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Criminology:the core/ Larry J. Siegel.

Physical description: xxii, 441 p. col. ill., col. map 28 cm.;
Bibliographic notes: Includes bibliographical references (p. 379-410) and indexes;
Edition: 2nd ed.;
Author(s): Siegel, Larry J.;
ISBN: 0534629377 (student ed.; 9780534629373 (student ed.;
Subjects: Criminology; Crime --United States;
Formatted contents notes: Chapter 1. Crime and criminology -- Chapter 2. The nature and extent of crime -- Chapter 3. Victims and victimization -- Chapter 4. Choice theory: because they want to -- Chapter 5. Trait theory: it's in their blood -- Chapter 6. Social structure theory: because they're poor -- Chapter 7. Social process theories: socialized to crime -- Chapter 8. Social conflict theory: it's a class thing -- Chapter 9. Developmental theories: things change -- Chapter 10. Violent crime -- Chapter 11. Property crimes -- Chapter 12. Enterprise crime: white-collar crime, cyber crime, and organized crime -- Chapter 13. Public order crimes -- Chapter 14. The criminal justice system.;
Publisher: Belmont, CA : Thomson/Wadsworth , c2005.;
Call number: HV 6025 S54 2005;
Type: Book
Available At: Circulation Section
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HV 6025 S54 2005
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5052 $aChapter 1. Crime and criminology -- Chapter 2. The nature and extent of crime -- Chapter 3. Victims and victimization -- Chapter 4. Choice theory: because they want to -- Chapter 5. Trait theory: it's in their blood -- Chapter 6. Social structure theory: because they're poor -- Chapter 7. Social process theories: socialized to crime -- Chapter 8. Social conflict theory: it's a class thing -- Chapter 9. Developmental theories: things change -- Chapter 10. Violent crime -- Chapter 11. Property crimes -- Chapter 12. Enterprise crime: white-collar crime, cyber crime, and organized crime -- Chapter 13. Public order crimes -- Chapter 14. The criminal justice system.
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