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Criminological Theory: Past to Present : Essential Readings,9780195330618
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Criminological Theory: Past to Present : Essential Readings

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780195330618

ISBN10:
0195330617
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
3/30/2006
Publisher(s):
Oxford University Press
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Summary

In this comprehensive anthology, Francis Cullen and Robert Agnew take readers on an excursion from past to present, reviewing classic and contemporary theories of crime. Students are introduced to the foundations of criminology and to the competing theories that will shape thinking about crime in the years ahead. Building on the success of the second edition, the third edition features nine new selections and adds two new parts: "Conservative Criminology" and "Environmental Criminology." The third edition also begins with a unique "Guide for Readers"--an essay that helps students understand both the structure of criminological theory and how to use the book's readings most effectively. A brief introduction precedes each individual reading, alerting readers to key points and integrating the selection into the larger theme of the section. These introductions serve as a useful "road map" as students explore the ongoing intellectual developments, diverse views, and continuing debates that make the study of criminological theory an exciting adventure.

Table of Contents

What Are Counselling and Psychotherapy?
Colin Feltham Types of Goal
Colin Feltham Arenas
Colin Feltham Settings and Opportunities for Employment
Colin Feltham
Introduction
Colin Feltham and Ian Horton Gender
Jenny Bimrose Disability
Simon Parritt Social Class
David Pilgrim Sexual Orientation
Dominic Davies Religion within a Multi-Faith Context
Nigel Copsey Race, Culture and Ethnicity
Carol Mohamed
Introduction
Colin Feltham and Ian Horton The Client-Therapist Relationship
Bill Stiles Generic Skills
Francesca Inskipp Specific Strategies and Techniques
Gordon Jinks Assessment and Case Formulation
Gladeana McMahon Structuring Work with Clients
Ian Horton Ancillary Skills
Colin Feltham Clinical Practice Issues
Tony Bond, Geof Alred and Peter Hughes
Introduction
Colin Feltham and Ian Horton Professional and Personal Development
Paul Wilkins Clinical Supervision
Val Woskett Private Practice, Insurance and Advertising
Gabrielle Syme Codes of Ethics and Practice
Tim Bond Client Experiences
Colin Feltham and Phoebe Lambert Therapy and the Law
Peter Jenkins Responding to Complaints
Tim Bond Relevance of Research
John McLeod Evidence-Based Practice
Michael Barkham and Peter Bower Quality Evaluation
John Mellor-Clark and Michael Barkham Methods, Measures and Meaning
Introduction
Colin Feltham and Ian Norton Contextual Psychology
Colin Feltham Psychological Type
Rowan Bayne Models of Counselling and Psychotherapy
Ian Horton Integration
Ian Horton Approaches to Counselling and Psychotherapy
Colin Feltham and Ian Horton An Introduction Psychodynamic Adlerian Therapy
Jenny Warner Analytical Psychology (Jungian)
Joy Schaverien Psychoanalytic Therapy (Freudian)
Meg Errington and Lesley Murdin Psychodynamic Therapy (Kleinian)
Julia Segal Attachment Theory (Bowlby)
Tracy Murray Cognitive-Behavioural Behavioural Psychotherapy
Karina Lovell Cognitive Therapy
Jill Mytton Personal Construct Counselling and Psychotherapy
Fay Fransella Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy
Windy Dryden Humanistic-Existential Existential Counselling and Psychotherapy
Emmy van Deurzen Gestalt Therapy
Michael Ellis and Jonathan Smith Narrative Therapy
John McLeod Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy
Tony Merry and Keith Tudor Primal Therapy//Integration
Colin Feltham Psychodrama
Paul Wilkins Psychosynthesis Therapy
Diana Whitmore Transactional Analysis
Keith Tudor and Charlotte Sills Eclectic-Integrative Cognitive-Analytic Therapy
James Low Multimodal Therapy
Stephen Palmer NLP
Jo Cooper and Peter Seal Skilled Helper Model (Egan)
Val Woskett Solution-Focused Therapy
Bill O'Connell Transtheoretical Approach
Paul Jackson
Introduction
Colin Feltham and Ian Horton Psychopharmacology
Linda Gask Conceptualizing Client Problems
Colin Feltham Specific Problems Alcohol Problems
Rosemary Kent Anger Management
Emma Williams and Michael Scott Anxiety and Panic
Tom Ricketts and Gill Donohoe Bereavement
Gabrielle Syme Depression
Paul Gilbert Drug-Related Problems
Andrew Guppy and Sally Woods Eating Problems
Sheila Ritchie HIV//AIDS
Bernard Ratigan
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