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I purchased this textbook for a class. It's cheaper than the book they sell at my college. I didn't save a lot, but a few bucks is helpful for a working student like me. It arrived on time and in a very good condition for a used book exactly as described .The textbook was very helpful and the author explains the methods of operation, the effects on society, and how various theories account for criminal behavior. I'm satisfied with the transaction!
Introduction to Criminology : Theories, Methods, and Criminal Behavior: stars based on 1 user reviews.
Introduction to Criminology, Seventh Edition is a comprehensive introduction to the study of criminology designed for an introductory undergraduate courses.The book focuses on the vital core of criminological theory--theory, method, and criminal behavior. Hagan investigates all forms of criminal activity, such as organized crime, white collar crime, political crime, and environmental crime. He explains the methods of operation, the effects on society, and how various theories account for criminal behavior.New to this edition:Expansion of material on psycho-social and bio-social theoriesAdditional coverage of terrorism in Ch. 11, along with ethics in the research methods chapter, Ch. 2New chapter on CybercrimeNew Epilogue on the future of crime and the newest criminological theoriesNew Career Feature BoxesNew Crime Files Feature BoxesEnd-of-Chapter Web Research ExercisesNew full-color design and photo programIn-text links to study siteExpanded study site resources including video of the author and original podcasts recorded by the author for each chapterBlackboard and Web CT compatibility
Table of Contents
|Research Methods in Criminology|
|General Characteristics of Crime and Criminals|
|Early and Classical Criminological Theories|
|Positivistic Theories: Biological and Psychological Theories|
|Sociological Mainstream Theories|
|Sociological Critical Theories and Integrated Theories|
|Property Crime: Occasional, Conventional, and Professional|
|White Collar Crime: Occupational and Corporate|
|Political Crime and Terrorism|
|Public Order Crime|
|Epilogue: The Future of Crime|
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