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Summary

This best-selling text provides a comprehensive analysis of criminological theory, crime typologies, and the criminal justice system. Renowned for its unbiased presentation of theories, issues, and controversies and for its exhaustive research base, this book presents cutting-edge, seminal research, as well as up-to-the-minute policy and newsworthy examples. In this latest edition, the author has updated the text to address the latest topics, and has rewritten it for clarity and impact. This edition provides students with a gateway to online and multimedia resources that capture the immediacy of the field through CNN? videos, a CD-ROM, and the Internet. And, to help students assess their mastery of key chapter concepts, CriminologyNow?-the ultimate web-based student tutorial for the criminology course-is available FREE when packaged with the text. With its updates and array of supplements, the Ninth Edition of CRIMINOLOGY presents a powerful set of teaching and learning tools for instructors and students alike.

Table of Contents

Preface xiv
PART ONE CONCEPTS OF CRIME, LAW, AND CRIMINOLOGY
1(94)
Crime, Criminology, and the Criminal Law
2(26)
What Is Criminology?
4(1)
Criminology and Criminal Justice
4(1)
Criminology and Deviance
4(1)
A Brief History of Criminology
5(6)
Classical Criminology
6(1)
Nineteenth-Century Positivism
7(2)
Foundations of Sociological Criminology
9(1)
The Chicago School and Beyond
9(1)
Conflict Criminology
10(1)
Contemporary Criminology
10(1)
What Criminologists Do: The Criminological Enterprise
11(3)
Criminal Statistics
11(1)
The Sociology of Law
11(1)
The Nature of Theory and Theory Development
12(1)
Criminal Behavior Systems
13(1)
Penology
14(1)
Victimology
14(1)
How Criminologists View Crime
14(3)
The Consensus View of Crime
14(1)
The Conflict View of Crime
15(1)
The Interactionist View of Crime
16(1)
Defining Crime
17(1)
Crime and the Criminal Law
17(3)
Common Law
18(1)
Contemporary Criminal Law
19(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: The Elements of Criminal Law
20(2)
The Evolution of Criminal Law
20(2)
Ethical Issues in Criminology
22(2)
Summary
24(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
24(1)
Doing Research on the Web
25(1)
Key Terms
25(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
25(1)
Notes
26(2)
The Nature and Extent of Crime
28(40)
How Criminologists Study Crime
30(3)
Survey Research
30(1)
Cohort Research: Longitudinal and Retrospective
30(1)
Official Record Research
31(1)
Experimental Research
31(1)
Observational and Interview Research
31(1)
Meta-Analysis and Systematic Review
32(1)
Measuring Crime Trends and Rates
33(5)
Official Data: The Uniform Crime Report
33(3)
Victim Surveys: The National Crime Victimization Survey
36(1)
Self-Report Surveys
36(1)
Evaluating Crime Data Sources
37(1)
Crime Trends
38(2)
Trends in Violent Crime
39(1)
Trends in Property Crime
39(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: Explaining Crime Trends
40(4)
Trends in Victimization Data (NCVS Findings)
42(1)
Self-Report Findings
43(1)
Comparative Criminology: International Crime Trends
44(1)
What the Future Holds
44(1)
Crime Patterns
45(4)
The Ecology of Crime
46(2)
Use of Firearms
48(1)
Social Class and Crime
48(1)
Policy and Practice in Criminology: Should Guns Be Controlled?
49(6)
Age and Crime
52(1)
Gender and Crime
53(2)
Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology: Gender Differences in Development and Crime
55(6)
Race and Crime
57(3)
Criminal Careers
60(1)
Summary
61(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
62(1)
Doing Research on the Web
62(1)
Key Terms
63(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
63(1)
Notes
63(5)
Victims and Victimization
68(27)
Problems of Crime Victims
70(2)
Economic Loss
70(1)
System Abuse
70(1)
Long-Term Stress
70(1)
Fear
71(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: Adolescent Victims of Violence
72(1)
Antisocial Behavior
73(1)
The Nature of Victimization
73(4)
The Social Ecology of Victimization
74(1)
The Victim's Household
74(1)
Victim Characteristics
74(2)
Victims and Their Criminals
76(1)
Theories of Victimization
77(1)
Victim Precipitation Theory
77(1)
Lifestyle Theory
77(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: Rape on Campus: Lifestyle and Risk
78(4)
Deviant Place Theory
79(1)
Routine Activities Theory
80(2)
The Criminological Enterprise: Crime and Everyday Life
82(1)
Caring for the Victim
83(3)
The Government's Response
83(1)
Victim Service Programs
84(1)
Victims' Rights
85(1)
Comparative Criminology: Victims' Rights in Europe
86(2)
Victim Advocacy
86(1)
Self-Protection
87(1)
Community Organization
88(1)
Summary
88(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
89(1)
Doing Research on the Web
89(1)
Key Terms
89(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
90(1)
Notes
90(5)
PART TWO THEORIES OF CRIME CAUSATION
95(234)
Choice Theories
96(36)
The Development of Rational Choice Theory
98(2)
The Classical Theory of Crime
98(1)
Choice Theory Emerges
99(1)
The Concepts of Rational Choice
100(4)
Offense- and Offender-Specific Crimes
100(1)
Structuring Criminality
101(1)
Structuring Crime
102(2)
Is Crime Rational?
104(1)
Is Theft Rational?
104(1)
Is Drug Use Rational?
104(1)
Is Violence Rational?
104(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: Hector Vega: A Life in the Drug Trade
105(2)
Eliminating Crime
107(4)
Situational Crime Prevention
107(4)
Comparative Criminology: CCTV or Not CCTV? Comparing Situational Crime Prevention Efforts in Great Britain and the United States
111(5)
General Deterrence
112(4)
The Criminological Enterprise: Does Capital Punishment Deter Murder?
116(2)
Specific Deterrence
116(2)
Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology: Deterring Domestic Violence
118(4)
Incapacitation
120(2)
Public Policy Implications of Choice Theory
122(2)
Just Desert
122(2)
Summary
124(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
124(1)
Doing Research on the Web
125(1)
Key Terms
125(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
125(1)
Notes
125(7)
Trait Theories
132(44)
Foundations of Trait Theory
134(2)
Impact of Sociobiology
134(1)
Modern Trait Theories
135(1)
Biosocial Trait Theories
136(2)
Biochemical Conditions and Crime
137(1)
Comparative Criminology: Diet and Crime: An International Perspective
138(12)
Neurophysiological Conditions and Crime
142(2)
Arousal Theory
144(1)
Genetics and Crime
145(3)
Evolutionary Theory
148(1)
Evaluation of the Biosocial Branch of Trait Theory
149(1)
Psychological Trait Theories
150(6)
Psychodynamic Theory
151(3)
Behavioral Theory
154(1)
Cognitive Theory
155(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: The Media and Violence
156(3)
Psychological Traits and Characteristics
159(3)
Personality and Crime
159(2)
Intelligence and Crime
161(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: The Antisocial Personality
162(3)
Public Policy Implications of Trait Theory
165(1)
Summary
166(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
166(1)
Doing Research on the Web
167(1)
Key Terms
167(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
167(1)
Notes
167(9)
Social Structure Theories
176(40)
Socioeconomic Structure and Crime
178(3)
Child Poverty
179(1)
The Underclass
180(1)
Minority Group Poverty
180(1)
Social Structure Theories
181(1)
Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology: Bridging the Racial Divide
182(2)
Social Disorganization Theories
184(4)
The Work of Shaw and McKay
184(2)
The Social Ecology School
186(2)
The Criminological Enterprise: Random Family
188(5)
Strain Theories
193(8)
The Definition of Anomie
193(1)
Theory of Anomie
194(1)
Institutional Anomie Theory
195(1)
Relative Deprivation Theory
196(1)
General Strain Theory
197(2)
Sources of Strain
199(1)
Coping with Strain
199(2)
Evaluating GST
201(1)
Cultural Deviance Theories
201(3)
Conduct Norms
202(1)
Focal Concerns
202(1)
Theory of Delinquent Subcultures
203(1)
Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology: The Code of the Streets
204(3)
Theory of Differential Opportunity
205(1)
Evaluating Social Structure Theories
206(1)
Public Policy Implications of Social Structure Theory
207(1)
Summary
208(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
209(1)
Doing Research on the Web
209(1)
Key Terms
209(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
210(1)
Notes
210(6)
Social Process Theories
216(38)
Socialization and Crime
218(4)
Family Relations
218(2)
Educational Experience
220(1)
Peer Relations
221(1)
Policy and Practice in Criminology: Keeping Kids in School: The Communities In Schools Program
222(3)
Institutional Involvement and Belief
224(1)
The Effects of Socialization on Crime
225(1)
Social Learning Theory
225(7)
Differential Association Theory
226(3)
Differential Reinforcement Theory
229(1)
Neutralization Theory
230(2)
Are Learning Theories Valid?
232(1)
Social Control Theory
232(4)
Self-Concept and Crime
232(1)
Hirschi's Social Bond Theory
233(3)
Social Reaction Theory
236(6)
Crime and Labeling Theory
238(1)
Differential Enforcement
238(1)
Becoming Labeled
238(1)
Consequences of Labeling
239(1)
Primary and Secondary Deviance
240(1)
Research on Social Reaction Theory
240(1)
Is Labeling Theory Valid?
241(1)
Evaluating Social Process Theories
242(1)
Public Policy Implications of Social Process Theory
242(2)
Policy and Practice in Criminology: Head Start
244(2)
Summary
246(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
247(1)
Doing Research on the Web
247(1)
Key Terms
247(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
247(1)
Notes
248(6)
Social Conflict Theories: Critical Criminology and Restorative Justice
254(32)
Marxist Thought
257(3)
Productive Forces and Productive Relations
257(1)
Surplus Value
258(1)
Marx on Crime
259(1)
Developing a Conflict-Based Theory of Crime
260(1)
The Contribution of Willem Bonger
260(1)
The Contribution of Ralf Dahrendorf
260(1)
The Contribution of George Vold
261(1)
Social Conflict Theory
261(2)
Social Conflict Research
262(1)
Critical Criminology
263(4)
Fundamentals of Critical Criminology
264(1)
Instrumental versus Structural Theory
265(1)
Research on Critical Criminology
266(1)
Critique of Critical Criminology
267(1)
Contemporary Forms of Critical Theory
267(4)
Left Realism
268
Critical Feminist Theory
267(3)
Power--Control Theory
270(1)
Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology: Capitalism and Patriarchy
271(2)
Postmodern Theory
272(1)
Peacemaking Theory
272(1)
Public Policy Implications of Social Conflict Theory: Restorative Justice
273(5)
Reintegrative Shaming
274(1)
The Concept of Restorative Justice
274(1)
The Process of Restoration
275(2)
The Challenge of Restorative Justice
277(1)
Comparative Criminology: Practicing Restorative Justice Abroad
278(1)
Summary
279(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
280(1)
Doing Research on the Web
280(1)
Key Terms
281(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
281(1)
Notes
281(5)
Developmental Theories: Life Course and Latent Trait
286(43)
The Life Course View
289(5)
The Glueck Research
290(1)
Life Course Concepts
290(1)
Problem Behavior Syndrome
291(1)
Pathways to Crime
292(1)
Age of Onset/Continuity of Crime
293(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: Desisting from Crime
294(2)
Theories of the Criminal Life Course
296(11)
The Social Development Model
296(1)
Farrington's ICAP Theory
297(4)
Interactional Theory
301(2)
General Theory of Crime and Delinquency (GTCD)
303(1)
Sampson and Laub: Age-Graded Theory
303(4)
Latent Trait View
307(1)
Crime and Human Nature
307(1)
Latent Trait Theories
307(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: Shared Beginnings, Divergent Lives
308(8)
General Theory of Crime
308(6)
Differential Coercion Theory
314(1)
Control Balance Theory
315(1)
Evaluating Developmental Theories
316(2)
Policy and Practice in Criminology: The Fast Track Project
318(1)
Public Policy Implications of Developmental Theory
318(2)
Summary
320(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
320(1)
Doing Research on the Web
321(1)
Key Terms
321(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
321(1)
Notes
321(8)
PART THREE CRIME TYPOLOGIES
329(160)
Violent Crime
330(52)
The Causes of Violence
332(2)
Personal Traits and Makeup
332(1)
Evolutionary Factors/Human Instinct
333(1)
Substance Abuse
333(1)
Comparative Criminology: World Report on Violence
334(4)
Socialization and Upbringing
334(2)
Exposure to Violence
336(1)
Cultural Values/Subculture of Violence
337(1)
Forcible Rape
338(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: Violent Land
339(7)
History of Rape
340(1)
Rape and the Military
340(1)
Incidence of Rape
340(1)
Types of Rape and Rapists
341(2)
The Causes of Rape
343(2)
Rape and the Law
345(1)
Murder and Homicide
346(4)
Degrees of Murder
346(1)
The Nature and Extent of Murder
347(1)
Murderous Relations
348(2)
The Criminological Enterprise: Mass Murder and Serial Killing
350(2)
Serial Murder
350(2)
Assault and Battery
352(3)
Nature and Extent of Assault
353(1)
Assault in the Home
353(2)
Robbery
355(3)
Acquaintance Robbery
356(1)
Rational Robbery
357(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: Armed Robbers in Action
358(1)
Emerging Forms of Interpersonal Violence
358(5)
Hate Crimes
358(4)
Workplace Violence
362(1)
Stalking
363(1)
Terrorism
363(3)
What Is Terrorism?
364(1)
A Brief History of Terrorism
364(1)
Contemporary Forms of Terrorism
365(1)
Comparative Criminology: Transnational Terrorism in the New Millennium
366(6)
What Motivates Terrorists?
368(1)
Responses to Terrorism
369(3)
Summary
372(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
373(1)
Doing Research on the Web
373(1)
Key Terms
373(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
374(1)
Notes
374(8)
Property Crime
382(28)
A Brief History of Theft
384(1)
Modern Thieves
385(3)
Occasional Criminals
385(1)
Professional Criminals
386(1)
Sutherland's Professional Criminal
387(1)
The Professional Fence
387(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: Transforming Theft: Train Robbers and Safecrackers
388(2)
The Nonprofessional Fence
389(1)
Larceny/Theft
390(4)
Larceny Today
390(1)
Shoplifting
391(1)
Bad Checks
392(1)
Credit Card Theft
393(1)
Auto Theft
393(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: Credit Card Fraud
394(4)
False Pretenses or Fraud
396(1)
Confidence Games
397(1)
Embezzlement
398(1)
Burglary
398(2)
The Nature and Extent of Burglary
398(1)
Residential Burglary
399(1)
Commercial Burglary
399(1)
Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology: Are There Gender Differences in Burglary?
400(3)
Careers in Burglary
401(2)
Arson
403(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: What Motivates Juvenile Fire Setters?
404(1)
Summary
405(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
405(1)
Doing Research on the Web
406(1)
Key Terms
406(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
406(1)
Notes
407(3)
Enterprise Crime: White-Collar, Cyber, and Organized Crime
410(36)
Enterprise Crime
412(1)
Crimes of Business Enterprise
412(1)
White-Collar Crime
413(1)
Redefining White-Collar Crime
413(1)
Components of White-Collar Crime
413(7)
Stings and Swindles
413(1)
Chiseling
414(1)
Individual Exploitation of Institutional Position
415(1)
Influence Peddling and Bribery
416(1)
Embezzlement and Employee Fraud
417(1)
Client Fraud
418(2)
The Criminological Enterprise: Tyco, Enron, and WorldCom: Enterprise Crime at the Highest Levels
420(4)
Corporate Crime
422(2)
Causes of White-Collar Crime
424(1)
Greedy or Needy?
424(1)
Corporate Culture View
425(1)
Self-Control View
425(1)
White-Collar Law Enforcement Systems
425(1)
Comparative Criminology: Snakes and Ladders: Confronting White-Collar Crime in Britain
426(3)
Controlling White-Collar Crime
427(1)
Is the Tide Turning?
428(1)
Cyber Crime
429(1)
Internet Crime
429(3)
Distributing Sexual Material
429(1)
Denial of Service Attack
429(1)
Illegal Copyright Infringement
430(1)
Internet Securities Fraud
430(1)
Identity Theft
430(1)
Internet Fraud
431(1)
Computer Crime
432(1)
The Extent of Computer Crime
433(1)
Controlling Cyber Crime
433(1)
Organized Crime
433(2)
Characteristics of Organized Crime
434(1)
Activities of Organized Crime
434(1)
Policy and Practice in Criminology: Controlling Cyber Crime
435(3)
The Concept of Organized Crime
436(1)
Alien Conspiracy Theory
436(1)
Contemporary Organized Crime Groups
436(1)
The Evolution of Organized Crime
437(1)
Controlling Organized Crime
437(1)
Comparative Criminology: Russian Organized Crime
438(2)
The Future of Organized Crime
438(2)
Summary
440(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
441(1)
Doing Research on the Web
441(1)
Key Terms
441(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
441(1)
Notes
442(4)
Public Order Crime
446(43)
Law and Morality
448(3)
Debating Morality
448(2)
Social Harm
450(1)
Moral Crusaders
450(1)
Homosexuality
451(1)
Attitudes toward Homosexuality
451(1)
Homosexuality and the Law
452(1)
Is the Tide Turning?
452(1)
Paraphilias
452(1)
Prostitution
453(3)
Incidence of Prostitution
454(1)
International Sex Trade
454(1)
Types of Prostitutes
454(2)
Comparative Criminology: The Natasha Trade: International Trafficking in Prostitution
456(3)
Becoming a Prostitute
456(2)
Controlling Prostitution
458(1)
Legalize Prostitution?
459(1)
Pornography
459(3)
Child Pornography
460(1)
Does Pornography Cause Violence?
460(1)
Pornography and the Law
460(1)
Controlling Pornography
461(1)
Technological Change
462(1)
Substance Abuse
462(14)
When Did Drug Use Begin?
463(1)
Alcohol and Its Prohibition
463(2)
The Extent of Substance Abuse
465(3)
AIDS and Drug Use
468(1)
What Causes Substance Abuse?
468(1)
Is There a Drug Gateway?
469(1)
Types of Drug Users
469(3)
Drugs and Crime
472(1)
Drugs and the Law
473(1)
Drug Control Strategies
473(3)
Policy and Practice in Criminology: Drug Abuse Resistance Education
476(3)
Drug Legalization
478(1)
Summary
479(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
479(1)
Doing Research on the Web
480(1)
Key Terms
480(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
480(1)
Notes
481(8)
PART FOUR THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
489(144)
The Criminal Justice System
490(22)
Origins of the American Criminal Justice System
492(1)
What Is the Criminal Justice System?
492(3)
The Process of Justice
495(1)
Policy and Practice in Criminology: The Juvenile Justice System in the New Millennium
496(6)
Going through the Justice Process
500(2)
Criminal Justice and the Rule of Law
502(1)
Concepts of Justice
502(5)
Crime Control Model
503(1)
Justice Model
504(1)
Due Process Model
504(2)
Rehabilitation Model
506(1)
Nonintervention Model
506(1)
Restorative Justice Model
507(1)
Concepts of Justice Today
507(1)
Summary
508(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
509(1)
Doing Research on the Web
509(1)
Key Terms
509(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
510(1)
Notes
510(2)
Police and Law Enforcement
512(36)
History of Police
514(3)
The London Police
515(1)
Policing the American Colonies
515(1)
Early American Police Agencies
515(1)
Reform Movements
516(1)
The Advent of Professionalism
517(1)
Law Enforcement Agencies Today
517(3)
Federal Law Enforcement
517(2)
County Law Enforcement
519(1)
State Police
519(1)
Metropolitan Police
519(1)
Police Functions
520(3)
Patrol Function
520(2)
Investigation Function
522(1)
Changing the Police Role
523(4)
Community-Oriented Policing (COP)
523(2)
Problem-Oriented Policing
525(1)
Does Community Policing Work?
526(1)
Police and the Rule of Law
527(2)
Custodial Interrogation
527(1)
Search and Seizure
528(1)
Issues in Policing
529(5)
Police Personality and Subculture
530(1)
Discretion
531(2)
Minority and Female Police Officers
533(1)
Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology: Racial Profiling
534(6)
The Police and Violence
537(3)
Summary
540(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
540(1)
Doing Research on the Web
541(1)
Key Terms
541(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
541(1)
Notes
541(7)
The Judicatory Process
548(43)
Court Structure
550(2)
State Courts
550(1)
Federal Courts
550(1)
Court Case Flow
551(1)
Policy and Practice in Criminology: Specialized Courts: Drugs and Mental Health
552(1)
Actors in the Judicatory Process
552(7)
Prosecutor
552(5)
Defense Attorney
557(1)
Judge
558(1)
Pretrial Procedures
559(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: Ethical Issues in Criminal Defense
560(5)
Bail
560(4)
Plea Bargaining
564(1)
The Criminal Trial
565(5)
Jury Selection
565(1)
The Trial Process
566(3)
Trials and the Rule of Law
569(1)
Sentencing
570(6)
Purposes of Sentencing
570(1)
Sentencing Dispositions
571(1)
Sentencing Structures
571(4)
How People Are Sentenced
575(1)
The Death Penalty
576(2)
The Death Penalty Debate
576(2)
Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology: Race and Sentencing
578(2)
Comparative Criminology: The Death Penalty Abroad
580(3)
Legality of the Death Penalty
582(1)
Summary
583(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
584(1)
Doing Research on the Web
584(1)
Key Terms
584(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
585(1)
Notes
585(6)
Corrections
591(42)
History of Punishment and Corrections
592(4)
The Middle Ages
592(1)
Punishment in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
593(1)
Corrections in the Late Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
593(2)
Corrections in the Twentieth Century
595(1)
The Modern Era
596(1)
Contemporary Corrections
596(1)
Probation
596(3)
Probationary Sentences
597(1)
Probation Services
597(1)
Probation Rules and Revocation
598(1)
Success of Probation
599(1)
Intermediate Sanctions
599(3)
Fines
600(1)
Forfeiture
601(1)
Restitution
601(1)
Split Sentencing and Shock Probation
601(1)
Intensive Probation Supervision
601(1)
Comparative Criminology: International Community Sentencing Practices
602(3)
Home Confinement/Electronic Monitoring
603(1)
Residential Community Corrections
604(1)
Boot Camps/Shock Incarceration
605(1)
Can Alternatives Work?
605(1)
Jails
605(2)
Jail Populations
606(1)
Jail Conditions
607(1)
Prisons
607(9)
Types of Prisons
607(3)
Prison Inmates: Male
610(1)
Living in Prison
610(2)
Prison Inmates: Female
612(1)
Correctional Treatment
613(3)
Policy and Practice in Criminology: The RSAT Program
616(4)
Prison Violence
617(1)
Corrections and the Rule of Law
618(1)
Cruel and Unusual Punishment
619(1)
Parole
620(2)
The Parolee in the Community
620(1)
How Effective Is Parole?
621(1)
The Criminological Enterprise: The Problems of Re-Entry
622(2)
Summary
624(1)
Thinking Like a Criminologist
625(1)
Doing Research on the Web
625(1)
Key Terms
625(1)
Critical Thinking Questions
625(1)
Notes
626(7)
Glossary 633(16)
Case Index 649(1)
Name Index 650(22)
Subject Index 672(26)
Photo Credits 698


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