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CONTENTS preface preface to the 1984 edition chapter one: The Basic Myths About Criminals 000 chapter two: Parents Don't Turn Children into Criminals 000 chapter three: Peer Pressure: No Excuse for Crime 000 chapter four: "The Hell with School" 000 chapter five: Work and the Criminal 000 chapter six: People as Pawns 000 chapter seven: "The Ultimate Pursuit of Control: Crimes of Violence" 000 chapter eight: "It's Thugs, Not Drugs; It's Thinking, Not Drinking" 000 chapter nine: "Getting Over on the Shrinks" 000 chapter ten: Locked Up 000 chapter eleven: The Criminal As Terrorist: Implications for International Terrorism 000 chapter twelve: Criminal's Self-Image: "Decent People" 000 chapter thirteen: The Total Failure of the Conventional Wisdom 000 chapter fourteen: Coping with Criminals: Dusty Trails and Dead Ends 000 chapter fifteen: To Change a Criminal 000 chapter sixteen: "Habilitation" or More Crime? 000 Notes 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Criminal psychology, Juvenile delinquents Psychology, Conduct disorders in adolescence