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Test Bank for Criminology Connecting Theory Research and Practice 1st Edition by Chambliss

Test Bank for Criminology Connecting Theory Research and Practice 1st Edition by Chambliss

Test Bank for Criminology Connecting Theory Research and Practice 1st Edition by Chambliss

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Table of Contents

Table of ContentPART I Crime, Criminal Law, and Criminology1 Crime, Deviance, and Criminology: A Brief Overview2 Crime and Criminal Law3 How Much Crime Is There?4 Doing Criminology: Research and TheoryPART II An Overview of Criminological Theory5 Crime as Rational Behavior: Classical and Rational Choice Theories6 Biological Theories: Crime Is in the Brain7 Psychological Theories: Crime Is in the Mind8 Social Structure Theories: Crime Is in the Structure of Society9 Social Process Theories: Crime Is Socialized Behavior10 Social Conflict Theories: Crime Is in the Conflict Inherent in SocietyPART III Typologies of Criminal Behavior11 Interpersonal Crimes of Violence12 Crimes Against Property13 Public Order Crimes14 Crimes of the PowerfulPART IV A Look Ahead15 Crime Today: Challenges Facing Criminal Justice Policy16 Epilogue: The Future of Criminological Theory

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