Criminological theory : context and consequences


Criminological theory : context and consequences

J. Robert Lilly, Francis T. Cullen, Richard A. Ball ; under the editorship of James A. Inciardi

Sage Publications, c1995

2nd ed

  • : hbk
  • : pbk

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 226-241) and indexes



Following the acclaimed success of the First Edition, this new edition of Criminological Theory continues to be the only text of its kind to stress the 'context and consequences' of theory. Four of the original chapters have been carefully revised and a new chapter on the feminist perspective and `left realism' has been added. As well as a thorough presentation of the history of criminological theory, the authors continue their focus on the interconnection among social context, criminological theory and criminal justice policy-making.


The Context and Consequences of Theory The Search for the `Criminal Man' Rejecting Individualism The Social Roots of Crime Society as Insulation Control Theory The Irony of State Intervention Labeling Theory Social Power and the Construction of Crime Conflict Theory New Directions in Critical Theory Conservative Criminology Revitalizing Individualistic Theory

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