Criminology by Stephen JonesCriminology by Stephen Jones

Criminology

byStephen Jones

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The fifth edition of Criminology provides the reader with a clearly expressed analysis of the main criminological theories, and traces their history and development. It also contains a detailed discussion of not only the causes, but also the perception and nature of crime. The author draws ona wide range of research in order to consider both sociological and psychological explanations of criminal behaviour, aiming to ask the right questions, rather than provide definitive answers. Criminology is designed for undergraduates studying criminology, criminological theory, and the sociology of deviance. Its detailed analysis and sources of further reading will also be of interest to postgraduate students.
Stephen Jones is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Law at the University of Bristol. He is also a member of the Independent Monitoring Board at HM Prison, Eastwood Park.
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Title:CriminologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:472 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 0.03 inPublished:May 4, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199651841

ISBN - 13:9780199651849

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Table of Contents

Introduction - Criminology: its origins and research methodsPart I: Crime and Crime Control: Alternative Discourses1. Crime: definitions and conflicting images2. The statistics on crime and their meaning3. The media and 'law and order'Part II: Sociological Explanations of Crime4. The classical and positivist traditions5. Crime and the environment6. Poverty, anomie and strain7. Subcultural theories8. Interactionism and phenomenology9. Conflict, Marxist and radical theories of crime10. Realist criminology and victims11. Theories of control12. Gender and crimePart III: Biological and Psychological Aspects of Crime13. Biological factors of crime14. Intelligence, mental disorder and crime15. Personality theories16. Violent, aggressive and sexual offences