of Central Florida, Daytona Beach Pamala L. Griset University of Central Florida The Second Edition of Terrorism in Perspective, like its successful predecessor, takes a broad-based approach that emphasizes the historical, political, religious, social, and economic perceptions that underlie an understanding of terrorism. This unique text-reader combines original essays with the best of the existing literature on terrorism. Each chapter is divided into two parts--beginning with an overview of the topic, followed by two previously published articles culled from a wide variety of popular, academic, and governmental sources. COnTEnTS: 1. What is Terrorism? 2. History of Terrorism 3. International Terrorism 4. Terrorist Tactics Around the Globe 5. Homegrown Terrorism in the United States 6. Media Coverage of Terrorism 7. Women Terrorists 8. Technology and Terrorism 9. Counterterrorism

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Understanding Terrorism

Challenges, Perspectives, and Issues SECOND EDITION

Gus Martin California State University, Dominguez Hills In the same dynamic spirit as the prior edition, the Second Edition of Understanding Terrorism: Challenges, Perspectives, and Issues continues to provide students with an interesting, accessible and comprehensive exploration of contemporary terrorism. This new "big" edition is completely updated to offer the most recent theories and cases related to terrorist activity and efforts to combat terrorism over the last three years. Accompanied by High-Quality Ancillaries! · Instructors' Resource CD-ROM · Companion Web site at www.sagepub.com/Martin2Study COnTEnTS: 1. Terrorism: A Conceptual Review / 2. Terrorism: First Impressions / 3. The Nature of the Beast: Defining Terrorism / 4. Beginnings: The Causes of Terrorism / 5. The Terrorists / 6. Terror From Above: State Terrorism / 7. Terror From Below: Dissident Terrorism / 8. Violence in the Name of the Faith: Religious Terrorism / 9. Terrorism / 10. Violent Ideologies: Terrorism from the Left and Right / 11. Terrorist Spillovers: International Terrorism / 12. Emerging Terrorist Environments: Gender-Selective Terrorism and Criminal / 13. Dissident Terrorism / 14. The Terrorist Trade / 15. Tools of the Trade: Tactics and Targets of Terrorists / 16. The Information Battleground: Terrorist Violence and the Role of the Media / 17. The American Case: Terrorism in the United States / 18. America / 19. America / 20. Responding to Terror: The Options / 21. What Next? The Future of Terrorism

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Confronting the Specter of nuclear Terrorism

Edited by Graham Allison Harvard University Employing several vantage points, this special issue of The ANNALS clarifies and assesses the threat of a nuclear terrorist attack and examines possible solutions for preventing such a catastrophic event. This volume takes a comprehensive historical look at the development of the threat of nuclear terrorism and assesses how that threat has changed over time.

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Risk Balance and Security

Erin G. Van Brunschot University of Calgary Leslie W. Kennedy Rutgers University

The new Era of Terrorism

Selected Readings

Edited by Gus Martin California State University, Dominguez Hills The new Era of Terrorism: Selected Readings is a collection of edited articles on policy issues that have emerged since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, as well as relevant events that immediately preceded the attacks. The compelling articles in this reader are from reputable journals and magazines such as The Atlantic Monthly and The New Republic and have been written by renowned scholars in the field of terrorism. Editor Gus Martin provides an introduction to each chapter that summarizes the major issues and topics covered within the chapter. COnTEnTS: PART I: CONCEPTUALIZING THE THREAT IN THE NEW ERA / PART II: TERRORIST BEHAVIOR IN THE NEW ERA / PART III: WHAT IS TO BE DONE? POLICY CHOICES IN THE NEW ERA

Paperback: $42.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-8873-1 2004, 304 pages

Risk Balance and Security combines the conceptual underpinnings of risk assessment and management at both the individual and agency level with a clear analysis of how these relate to challenges faced in responding to crime, terrorism, public health threats, and environmental disasters. With a new understanding of how decisions are made about threats and hazards, and how this understanding may be applied in our preparedness, prevention, and response strategies, we will be able to better conceptualize our task for enhancing security in the future. This is an excellent text for undergraduate and graduate courses such as Disaster Research, Security, Police Studies, Emergency Planning, and Crime and Public Policy in the departments of criminology, criminal justice, political science, and public health. COnTEnTS: 1. The Centrality of Security 2. Values and Choices in Constructing Security 3. Crime and Security 4. Modern Terrorism 5. Landscapes of Security: Health and the Environment 6. The Stages of Risk Balance and Security 7. Concluding Thoughts

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TRAnSnATIOnAL CRIME

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Handbook of Transnational Crime and Justice

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Edited by Philip Reichel University of Northern Colorado - Greeley, Colorado BOnUS OFFER! SAGE has significantly reduced the price of this Handbook in response to professor requests, making it accessible to a student audience worldwide. In addition, everyone who purchases this Handbook will receive 6 months' FREE online access to 4 SAGE Journals: Criminal Justice Review; International Criminal Justice Review; European Journal of Criminology; and Punishment & Society. In the Handbook of Transnational Crime and Justice, editor Philip Reichel has brought together renowned scholars from around the world to offer various perspectives providing global coverage of the increasingly transnational nature of crime and the attempts to provide cooperative crossnational responses. This volume not only has a comprehensive introduction to the topic of transnational crime but also provides specific examples such as international terrorism, drug trafficking, and money laundering to illustrate this ever expanding phenomenon. The Handbook is a vital resource for courses in Comparative Criminal Justice, and indepartment of criminology and of criminal justice. COnTEnTS: PART I: INTRODUCTION / 1. A Historical Overview of Transnational Crime / 2. Comparing Crime and Justice / PART II: TRANSNATIONAL CRIME IN THE 21ST CENTURY / 3. Measuring Transnational Crime / 4. Terrorism in Transition / 5. Expanding the International Regime on Money Laundering in Response to Transnational Organized Crime, Terrorism, and Corruption / 6. The Illicit Traffic in Plundered Antiquities / 7. Computer Crime in a Brave New World / 8. Transnational Environmental Crime / 9. Drug Trafficking as a Transnational Crime / 10. Trafficking in Human Beings and Smuggling of Migrants / 11. War Crimes, Crimes Against Humanity, and Genocide in International Criminal Law / PART III: CROSS-NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL EFFORTS TO COMBAT TRANSNATIONAL CRIME / 12. Comparative Overview of Policing, Courts, and Corrections / 13. International Instruments on Cooperation in Responding to Transnational Crime / 14. "Wild Beasts Without Nationality": The Uncertain Origins of Interpol, 1898­1910 / 15. International Cooperation in Policing / 16. Adjudicating International Crimes / 17. From Anticolonialism to Neocolonialism: A Brief Political-Economic History of Transnational Concern About Corrections / PART IV: REGIONAL AND SPECIAL ISSUES / 18. Organized Crime in Africa / 19. Organized Crime in Asia / 20. Organized Crime in Europe / 21. Organized Crime in Latin America / 22. Organized Crime in North America / 23. Juvenile Justice in the International Arena / 24. Symbolic Law, Isolationism, and the Death Penalty

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Victims of Crime

THIRD EDITION

Edited by Robert C. Davis RAND Corporation Arthur J. Lurigio Loyola University, Chicago Susan Herman Pace University The Third Edition of this widely used and respected book has been thoroughly revised and updated to offer the most current research, thinking, and best practices regarding crime victims and crime victim services. Using an engaging and comprehensible format, editors Robert C. Davis, Arthur J. Lurigio, and Susan Herman provide a synopsis of the contemporary literature and debates on significant topics in the field of criminal victimization. COnTEnTS: 1. Introduction to Victims of Crime / 2. Developmental Victimology / 3. Sexual Assault Victimization across the Lifespan Rates, Consequences, and Interventions for Different Populations / 4. Victims of Domestic Violence / 5. Stalking in America / 6. Hate Crimes / 7. Homicide Survivors / 9. The Mental Health and Behavioral Consequences of Terrorism / 10. Elder Abuse / 11. The Mentally Ill as Victims of Crime / 12. GenderBased Violence in Schools / 13. The Reoccurrence of Victimization / 14. Victimization / 15. Crisis Intervention with Victims of Violent Crimes / 16. The Key Contributions of Family, Friends, and Neighbors / 17. Victim Participation in the Criminal Justice System / 18. Legal Rights for Crime Victims in the Criminal Justice System / 19. Reaching Underserved Victim Populations

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Victims, Crime and Society

Edited by Pamela M. Davies University of Northumbria at Newcastle, U.K. Peter Francis Northumbria University, U.K. Chris Greer City University, U.K. Organized around the intersecting social divisions of class, race, age and gender, the book provides an engaging and authoritative overview of the nature of victimization in society. In addition to a review of the major theoretical developments in relation to understanding aspects of victimization in society, individual chapters explore the political and social context of victimization and the historical, comparative and contemporary research and scholarly work on it.

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Extreme Killing

Understanding Serial and Mass Murder

James Alan Fox Northeastern University Jack Levin Northeastern University Extreme Killing: Understanding Serial and Mass Murder provides a comprehensive, fascinating overview of multiple homicide, including both serial and mass murder. Adopting a unified conceptual framework for understanding these divergent forms of extreme killing, this book illustrates the many violent expressions of power, revenge, terror, greed, and loyalty using contemporary and classic case studies in multiple murder. 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. Non-Sexual Control / 11. Killing Cults / 12. So Many Victims / PART III. MASSACRES / 13. For Love, Money or Revenge / 14. Family Annihilation / 15. Firing Back / 16. Copycat Killings / 17. Fighting City Hall / 18. I Hate Motivated Mass Murder / 19. Going Berserk / PART IV: EPILOGUE / 20. Remembering The Victims

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Family Violence in a Cultural Perspective

Defining, Understanding, and Combating Abuse

Kathleen Malley-Morrison Boston University - School of Medicine Denise Hines University of New Hampshire Family Violence in a Cultural Perspective focuses on family violence from four major ethnic populations of the United States: Native American Indian, African American, Hispanic/Latino, and Asian American. The information and cases in the book are organized within a cognitiveaffective-ecological framework, allowing readers to consider the many causes of family violence. The book looks at the different types of family violence including child, spousal, and elder abuse and addresses the broader historical and environmental forces contributing to violence within different communities.

Paperback: $49.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-2596-5 2004, 328 pages

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 Family Violence in the United States: Defining, Understanding, and Combating Abuse examines all types of family aggression. Using an ecological framework, authors Denise A. Hines and Kathleen MalleyMorrison provide a thought-provoking and informative discussion not only of the most well-recognized forms of maltreatment in families, but also of less understood and more controversial issues such as husband abuse, parent abuse, and gay/lesbian abuse. COnTEnTS: 1. Issues in the Definition of Family Violence and Abuse / 2. Cultural Contexts of Family Violence / 3. Cultural Contexts: Religion / 4. Child Physical Abuse / 5. Child Sexual Abuse / 6. Child Neglect and Psychological Maltreatment / 7. Wife Abuse / 8. Husband Abuse / 9. Abuse in Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender Relationships / 10. Elder Abuse / 11. Hidden Types of Family Violence: Abuse of Siblings, Parents, and People with Disabilities / 12. Responding Effectively to Family Violence

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Domestic Violence

The Criminal Justice Response THIRD EDITION

Eve S. Buzawa University of Massachusetts, Lowell Carl G. Buzawa Domestic Violence is unique in its emphasis on the victim's perspective, including the victim's needs as well as preferences for and satisfaction with intervention. COnTEnTS: 1. Introduction / 2. Defining and Measuring Domestic Violence and its Impact / 3. Risk Markers for Victims, Offenders, and Families / 4. Societal and Historical Factors in Domestic Violence / 5. The Traditional Police Response and Early Innovations / 6. The Push for Greater Criminal Justice Intervention / 7. The Development of State and Federal Legislation / 8. The Increased Policy Preference for Arrest / 9. Factors Effecting Organizational Variations / 10. Variations in Police Response to Domestic and Non-Domestic Violence / 11. Classic Patterns of Non-Intervention by the Prosecutors and Courts / 12. The Increased Role of Restraining and Protective Orders / 13. The Changing Prosecutorial Response / 14. Judicial Innovations / 15. Innovations in Judicial Processing and Disposition

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Suicide

Theory, Practice and Investigation

Ronald M. Holmes University of Louisville Stephen T. Holmes University of Central Florida Suicide: Theory, Practice and Investigation is the only text available in paperback form that offers an accessible overview of suicide in the United States. Written by Ronald M. Holmes and Stephen T. Holmes, two of the foremost authors of murder and violent crime books in the world, this book examines the social problem and criminal justice concerns of suicide from unique perspectives. COnTEnTS: 1. Suicide / 2. History and Suicide / 3. Theories and Types of Suicide / 4.Youth and Suicide / 5. Suicide and the Elderly / 6. Suicide and Violence Among Inmates / 7. Suicide Letters: A Typology and Analysis / 8. Selected Atypical Studies / 9. Suicide Investigation / 10. Depression, Drugs, Alcohol and Suicide / 11. Suicide and the Future

Paperback: $38.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-1010-1 Hardcover: $84.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-1009-5 2006, 192 pages

Current Perspectives on Sex Crimes

Ronald M. Holmes University of Louisville Stephen T. Holmes University of Central Florida

This wide-ranging anthology offers a variety of perspectives with excerpts from books and current articles from research journals, plus four original contributed articles. Topics covered include the major types of sex crimes and offenders, therapies, juvenile sex offenses, and nuisance sexual offenders. This book is designed as a stand alone or as a supplemental text to Sex Crimes.

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Sex Crimes

Patterns and Behavior THIRD EDITION

Ronald M. Holmes University of Louisville Stephen T. Holmes University of Central Florida The Third Edition offers a comprehensive survey of sex offenders and offenses and includes coverage of the psychological profiling of sex offenders, the often ritualistic crimes they commit, and the effect their actions have on victims. The highly praised writing style engages students' interest with a unique approach to sex crimes, deviance, and criminal behavior theory and analysis. First person accounts from sex offenders enliven the research discussions surrounding the motivations for this deviant behavior and the impact of treatments. COnTEnTS: 1. Sex Behaviors and Crimes in The United States / 2. Theories of Sexual Deviance: Understanding the Casual Nexus / 3. Sex and History / 4. Nuisance Sex Behaviors / 5. Incest / 6. Pedophilia / 7. Child Pornography / 8. Adult Pornography / 9. Dangerous Sex Crimes / 10. Rape / 11. Victims of Sexual Assault / 12. Treatment of Sex Offenders

Paperback: $39.95, ISBN: 978-1-4129-5298-9 November 2007, 350 pages

Profiling Violent Crimes

An Investigative Tool THIRD EDITION

Ronald M. Holmes University of Louisville Stephen T. Holmes University of Central Florida Fourth Edition Coming January 2008! The Third Edition of this bestseller is a thorough revision, which is a very important feature in this fast-moving field. New chapters cover criminal behavior theories and psychological profiling; autoerotic deaths, and occult crimes, plus two new chapters detailing infamous unsolved crimes/ criminals: Jack the Ripper and the Jon Benet Ramsay case. COnTEnTS: 1. Psychological Profiling: An Introduction / 2. Profiling in Fantasy and Fact / 3. The Rationale for Psychological Profiling / 4. Criminal Theories and Psychological Profiling / 5. Analyzing the Crime Scene / 6. Arson and Psychological Profiling / 7. Profiling Serial Murderers / 8. Psychological Profiling and Rape / 9. Pedophilia and Psychological Profiling / 10. Autoeroticism / 11. Profiling Satanic and Cult-Related Murders / 12. Geography, Profiling, and Predatory Criminals / 13. Jack the Ripper: A Case for Psychological Profiling / 14. JonBenet Ramsey: The Murder of a Beauty Queen / 15. The Victim in Psychological Profiling / 16. Profiling and the Future

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Violence

The Enduring Problem

Alex Alvarez Northern Arizona University Ronet Bachman Sociology and Criminal Justice, University of Delaware Through the use of contemporary and historical sources this book explores a variety of individual and collective types of violent crimes. It incorporates a broad interdisciplinary approach to analyzing the patterns and correlates of violence using the most up-to-date research and theories and presents them in a style intended to be accessible to a wide audience of readers. Key Features · Written in a highly engaging style, this book focuses on both interpersonal and collective types of violence and explores the linkages that connect these different types of violence, and highlights the ties that bind various types of violence together. · Highlights the importance of context, such as time and place and how this context shapes the nature and outcome of the violent interaction. · Case studies, photos and insert boxes make the book more accessible and interesting for an undergraduate audience. · End-of-chapter discussion questions include Web research exercises. COnTEnTS: 1. As American as Apple Pie 2. Explaining Violence 3. Aiding and Abetting Violence 4. Assault and Murder: A Continuum of Violence 5. Violence in the Home 6. Stranger Danger 7. Rape and Sexual Assault 8. Mob Violence 9. Terrorism 10. Genocide 11. Towards Violence Prevention

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Understanding Homicide

Fiona Brookman University of Glamorgan, South Wales Understanding Homicide is a comprehensive and challenging text unraveling the phenomenon of homicide. The author combines original analysis with a lucid overview of the key theories and debates in the study of homicide and violence. In introducing the broad spectrum of different features, aspects and forms of homicide, Fiona Brookman examines its patterns and trends, how it may be explained, its investigation and how it may be prevented. The book is unique in its focus, coverage, and style and bridges a major gap in criminological literature. While focused in several respects upon the U.K. experience of homicide, the text necessarily draws upon and makes a significant contribution to international literature, research and debate. COnTEnTS: PART I: PLACING HOMICIDE IN CONTEXT / 1. Deconstructing Homicide / 2. Patterns and Characteristics of Homicide in the UK / PART II: EXPLANATIONS OF HOMICIDE / 3. Biological Explanations of Homicide / 4. Psychological Explanations of Homicide / 5. Sociological Explanations of Homicide / PART III: MAKING SENSE OF PARTICULAR FORMS OF HOMICIDE / 6. When Men Kill / 7. When Women Kill / 8. The Killing of Children and Infants / 9. Multiple Homicide / PART IV: DEALING WITH HOMICIDE / 10. The Investigation of Homicide / 11. Preventing Homicide in the UK / 12. Overview and Conclusions

Paperback: $50.95, ISBN: 978-0-7619-4755-4 Hardcover: $112.00, ISBN: 978-0-7619-4754-7 2005, 368 pages

WHITE COLLAR CRIME

Encyclopedia of White-Collar & Corporate Crime

Edited by Lawrence M. Salinger Arkansas State University With more than 500 entries (including up-to-date information on such high profile cases as Martha Stewart and Enron), the Encyclopedia of White-Collar & Corporate Crime gathers history, definitions, examples, investigation, prosecution, assessments, challenges, and projections into one definitive reference work on the topic. The Encyclopedia of White-Collar & Corporate Crime is edited to incorporate information about a variety of white-collar crimes, and provides examples of persons, statutes, companies, and convictions. Each entry offers a thorough and thoughtful summary of the topic. Rather than a simple definition, users are given a satisfying and sophisticated synopsis with references for further study.

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TITLE INDEX

About Criminals (Pogrebin).....................................................................................................................7 Action Research, 3e (Stringer)............................................................................................................ 27 Adventures in Criminal Justice Research (Dowdall)................................................................23 Adventures in Social Research (Babbie) .......................................................................................25 Adventures in Social Research with SPSS (Babbie)................................................................25 Applied Statistics (Warner) .................................................................................................................25 Best Practices in Quantitative Methods (Osborne) ..................................................................25 Career Criminals in Society (DeLisi)....................................................................................................7 Comparative Youth Justice (Muncie) ..............................................................................................18 Compassionate Statistics (Faherty) ..................................................................................................25 The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice (Davis) .............................................................13 Confronting the Specter of Nuclear Terrorism (Allison) .........................................................32 Contemporary Criminal Law (Lippman) ............................................................................................5 Continuing the Struggle for Justice (Krisberg) ..............................................................................7 Correctional Boot Camps (MacKenzie) .............................................................................................2 Crime (Crutchfield)......................................................................................................................................8 Crime Analysis and Crime Mapping (Boba) ...................................................................................3 Crime and Everyday Life (Felson) .........................................................................................................8 Crime and Nature (Felson) ......................................................................................................................9 Criminal and Social Justice (Cook)......................................................................................................4 Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment - The Provider's Guide (Wanberg) .....................................................................................................................................................29 Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescents: Pathways to Self-Discovery and Change (Milkman) ..........................................................................................29 Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment: Strategies For Self-Improvement and Change, Pathways to Responsible Living (Wanberg) .............30 Criminal Justice (Smartt) ..........................................................................................................................4 Criminal Justice Ethics (Banks) ..........................................................................................................15 Criminological Theory (Lilly)....................................................................................................................6 Criminological Theory + The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice, Bundle (Lilly / Davis)...................................................................................................................................6 Criminology (Muncie) ................................................................................................................................9 Criminology (Treadwell) ............................................................................................................................9 Criminology (Walsh).................................................................................................................................10 Criminology + The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice, Bundle (Walsh) ...........11 Criminology and Social Policy (Knepper) ......................................................................................11 Current Perspectives in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice (Bartol) ................16 Current Perspectives on Sex Crimes (Holmes)...........................................................................35 Cybercrime and Society (Yar)..............................................................................................................15 Democracy, Crime, and Justice (Karstedt)....................................................................................21 Democritization of Policing (Haberfeld) .........................................................................................22 Designing & Conducting Mixed Methods Research (Creswell) ........................................23 Developmental Criminology and Its Discontents (Sampson)..............................................11 Doing Justice, Doing Gender (Martin) ........................................................................................... 17 Domestic Violence (Buzawa)...............................................................................................................34 Driving with Care: Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Driving Safety Education-Strategies for Responsible Living (Wanberg).....................................................................................................30 Driving with Care: Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Driving Safety Education-Strategies for Responsible Living (Wanberg).....................................................................................................30 Driving With Care: Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Impaired Driving Offender Treatment-Strategies for Responsible Living (Wanberg) .......................................................30 Driving With Care:Education and Treatment of the Impaired Driving OffenderStrategies for Responsible Living (Wanberg) ..............................................................................30 Drugs and Drug Policy (Mosher) ......................................................................................................29 Encyclopedia of Law and Society (Clark) ......................................................................................21 Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement (Sullivan) ..............................................................................22 Encyclopedia of Prisons and Correctional Facilities (Bosworth) ...........................................2 Encyclopedia of White-Collar & Corporate Crime (Salinger) ...............................................36 Encyclopedia of World Poverty (Odekon)......................................................................................28 Essentials of Terrorism (Martin) .........................................................................................................31 Extreme Killing (Fox) ................................................................................................................................34 Family Violence in a Cultural Perspective (Malley-Morrison) ..............................................34 Family Violence in the United States (Hines) ..............................................................................34 Forensic Psychology Text and Reader Bundle (Bartol) ...........................................................16 Geographic Information Systems for the Social Sciences (Steinberg)...............................4 Globalization and Crime (Franko Aas) ............................................................................................11

A Guide to Qualitative Field Research (Bailey) ...........................................................................25 Handbook of Children, Culture, and Violence (Dowd)............................................................28 Handbook of Transnational Crime and Justice: Special Offer Edition (Reichel) .........33 How Can We Solve Our Social Problems? (Crone)...................................................................28 Information Technology and the Criminal Justice System (Pattavina)................................4 Introduction to Criminology (Hagan)...............................................................................................12 Introduction to Criminology + The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice, Bundle (Hagan / Davis)..........................................................................................................................12 Introduction to Forensic Psychology (Bartol)...............................................................................16 Ironies of Imprisonment (Welch) ..........................................................................................................2 Juvenile Justice (Cox)..............................................................................................................................20 Juvenile Justice (Krisberg) ....................................................................................................................19 Juvenile Justice (Martin) .......................................................................................................................19 Leadership (Northouse) ......................................................................................................................... 27 Making Sense of the Social World (Chambliss) .........................................................................26 Media and Crime (Jewkes) ..................................................................................................................21 Media and Violence (Boyle).................................................................................................................21 The New Era of Terrorism (Martin) ...................................................................................................32 The New Policing (McLaughlin) ........................................................................................................22 The New World of Police Accountability (Walker).....................................................................22 Pathways to Self-Discovery and Change: Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescents (Milkman) .............................................................................31 The Penal System (Cavadino).................................................................................................................3 Penal Systems (Cavadino)........................................................................................................................3 Policing (Grieve).........................................................................................................................................22 The Practice of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice (Bachman) .................24 The Practice of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice + The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice, Bundle (Bachman / Davis)...............................................24 The Practice of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice with SPSS Student Version 15.0 (Bachman) .........................................................................................................................24 Profiling Violent Crimes (Holmes) .....................................................................................................35 Program Evaluation and Performance Measurement (McDavid) ..................................... 27 Proposals That Work (Locke)............................................................................................................... 27 Psychosocial Criminology (Gadd)......................................................................................................13 Race and Crime (Gabbidon)................................................................................................................23 Race, Culture, Psychology, and Law (Barrett) .............................................................................23 Risk Balance and Security (Van Brunschot) ................................................................................32 The SAGE Dictionary of Criminology (McLaughlin).................................................................14 Sex Crimes (Holmes)...............................................................................................................................35 Social History Assessment (Andrews) ............................................................................................29 Social Problems (Leon-Guerrero)......................................................................................................28 Social Statistics for a Diverse Society (Frankfort-Nachmias)...............................................26 Social Statistics for a Diverse Society and Using SPSS for Social Statistics and Research Methods (Frankfort-Nachmias / Wagner) ...............................................................26 Social Statistics for a Diverse Society with SPSS (Frankfort-Nachmias) .......................26 Social Statistics for a Diverse Society with SPSS and Using SPSS for Social Statistics and Research Methods (Frankfort-Nachmias / Wagner) .................................26 Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics (Salkind) .......................................26 Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics, Excel Edition (Salkind) ..........26 Study Skills for Criminology (Harrison)...........................................................................................13 Suicide (Holmes) .......................................................................................................................................35 Surviving Your Dissertation (Rudestam)........................................................................................ 27 Terrorism in Perspective (Mahan) .....................................................................................................31 Understanding Criminal Justice (Smith) ........................................................................................14 Understanding Gender, Crime, and Justice (Morash) ............................................................ 17 Understanding Homicide (Brookman)............................................................................................36 Understanding Terrorism (Martin) ....................................................................................................32 The U.S. Federal Prison System (Bosworth) ....................................................................................2 Using SPSS for Social Statistics and Research Methods (Wagner).................................26 The Vertigo of Late Modernity (Young) .............................................................................................7 Victims of Crime (Davis) ........................................................................................................................33 Victims, Crime and Society (Davies) ................................................................................................33 Violence (Alvarez) .....................................................................................................................................36 When Crime Waves (Sacco) ................................................................................................................14 World of Crime (Van Dijk) .....................................................................................................................14 Youth and Crime (Muncie) ...................................................................................................................18 Youth Crime and Justice (Goldson)..................................................................................................18

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Allison: Confronting the Specter of Nuclear Terrorism ...........................................................32 Alvarez: Violence .......................................................................................................................................36 Krisberg: Continuing the Struggle for Justice ................................................................................7 Krisberg: Juvenile Justice ......................................................................................................................19 Leon-Guerrero: Social Problems ........................................................................................................28 Lilly / Davis: Criminological Theory + The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice, Bundle ...............................................................................................................................................................6 Lilly: Criminological Theory......................................................................................................................6 Lippman: Contemporary Criminal Law ..............................................................................................5 Locke: Proposals That Work................................................................................................................. 27 MacKenzie: Correctional Boot Camps ...............................................................................................2 Mahan: Terrorism in Perspective .......................................................................................................31 Malley-Morrison: Family Violence in a Cultural Perspective ................................................34 Martin: Doing Justice, Doing Gender.............................................................................................. 17 Martin: Essentials of Terrorism............................................................................................................31 Martin: Juvenile Justice..........................................................................................................................19 Martin: The New Era of Terrorism .....................................................................................................32 Martin: Understanding Terrorism ......................................................................................................32 McDavid: Program Evaluation and Performance Measurement........................................ 27 McLaughlin: The New Policing...........................................................................................................22 McLaughlin: The SAGE Dictionary of Criminology ...................................................................14 Milkman: Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescents: Pathways to Self-Discovery and Change.......................................................................................29 Milkman: Pathways to Self-Discovery and Change: Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescents .............................................................................31 Morash: Understanding Gender, Crime, and Justice............................................................... 17 Mosher: Drugs and Drug Policy ........................................................................................................29 Muncie: Comparative Youth Justice ................................................................................................18 Muncie: Criminology ..................................................................................................................................9 Muncie: Youth and Crime .....................................................................................................................18 Northouse: Leadership ........................................................................................................................... 27 Odekon: Encyclopedia of World Poverty ........................................................................................28 Osborne: Best Practices in Quantitative Methods ....................................................................25 Pattavina: Information Technology and the Criminal Justice System..................................4 Pogrebin: About Criminals .......................................................................................................................7 Reichel: Handbook of Transnational Crime and Justice: Special Offer Edition ...........33 Rudestam: Surviving Your Dissertation .......................................................................................... 27 Sacco: When Crime Waves...................................................................................................................14 Salinger: Encyclopedia of White-Collar & Corporate Crime .................................................36 Salkind: Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics .........................................26 Salkind: Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics, Excel Edition ............26 Sampson: Developmental Criminology and Its Discontents ................................................11 Smartt: Criminal Justice ............................................................................................................................4 Smith: Understanding Criminal Justice ..........................................................................................14 Steinberg: Geographic Information Systems for the Social Sciences .................................4 Stringer: Action Research, 3e.............................................................................................................. 27 Sullivan: Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement.................................................................................22 Treadwell: Criminology...............................................................................................................................9 Van Brunschot: Risk Balance and Security...................................................................................32 Van Dijk: World of Crime........................................................................................................................14 Wagner: Using SPSS for Social Statistics and Research Methods...................................26 Walker: The New World of Police Accountability.......................................................................22 Walsh: Criminology...................................................................................................................................10 Walsh: Criminology + The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice, Bundle .............11 Wanberg: Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment The Provider's Guide ................................................................................................................................29 Wanberg: Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment: Strategies For Self-Improvement and Change, Pathways to Responsible Living .....................................30 Wanberg: Driving with Care: Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Driving Safety Education-Strategies for Responsible Living...............................................................................30 Wanberg: Driving with Care: Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Driving Safety Education-Strategies for Responsible Living...............................................................................30 Wanberg: Driving With Care: Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Impaired Driving Offender Treatment-Strategies for Responsible Living ...............................................................................30 Wanberg: Driving With Care:Education and Treatment of the Impaired Driving Offender-Strategies for Responsible Living .................................................................................30 Warner: Applied Statistics ....................................................................................................................25 Welch: Ironies of Imprisonment ............................................................................................................2 Yar: Cybercrime and Society ................................................................................................................15 Young: The Vertigo of Late Modernity ...............................................................................................7

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Andrews: Social History Assessment ..............................................................................................29 Babbie: Adventures in Social Research .........................................................................................25 Babbie: Adventures in Social Research with SPSS ..................................................................25 Bachman / Davis: The Practice of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice + The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice, Bundle.....................24 Bachman: The Practice of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice....................24 Bachman: The Practice of Research in Criminology and Criminal Justice with SPSS Student Version 15.0 ................................................................................................................................24 Bailey: A Guide to Qualitative Field Research .............................................................................25 Banks: Criminal Justice Ethics ............................................................................................................15 Barrett: Race, Culture, Psychology, and Law................................................................................23 Bartol: Current Perspectives in Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice...................16 Bartol: Forensic Psychology Text and Reader Bundle..............................................................16 Bartol: Introduction to Forensic Psychology .................................................................................16 Boba: Crime Analysis and Crime Mapping .....................................................................................3 Bosworth: Encyclopedia of Prisons and Correctional Facilities .............................................2 Bosworth: The U.S. Federal Prison System.......................................................................................2 Boyle: Media and Violence ...................................................................................................................21 Brookman: Understanding Homicide..............................................................................................36 Buzawa: Domestic Violence.................................................................................................................34 Cavadino: Penal Systems..........................................................................................................................3 Cavadino: The Penal System ...................................................................................................................3 Chambliss: Making Sense of the Social World ...........................................................................26 Clark: Encyclopedia of Law and Society ........................................................................................21 Cook: Criminal and Social Justice ........................................................................................................4 Cox: Juvenile Justice................................................................................................................................20 Creswell: Designing & Conducting Mixed Methods Research ..........................................23 Crone: How Can We Solve Our Social Problems? .....................................................................28 Crutchfield: Crime ........................................................................................................................................8 Davies: Victims, Crime and Society...................................................................................................33 Davis: The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice................................................................13 Davis: Victims of Crime...........................................................................................................................33 DeLisi: Career Criminals in Society......................................................................................................7 Dowd: Handbook of Children, Culture, and Violence..............................................................28 Dowdall: Adventures in Criminal Justice Research..................................................................23 Faherty: Compassionate Statistics ....................................................................................................25 Felson: Crime and Everyday Life ...........................................................................................................8 Felson: Crime and Nature ........................................................................................................................9 Fox: Extreme Killing ..................................................................................................................................34 Frankfort-Nachmias: Social Statistics for a Diverse Society .................................................26 Frankfort-Nachmias: Social Statistics for a Diverse Society with SPSS .........................26 Frankfort-Nachmias / Wagner: Social Statistics for a Diverse Societyand Using SPSS for Social Statistics and Research Methods.................................................................................26 Frankfort-Nachmias / Wagner: Social Statistics for a Diverse Society with SPSS and Using SPSS for Social Statistics and Research Methods......................................................26 Franko Aas: Globalization and Crime ..............................................................................................11 Gabbidon: Race and Crime ..................................................................................................................23 Gadd: Psychosocial Criminology........................................................................................................13 Goldson: Youth Crime and Justice....................................................................................................18 Grieve: Policing ...........................................................................................................................................22 Haberfeld: Democritization of Policing ...........................................................................................22 Hagan / Davis: Introduction to Criminology + The Concise Dictionary of Crime and Justice, Bundle ..................................................................................................................................12 Hagan: Introduction to Criminology .................................................................................................12 Harrison: Study Skills for Criminology .............................................................................................13 Hines: Family Violence in the United States.................................................................................34 Holmes: Current Perspectives on Sex Crimes .............................................................................35 Holmes: Profiling Violent Crimes .......................................................................................................35 Holmes: Sex Crimes .................................................................................................................................35 Holmes: Suicide .........................................................................................................................................35 Jewkes: Media and Crime ....................................................................................................................21 Karstedt: Democracy, Crime, and Justice ......................................................................................21 Knepper: Criminology and Social Policy ........................................................................................11

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NEW Intro to Criminology text now from SAGE!

Introduction to Criminology

Theories, Methods, and Criminal Behavior

SixTh EdiTion

Frank E. Hagan

Mercyhurst College

Now published by SAGE!

With expanded theory coverage, more detail on crime typologies, realistic coverage of many of crime's forms, updated new `Crime Files and in the news' boxes, and a new two-color design, Introduction to Criminology, Sixth Edition, is a popular core text for introduction to criminology courses. New ancillaries: SAGE has added for the Sixth Edition: · A new student study site at www.sagepub.com/haganstudy and · An Instructor's Resource CD-ROM with a test bank, PowerPoint slides, and more

Paperback: $64.95 ISBN: 978-1-4129-5365-8 July 2007, 568 pages

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