Table of contents for The handbook of crime & punishment / edited by Michael Tonry.
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Introduction: Crime and Punishment in America Michael Tonry
Part I: The Context
1. Crime, Criminal Justice, and Public Opinion, Julian V. Roberts & Loretta J. Stalans
2. Minorities, Crime, and Criminal Justice, Janet L. Lauritsen & Robert J. Sampson
3. Gender, Crime, and Criminology, Kathleen Daly
Part II: Topical Crime Problems
4. Street Gangs, Malcolm W. Klein
5. White-Collar Crime, Neal Shover
6. Organized Crime, James B. Jacobs & Christopher Panarella
7. Family Violence, Richard J. Gelles
8. Drug Control, Robert MacCoun & Peter Reuter
Part III: Causes of Crime
9. Individual Differences and Offending, David P. Farrington
10. Communities and Crime, Per-Olof H. Wikstrom
11. Economic Conditions, Work, and Crime, Anne Morrison Piehl
Part IV: Crime Reduction
12. Restorative Justice, John Braithwaite
13. Deterrence and Incapacitation, Daniel S. Nagin
14. Crime Prevention, Trevor Bennett
15. Treatment of Sex Offenders, Vernon L. Quinsey
Part V: Pre-Conviction Processes and Institutions
16. American Policing, Lawrence W. Sherman
17. Prosecution, Candace McCoy
18. Jails, Richard S. Frase
Part VI: Post-Conviction Processes and Institutions
19. The Juvenile Court, Barry C. Feld
20. Senencing, Kevin R. Reitz
21. Probation and Parole, Joan Petersilia
22. Prisons, Roy D. King
23. Private Prisons, Richard W. Harding
Part VII: Punishment
24. Penal Theories, Andrew von Hirsch
25. Intermediate Sanctions, Michael Tonry
26. Correctional Treatment, Gerald G. Gaes
27. Capital Punishment, Roger Hood
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Crime -- United States.
Crime -- Government policy -- United States.
Criminal justice, Administration of -- United States.
Punishment -- United States.