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Theoretical Criminology
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Format: Hardcover
ISBN: 0195073215
ISBN-13: 9780195073218
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Release Date: August, 1997
Length: 368 Pages
Weight: 1.05 pounds
Dimensions: 9.29 X 6.3 X 0.87 inches
Language: English

Theoretical Criminology

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This fourth edition of Theoretical Criminology, the standard text and reference in its field, has been extensively revised and completely updated. New sections include material on neurotransmitters, environmentally induced biological components of behavior, impulsiveness and crime, neighborhoods as causes of crime, situational co...
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  best theory text book

This is hands down the best crim theory text book available. It's designed for undergrads, but it provides a brief, thorough, and direct synopsis of all the most important theories a grad student might study for comprehensive exams, so it's a great way to review and to make sure you're covering all your bases. The only reason I'm giving it 4 instead of 5 stars is because this edition is already 7 years old. A ton of research has come out in the last few years, and I think theoretical topography has changed quite a bit, especially with self control theory, developmental and life course perspectives, and recent work on communities and crime dominating the field. A must-have for any criminology grad student.