4 edition of Pathways to criminal violence found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Neil Alan Weiner, Marvin E. Wolfgang.|
|Series||Sage focus editions ;, v. 102|
|Contributions||Weiner, Neil Alan., Wolfgang, Marvin E., 1924-|
|LC Classifications||HV6791 .P38 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||237 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||237|
|ISBN 10||0803933436, 0803933444|
|LC Control Number||88030870|
The Psychology of Criminal and Violent Behaviour. David R. Lyon and Andrew Welsh. Publication Date - April ISBN: pages Paperback In Stock. Retail Price to Students: $ Drawing on relevant research, real-world examples, and gripping case studies, this text applies theory to provide deep insight into criminal behaviour. Criminal Violence: Patterns, Explanations, and Prevention, Fourth Edition, provides a current, comprehensive, and highly accessible overview of major topics, theories, and controversies within the field of criminal violence. Using engaging, straightforward language, Marc Riedel and Wayne Welsh consider diverse theoretical perspectives and present state-of-the Brand: Oxford University Press.
Although violence does not have a readily observable biological agent as an initiator, it can follow similar epidemiological pathways. On April May 1, , the Institute of Medicine (IOM) Forum on Global Violence Prevention convened a workshop to explore the contagious nature of violence. Results of 2‐step cluster analysis regarding the offender's development, criminal history, crime context, and modus operandi revealed 3 distinct pathways of the offending process. The coercive pathway was characterised by the amount of violence used against the by: 2.
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Pathways to Criminal Violence answers these and other questions in a concerted effort to stimulate renewed debate and dialogue on the growing problem of criminal violence and behavior.
"The major contribution to this book is to provide scholars interested in the study of criminal violence with relatively recent and extensive reviews of the. Pathways to criminal violence. Newbury Park: Sage Publications, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Neil Alan Weiner; Marvin E Wolfgang.
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Wolfgang. Violence and Nonviolence: Pathways to Understanding is the first book to provide an integrative, systematic approach to the study of violence and nonviolence in one volume. Eminent scholar and award-winning author Gregg Barak examines virtually all forms of violence—from verbal abuse to genocide—and treats all of these expressions of violence as interpersonal, institutional, and Cited by: Violence and Nonviolence: Pathways to Understanding is a unique book in that it tries to grapple with both violence and nonviolence.
There are, of course, numerous books written about violence, mostly on one specific form or type of violence, such as homicide, terrorism, domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault, or war.
Violence and Nonviolence: Pathways to Understanding is the first book to provide an integrative, systematic approach to the study of violence and nonviolence in one volume. Eminent scholar and award-winning author Gregg Barak examines virtually all forms of violence—from verbal abuse to genocide—and treats all of these expressions of.
According to the pathways perspective, gender shapes criminality differently for men and women. Particular life experiences felt by women may increase their likelihood of engaging in criminal Author: Julie Yingling. Pathways in the Offending Process of Hebephilic Offenders, Sébastien Alarie and Jean Proulx 9.
Pathways in the Offending Process of Polymorphic Sexual Aggressors, Patrick Lussier Part III. Criminal Career and Recidivism in Sexual Aggressors A Criminal-Career Approach to Sex Offender Subtypes, Jesse Cale and Patrick Lussier The Pathways Perspective: Women’s Pathways Into Crime Research on women’s pathways into crime indicates that gender matters significantly in shaping criminality.
The profound differences between the lives of women and men shape their patterns of criminal offending. Among women, the most common pathways to crime are based on survival (of abuseFile Size: 22KB.
Purpose Studies of pathways to offending have mainly focused on identifying either gendered trajectories in criminal careers, gendered risk factors for offending, or gendered pathways.
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“This textbook is an excellent tool that explores issues impacting juvenile delinquency, theories, system response, community interventions, and effective programs to help reduce delinquency.” —Robbin Day Brooks, MSW, CPP, Arizona State University’s School of Criminology & Criminal Justice.
Juvenile Delinquency: Pathways and Prevention. Juvenile Delinquency: Pathways and Prevention explores the pivotal roles that family, trauma, mental health, and schools have on juvenile delinquency, while exploring opportunities for prevention and intervention.
Authors Christopher A. Mallett and Miyuki Fukushima Tedor draw from years of experience working with juvenile offenders to shed. Criminal Violence: Patterns, Causes, and Prevention, Third Edition, provides a current, comprehensive, and highly accessible overview of major topics, theories, and controversies within the field of criminal violence.
Using lively, straightforward language, Marc Riedel and Wayne Welsh consider diverse theoretical perspectives and present state-of-the-art prevention and/5. In Search of Safety takes a close look at the sources of gendered violence and conflict in women’s prisons.
The authors examine how intersectional inequalities and cumulative disadvantages are at the root of prison conflict and violence and mirror the women’s pathways to prison.
Women must negotiate these inequities by developing forms of prison capital—social. Criminal Violence: Patterns, Explanations, and Prevention, Fourth Edition, provides a current, comprehensive, and highly accessible overview of major topics, theories, and controversies within the field of criminal violence.
Using engaging, straightforward language, Marc Riedel and Wayne Welsh consider diverse theoretical perspectives and present state-of-the-art prevention and.
This book introduces a novel approach to analysing and mapping criminal behaviours. Every crime occurs as a chain of behaviours and events, from inception and preparation through to commission and exit from the crime scene.
These pathways in crime are complex, dynamic sequences that are by their very nature difficult to analyse.
Pathways and Prevention. Author: Christopher A. Mallett,Miyuki Fukushima Tedor. Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated ISBN: Category: Social Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD → Juvenile Delinquency: Pathways and Prevention explores the pivotal roles that family, trauma, mental health, and schools have on juvenile delinquency, while.
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FROM PRISON TO HOME: WOMEN’S PATHWAYS IN AND OUT OF CRIME Jennifer E. Cobbina M.A. University of Missouri - St. Louis B.A. Indiana University A Dissertation submitted to the Graduate School for partial completion of the requirements of the Doctor of Philosophy degree, Department of Criminology and.The study of developmental pathways in externalizing behaviors is one of the methods towards the identification of steps that precede the emergence of very serious behaviors such as violence or costly forms of theft (see Loeber & LeBlanc,for a brief history of the study of developmental pathways in delinquency).
It should be understood Cited by: the criminal justice process. PATHWAYS FROM CRIME 2 release support, or conventional community sentences with limited engagement from an overworked probation service, cannot be expected to provide the support or challenge that young adults need, as they emerge from the protections – however.