Criminology : theory and concept / John Tierney.Material type: TextPublication details: Hemel Hempstead : Prentice Hall, 1996. ISBN: 0133801551Subject(s): Criminology -- History | Criminology -- History -- Great Britain | Crime -- Sociological aspects | Crime -- Sociological aspects -- Great BritainDDC classification: 364
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Pt. I. Preliminaries and Early History. 1. Criminology, crime and deviance: some preliminaries. 2. Measuring crime and criminality. 3. Criminology and criminologists up to World War Two -- Pt. II. World War Two to the Mid-1960s. 4. The discipline of criminology and its context-1. 5. Social disorganization and anomie. 6. Strain, subcultures and delinquency. 7. Criminology theory in Britain -- Pt. III. The Mid-1960s to the Early 1970s. 8. The discipline of criminology and its context-2. 9. New deviancy theory: the interactionist approach to deviance -- Pt. IV. The 1970s. 10. The discipline of criminology and its context-3: post-new deviancy. 11. Post-new deviancy and the new criminology -- Pt. V. The 1980s and 1990s. 12. The discipline of criminology and its context-4. 13. Criminological theory.