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Table of Contents

SECTION I: Introduction to the Book: An Overview of Issues in Criminological Theory
Reading 1. The Use and Usefulness of Criminology, 1751–2005: Enlightened Justice and Its Failures by Lawrence W. Sherman  
SECTION II: Pre-Classical and Classical Theories of Crime
Reading 2. On Crimes and Punishments by Cesare Beccaria  
Reading 3. Capital Punishment and Deterrence: Examining the Effect of Executions on Murder in Texas by Jon Sorensen, Robert Wrinkle, Victoria Brewer, and James Marquart  
SECTION III: Modern Applications of the Classical Perspective: Deterrence, Rational Choice, and Routine Activities or Lifestyle Theories of Crime
Reading 4. The Effects of Focused Deterrence Strategies on Crime: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Empirical Evidence by Anthony A. Braga and David L. Weisburd  
Reading 5. Specifying the Direct and Indirect Effects of Low Self-Control and Situational Factors in Offenders’ Decision Making: Toward a More Complete Model of Rational Offending by Alex R. Piquero and Stephen G. Tibbetts  
Reading 6. Hot Spots of Predatory Crime: Routine Activities and the Criminology of Place by Lawrence W. Sherman, Patrick R. Gartin, and Michael E. Buerger  
Reading 7. The Impact of Neighborhoods, Schools, and Malls on the Spatial Distribution of Property Damage by Teresa C. LaGrange  
SECTION IV: Early Positive School Perspectives of Criminality
Reading 8. The Criminal Man (L’uomo delinquente) by Cesare Lombroso (as translated by Mary Gibson and Nicole H. Rafter)  
Reading 9. The Contribution of Family Adversity and Verbal IQ to Criminal Behavior by Chris L. Gibson, Alex R. Piquero, and Stephen G. Tibbetts  
Section V: Modern Biosocial Perspectives of Criminal Behavior
Reading 10. A Theory Explaining Biological Correlates of Criminality by Lee Ellis  
Reading 11. Neuroimaging Studies of Aggressive and Violent Behavior: Current Findings and Implications for Criminology and Criminal Justice by Jana L. Bufkin and Vickie R. Luttrell  
Reading 12. A Life-Course Analysis of the Criminogenic Effects of Maternal Cigarette Smoking During Pregnancy: A Research Note on the Mediating Impact of Neuropsychological Deficit by Jean Marie McGloin, Travis C. Pratt, and Alex R. Piquero  
SECTION VI: Early Social Structure and Strain Theories of Crime
Reading 13. Social Structure and Anomie by Robert K. Merton  
Reading 14. There’s a Darkness on the Edge of Town: Merton’s Five Modes of Adaptation in the Lyrics of Bruce Springsteen by Craig Hemmens  
Reading 15. Building on the Foundation of General Strain Theory: Specifying the Types of Strain Most Likely to Lead to Crime and Delinquency by Robert Agnew  
SECTION VII: The Chicago School and Cultural and Subcultural Theories of Crime
Reading 16. Delinquency Rates and Community Characteristics by Clifford R. Shaw and Henry D. McKay  
Reading 17. Replicating Sampson and Groves’s Test of Social Disorganization Theory: Revisiting a Criminological Classic by Christopher T. Lowenkamp, Francis T. Cullen, and Travis C. Pratt  
Reading 18. Peaceful Warriors: Codes for Violence among Adult Male Bar Fighters by Heith Copes, Andy Hochstetler and Craig Forsyth  
SECTION VIII: Social Process and Learning Theories of Crime
Reading 19. A Sociological Theory of Criminal Behavior by Edwin H. Sutherland  
Reading 20. A Social Learning Theory of Crime by Ronald L. Akers  
Reading 21. Do Women and Men Differ in Their Neutralizations of Corporate Crime? by Lynne M. Vieraitis, Nicole Leeper Piquero, Alex R. Piquero, Stephen G. Tibbetts, and Michael Blankenship  
Reading 22. Scared Kids, Unattached Kids, or Peer Pressure: Why Do Students Carry Firearms to School by David C. May  
SECTION IX: Social Reaction, Critical, and Feminist Models of Crime
Reading 23. Informal Reactions and Delinquency by Lening Zhang  
Reading 24. Conflict Theory and Deviance in Sport by D. Stanley Eitzen  
Reading 25. Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, and Crime: Future Directions for Feminist Criminology by Amanda Burgess-Proctor  
SECTION X: Life-Course Perspectives of Criminality
Reading 26. Criminal Career Paradigm: Background, Recent Developments, and the Way Forward by Alex R. Piquero, David P. Farrington, and Alfred Blumstein  
Reading 27. The Effects of Prenatal Problems, Family Functioning, and Neighborhood Disadvantage in Predicting Life-Course Persistent Offending by Michael G. Turner, Jennifer L. Hartman, and Donna M. Bishop  
Reading 28. Highlights From Pathways to Desistance: A Longitudinal Study of Serious Adolescent Offenders by Edward P. Mulvey  
SECTION XI: Integrated Theoretical Models and New Perspectives of Crime
Reading 29. An Integrated Theoretical Perspective on Delinquent Behavior by Delbert S. Elliott, Suzanne S. Ageton, and Rachelle J. Canter  
Reading 30. An Exploratory Test of Braithwaite’s Reintegrative Shaming Theory by Carter Hay  
Reading 31. Toward an Interactional Theory of Delinquency by Terence P. Thornberry  
SECTION XII: Applying Criminological Theory to Policy
Reading 32. Crime and Public Policy by James Q. Wilson  
Reading 33. Toward an Integrated Theory of Probation by Craig S. Schwalbe