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Table of Contents

Chapter 1        Introduction

SECTION I: THE ROOTS OF CRIMINOLOGY

Chapter 2        The Classical School

Chapter 3        The Positive School

SECTION II: THE FOUNDATIONS OF AMERICAN CRIMINOLOGY

Chapter 4        The Chicago School

Chapter 5        Differential Association Theory

Chapter 6        Anomie Theory

SECTION III: BUILDING ON THE FOUNDATION

Chapter 7        Subculture Theories

Chapter 8        Labeling Theory

SECTION IV: MODERN CRIMINOLOGY

Chapter 9        Conflict Theory

Chapter 10      Gender-based Theories

Chapter 11      Social Control Theory

Chapter 12      Social Learning Theory

Chapter 13      Rational Theories

SECTION V: CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES

Chapter 14      Contemporary Theories of Process

Chapter 15      Contemporary Integrative and Critical Theories