4 edition of Encyclopedia Of Criminology found in the catalog.
March 1, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|Contributions||Vernon C. Branham (Editor), Samuel B. Kutash (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||568|
In brief, The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice is an excellent resource.” —Alida V. Merlo, Indiana University of Pennsylvania “The diverse group of highly qualified scholars represented in this resource has provided us with quick access to high-quality and well-referenced material suitable for both academic and Price: $ This encyclopedia offers a state-of-the-art survey informed by the very latest theory and research. It combines this breadth of coverage with the authority and international perspective of an experienced editorial team, creating a definitive reference resource for students, scholars, and professionals in these interdisciplinary and dynamic fields.
The Encyclopedia of Criminal Activities and the Deep Web is a three-volume set that includes comprehensive articles covering multidisciplinary research and expert insights provided by hundreds of leading researchers from 30 countries including the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Finland, South Korea, Malaysia. Adequate discussion of the theme of this book requires the assimilation of an extensive body of learning found in widely scattered sources, and a sound and well matured judgment. Doctor Sutherland has performed his task in a manner well fitted to meet the needs of the student and the public. His book is free from exaggeration and radicalism.
The print Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice was published by Wiley and edited by Jay S. Albanese, a celebrated authority on criminology and criminal justice and the former head of the International Center at the National Institute of Justice. In addition to a world-renowned editor-in-chief, the entries in 5 volumes are. The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice is an international, comprehensive reference tool for the field of Criminology and Criminal Justice that is both cutting edge as well as of very high scientific quality and volume work provides a complete and systematic coverage of the field that is unprecedented. The Encyclopedia "defines the field" through its choice of Format: Hardcover.
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Encyclopedia of Criminology is the third multivolume encyclopedic work on this topic to be published in the last three years. Macmillan's Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice () was quickly followed by Sage's Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment (). The Sage work concentrates on the field of criminal justice, while criminology is the focus Format: Hardcover.
criminology, the study of crime, society's response to it, and its prevention, including examination of the environmental, hereditary, or psychological causes of crime, modes of criminal investigation and conviction, and the efficacy of punishment or correction (see prison) as compared with forms of treatment or gh it is generally considered a subdivision of sociology.
World Book Encyclopedia, American encyclopaedia designed to meet the curriculum needs of elementary through high-school students.
It is produced by World Book, Inc., which is headquartered in Chicago. The World Book was first published in and revised annually from Its title was later. Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory implications of theory, diversity and intercultural contexts, conflict theory, rational choice theories, conservative criminology, feminist theory, and more.
Suggestions for Further Reading at the end of each entry and a Master Bibliography at the end of the encyclopedia guide readers to sources for. This encyclopedia is a unique reference work that looks at criminal behavior primarily through a scientific lens.
With over entries the book brings together top empirically driven researchers and clinicians across multiple fields—psychology, criminology, social work, and sociology—to explore the field. "The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice offers a state-of-the-art survey informed by the very latest theory and research.
It spans 15 substantive areas, including criminal law, courts and adjudication, juvenile justice, history of criminology and criminal justice, law enforcement and policing, victimization, and theories of crime; and draws on developments in fields ranging from.
'Consistently excellent. The level and coverage of the content make this an invaluable reference for students studying criminology or taking criminal psychology modules at degree level and beyond' - Adam Tocock, Reference ReviewsIn discussing a criminology topic, lecturers and course textbooks often toss out names of theorists or make a sideways reference to a particular theory and Reviews: 1.
"The Encyclopedia of Criminology is a highly commendable addition to an increasingly crowded field, with well-written and well-informed entries on the topics addressed.
It would seem to be an especially appropriate acquisition for libraries at universities or colleges offering a strong undergraduate or graduate program in criminology. Encyclopedia Encyclopedias Dictionnaires anglais: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Branham, Vernon C.
(Vernon Carnegie), b. Encyclopedia of criminology. New York, Philosophical Library  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Vernon C Branham; Samuel B Kutash. The two-volume Encyclopedia of Theoretical Criminology, available in print and online, is the definitive reference resource for theoretical encyclopedia offers a state-of-the-art survey of leading theories, concepts, and key figures in the field.
It combines this breadth of coverage with the authority and international perspective of an experienced team of contributors. Welcome to the definitive reference resource for theoretical criminology. This encyclopedia offers a state-of-the-art survey of leading theories, concepts, and key figures in the field.
It combines this breadth of coverage with the authority and international perspective of an experienced team of contributors, creating a definitive reference.
Sociology. The articles under this heading provide a broad introduction to the discipline of sociology: the history of sociology as an academic field; the major strands of thought that have contributed to the current body of theory; and an account of various early attempts in England and on the Continent to provide systematic quantitative knowledge about human society.
The Crime Book (Big Ideas Simply Explained) is a non-fiction volume co-authored by American crime writers Cathy Scott, Shanna Hogan, Rebecca Morris, Canadian author and historian Lee Mellor, and United Kingdom author Michael Kerrigan, with a foreword for the U.S. edition by Scott and the U.K.
edition by crime-fiction author Peter was released by DK Books under its Big Ideas Learning Publisher: Dorling Kindersley. Criminology (from Latin crīmen, "accusation", and Ancient Greek -λογία, -logy|-logia, from "logos" meaning: "word," "reason," or "plan") is the study of crime and deviant behavior.
Criminology is an interdisciplinary field in both the behavioural and social sciences, which draws primarily upon the research of sociologists, psychologists, philosophers, psychiatrists, biologists, social. Popular criminology is a theoretical and conceptual approach within the field of criminology that is used to interrogate popular understandings of crime and criminal justice.
In the last decade, popular criminology has most often been associated with analyses of fictional crime film, while in previous decades, popular criminology referred most often to “true crime” literature or, more.
In the s, cheap mass-marketed newspapers raised the relationship among the media, crime, and criminal justice to a new level. The intervening history has only strengthened the bonds, and comprehending the nature of the media, crime, and justice relationship has become necessary for understanding contemporary crime and criminal justice : Ray Surette.
The three-volume Encyclopedia of Criminology presents the latest research as well as the traditional topics which reflect the field's multidisciplinary nature in a single, authoritative reference work.
More than alphabetically arranged entries by the leading authorities in the discipline comprise this definitive, international by: 6. The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior is the first truly comprehensive work in the field of criminology and sociology. This unique Encyclopedia is separated into four volumes, covering Historical, Conceptual, and Theoretical Issues and Self Destructive and Disvalues s: 0.Criminology, scientific study of the nonlegal aspects of crime and delinquency, including its causes, correction, and prevention, from the viewpoints of such diverse disciplines as anthropology, biology, psychology and psychiatry, economics, sociology, and statistics.
Viewed from a legal perspective, the term crime refers to individual criminal actions (e.g., a burglary) and the societal.In this context, the Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory fills a pressing need in the field of criminology to compile, under the cover of one book (albeit two volumes), a comprehensive compendium of theories of crime.
Our project has a historical focus, hoping to preserve insights on crime's origins that, as time progresses, are becoming.