Table of contents for Criminological perspectives : essential readings.


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Introduction
Theorizing Crime and Criminal Justice
PART ONE: PAST TENSE: CRIMINOLOGICAL FORMATIONS
On Crimes and Punishments - Cesare Beccaria
Panopticon, or, Inspection-house, &C - Jeremy Bentham
Of the Development of the Propensity to Crime - Adolphe Quetelet
The Criminal Type in Women and Its Atavistic Origin - Cesare Lombroso and William Ferrero
Causes of Criminal Behavior - Enrico Ferri
Criminality and Economic Conditions - Willem Bonger
The Normal and the Pathological - Emile Durkheim
Law and Authority - Peter Kropotkin
PART TWO: THE PROBLEM OF CRIME I: CAUSATION
Genetic Factors in the Etiology of Criminal Behavior - Sarnoff A Mednick, William F Gabrielli Jr and Barry Hutchings
Personality Theory and the Problem of Criminality - H J Eysenck
Explanations of Crime and Place - Anthony E Bottoms and Paul Wiles
The Underclass - Charles Murray
Relative Deprivation - John Lea and Jock Young
The Generality of Deviance - Travis Hirschi and Michael R Gottfredson
The Routine Activity Approach as a General Crime Theory - Marcus Felson
Seductions and Repulsions of Crime - Jack Katz
The Etiology of Female Crime - Dorie Klein
Explaining Male Violence - Lynne Segal
PART THREE: THE PROBLEM OF CRIME II: CRIMINALIZATION
Techniques of Neutralization - Gresham M Sykes and David Matza
Outsiders - Howard Becker
Towards a Political Economy of Crime - William J Chambliss
The New Criminology - Ian Taylor, Paul Walton and Jock Young
Crime, Power and Ideological Mystification - Steven Box
Race and Criminalization - Angela Y Davis
Black Americans and the Punishment Industry
The Theoretical and Political Priorities of Critical Criminology - Phil Scraton and Kathryn Chadwick
Critical Criminology and the Concept of Crime - Louk H C Hulsman
The Need for a Radical Realism - Jock Young
PART FOUR: CRIME CONTROL I: CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIME PREVENTION
On Deterrence - James Q Wilson
Giving Criminals Their Just Deserts - Andrew von Hirsch
The Value of Rehabilitation - Francis T Cullen and Karen E Gilbert
`Situational' Crime Prevention - Ronald V G Clarke
Theory and Practice
Social Crime Prevention Strategies in a Market Society - Elliot Currie
Abolitionism and Crime Control - Willem De Haan
Reintegrative Shaming - John Braithwaite
Broken Windows - James Q Wilson and George L Kelling
The Police and Neighborhood Safety
PART FIVE: CRIME CONTROL II: DISCIPLINE AND GOVERNMENTALITY
The Carceral - Michel Foucault
From the Panopticon to Disney World - Clifford D Shearing and Phillip C Stenning
The Development of Discipline
The New Penology - Malcolm M Feeley and Jonathan Simon
Governmentality - Michel Foucault
Risk, Power and Crime Prevention - Pat O'Malley
`Governmentality' and the Problem of Crime - David Garland
Foucault, Criminology, Sociology
Spatial Governmentality and the New Urban Social Order - Sally Engel Merry
Controlling Gender Violence through Law
PART SIX: FUTURE TENSE: CRIMINOLOGICAL TRANSFORMATIONS
Feminist Approaches to Criminology or Postmodern Woman Meets Atavistic Man - Carol Smart
Different Ways of Conceptualizing Sex//Gender in Feminist Theory and Their Implications for Criminology - Kathleen Daly
The Global Criminal Economy - Manuel Castells
Beyond Blade Runner - Mike Davis
Urban Control The Ecology of Fear
Human Rights and Crimes of the State - Stanley Cohen
The Culture of Denial
The Exclusive Society - Jock Young
Social Exclusion, Crime and Difference in Late Modernity
The Risk Society in an Age of Anxiety - Wendy Hollway and Tony Jefferson
Situating Fear of Crime
Cultural Criminology - Jeff Ferrell



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Criminology.