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- Full title: Criminology In Canada, 7th Edition
- Edition: 7th
- Copyright year: 2020
- Publisher: Cengage Learning Canada Inc.
- Author: Siegel, McCormick
- ISBN: 9780176724443, 9780176853082
- Format: PDF
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Table of Contents of Criminology In Canada, 7th Edition PDF ebook:
PrefaceAbout the AuthorsSection 1: Concepts of Crime, Law, and CriminologyChapter 1: Crime and CriminologyWhat Is Criminology?Criminology and Criminal JusticeCriminology and DevianceKey Court Case: R. v. Sharpe (2001)A Brief History of CriminologyClassical Criminology19th-Century PositivismPositivist CriminologyCesare Lombroso and the Criminal ManThe Development of Sociological CriminologyThe Chicago School and the McGill SchoolConflict CriminologyCriminology TodayWhat Criminologists Do: The Criminological EnterpriseCriminal StatisticsSociology of LawTheory ConstructionCriminal Behaviour SystemsPenologyVictimologyHow Do Criminologists View Crime?The Consensus View of CrimeThe Conflict View of CrimeComparative Criminology: International Crime TrendsThe Interactionist View of CrimeDefining CrimeThe Politics of CrimeDoing CriminologySurvey ResearchLongitudinal (Cohort) ResearchAggregate Data ResearchExperimental ResearchAnalyzing PolicyObservational and Interview ResearchProfile of a Crime: Canada’s Deadliest Serial KillersCrime in the News: RCMP in Port Alberni Are Warning the Public about Vigilante JusticeEthical Issues in CriminologyCriminology Research: The Russel Ogden CaseSummaryApplying CriminologyChapter 2: The Criminal Law and Its ProcessThe Origins of LawEarly Legal CodesEarly Crime, Punishment, and LawOrigins of Common LawThe Common LawCommon Law and Statutory LawThe Development of Law in CanadaClassification of LawCriminal and Civil LawIndictable and Summary OffencesMala in Se and Mala ProhibitumFunctions of the Criminal LawProviding Social ControlDiscouraging RevengeExpressing Public Opinion and MoralityDeterring Criminal BehaviourMaintaining the Social OrderThe Legal Definition of a CrimeActus ReusMens ReaStrict LiabilityCriminal DefencesIgnorance or MistakeNot Criminally Responsible on Account of Mental DisorderIntoxicationCriminology Research: What Happens when People Go Outside the Law to Uphold the LawDuressNecessitySelf-DefenceComparative Criminology: The Nigerian 419 Email ScamEntrapmentThe Canadian Charter of Rights and FreedomsChanging the Criminal LawProfile of a Crime: Wrongfully ConvictedCrime in the News: Cree Woman Says Systemic Racism Led to Wrongful Conviction in 1979Key Court Cases: Legal Rights and the CharterSummaryApplying CriminologyChapter 3: The Nature and Extent of CrimeThe Uniform Crime Report (Ucr)Collecting the UCRThe Accuracy of the UCRCrime in the News: The Trauma of Violent Police VideosSelf-Report SurveysThe Focus of Self-ReportsThe Accuracy of Self-ReportsThe âMissing Casesâ IssueVictim SurveysAre Crime Statistics Sources Compatible?Alternative Sources of InformationExplaining Crime TrendsCriminology Research: Men Who Abused BoysComparative Criminology: The Politics of StatisticsWhat the Future HoldsProfile of a Crime: A Serial Killer Stalked Torontoâs Gay VillageTertiary Sources of Crime DataMeta-Analysis and Systematic ReviewData MiningCrime MappingCrime PatternsThe Ecology of CrimeSocial Class and CrimeAge and CrimeKey Court Case: The Murder of Reena VirkGender and CrimeCriminal CareersSummaryApplying CriminologyChapter 4: Victims and VictimizationProblems of Crime Victims: Loss and SufferingThe Perception of the Risk of Being a VictimProblems of Crime Victims: Antisocial BehaviourThe Nature of VictimizationThe Social Ecology of VictimizationVictim CharacteristicsProfile of a Crime: A Woman Who KilledRepeat VictimizationTheories of VictimizationVictim Precipitation TheoryCrime in the News: It Happened BeforeLifestyle TheoriesKey Court Case: R. v. KeegstraCriminology Research: Heterosexual Panic or âHomo-cideâ: The Extent of Hate CrimeRoutine Activities TheoryCaring for the VictimThe Governmentâs ResponseVictim Impact StatementsVictim CompensationCourt ServicesPublic EducationCrisis InterventionVictimâ”Offender Reconciliation ProgramsVictimsâ RightsComparative Criminology: Victimsâ Rights in EuropeSelf-ProtectionFighting BackCommunity OrganizationSummaryApplying CriminologySection 2: Theories of Crime CausationChapter 5: Choice TheoryThe Development of Classical TheoryChoice Theory EmergesDoes Crime Pay?The Concepts of Rational ChoiceOffence and Offender SpecificationsProfile of a Crime: The Curious Career Choice of Edwin Alonzo BoydRational Choice and Routine ActivitiesIs Crime Rational?Are Street Crimes Rational?Is Drug Use Rational?Can Violence Be Rational?What Are the Seductions of Crime?Eliminating CrimeSituational Crime PreventionComparative Criminology: Reducing Crime through SurveillanceCrime Prevention StrategiesTargeting Specific CrimesCrime DiscouragersRamifications of Situational PreventionGeneral DeterrenceCertainty of PunishmentSeverity of PunishmentPerception and DeterrenceInformal SanctionsClosed-Circuit Television (Cctv) and Public SurveillanceGeneral Deterrence in ReviewCrime in the News: Red Light Cameras Are about Politics and Money, Not Crime ControlSpecific DeterrenceDoes Specific Deterrence Deter Crime?Pain versus ShameCriminology Research: Does Capital Punishment Deter Murder?Rethinking DeterrenceIncapacitation StrategiesThe Logic of IncarcerationKey Court Cases: Effects of the Charter on DeterrenceSelective Incapacitation: Three Strikes and Youâre outPolicy Implications of Choice TheorySummaryApplying CriminologyChapter 6: Trait TheoriesBiological Trait TheoryDevelopment of Biological TheoriesBiochemical Conditions and CrimeComparative Criminology: Diet and Crime: An International PerspectiveCrime in the News: Fingerprinting the BrainNeurophysiological Conditions and CrimeCriminology Research: Teenage Behaviour: Is it the Brain?Genetics and CrimeEvolutionary Views of CrimeEvaluation of the Biological Branch of Trait TheoryPsychological Trait TheoriesPsychodynamic PerspectiveProfile of a Crime: Kenneth Parks, SleepwalkerBehavioural TheoriesKey Court Case: Women and Insanity in Canadian SocietyCognitive TheoryMental Illness and CrimePersonality and CrimeIntelligence and CrimeSocial Policy ImplicationsSummaryApplying CriminologyChapter 7: Social Structure TheoriesSociological CriminologyEconomic Structure and CrimeInequalityAre the Poor Undeserving?Crime in the News: Seeds of Hope at Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women InquiryUnemployment and CrimeBranches of Social Structure TheorySocial Disorganization TheoryComparative Criminology: Bridging the Racial Divide in AmericaConcentric Zone TheoryThe Social Ecology SchoolCriminology Research: Carl Dawson and the McGill SchoolStrain TheoryAnomie TheoryProfile of a Crime: Women Who Kill Their ChildrenInstitutional Anomie TheoryRelative Deprivation TheoryKey Court Case: Henry MorgentalerGeneral Strain TheoryCultural Deviance TheoryConduct NormsFocal ConcernsTheory of Delinquent SubculturesTheory of Differential OpportunityEvaluation of Social Structure TheoriesSocial Structure Theory and Social PolicyCommunity PolicingSummaryApplying CriminologyChapter 8: Social Process TheoriesSocial Processes and CrimeFamily RelationsEducational ExperiencePeer RelationsInstitutional Involvement and BeliefBranches of Social Process TheorySocial Learning TheoryDifferential Association TheoryDifferential Reinforcement TheoryNeutralization TheoryAre Social Learning Theories Valid?Social Control TheoriesSelf-Concept and CrimeContainment TheorySocial Control TheoryProfile of a Crime: Fateful Turns in the Difficult Life of Tyrone ConnLabelling TheoryCrime and Labelling TheoryCriminology Research: Researchers Study the Link between the Economy and Youth CrimeDifferential EnforcementBecoming LabelledConsequences of LabellingCrime in the News: Canadaâs Prisons Are the âNew Residential SchoolsâPrimary and Secondary DevianceGeneral Theory of DevianceDifferential Social ControlResearch on Labelling TheoryIs Labelling Theory Valid?New Directions in an Integrated Developmental TheoryOverview of Integrated TheoriesKey Court Case: John Martin CrawfordThe Social Development Model (Sdm)Elliottâs Integrated TheoryIntegrated Structural Marxist TheoryThe Glueck ResearchLife Course EmergesAn Evaluation of Social Process TheorySocial Process Theory and Social PolicyComparative Criminology: The Head Start ProgramSummaryApplying CriminologyChapter 9: Social Conflict TheoryMarxist ThoughtProductive Forces and Productive RelationsMarx on CrimeDeveloping a Social Conflict Theory of CrimeWillem BongerRalf DahrendorfGeorge VoldModern Conflict TheoryConflict CriminologyResearch on Conflict TheoryCriminology Research: Indigenous People in CanadaAnalysis of Conflict TheoryCrime in the News: Racial Profiling or Routine Policing?Key Court Case: R. v. GladueMarxist CriminologyThe Development of a Radical CriminologyFundamentals of Marxist CriminologyEconomic Structure and Surplus ValueInstrumental MarxismStructural MarxismResearch on Marxist CriminologyProfile of a Crime: Louis Riel (1844-1885), Métis LeaderCritique of Marxist CriminologyOther Directions in Critical CriminologyLeft RealismFeminist TheoryDeconstructionismRestorative JusticeComparative Criminology: Practising Restorative Justice AbroadPeacemaking CriminologySummaryApplying CriminologySection 3: Crime TypologiesChapter 10: Violent CrimeThe Roots of ViolenceProfile of a Crime: Two KillersPersonal TraitsIneffective FamiliesEvolutionary Factors/Human InstinctCultural ValuesRegional ValuesSubstance AbuseFirearm AvailabilitySexual AssaultHistory of RapeSexual Assault and the MilitaryIncidence of Sexual AssaultTypes of RapistsTypes of RapeThe Cause of RapeCriminology Research: Masculinity and Sexual Violence among the Urban PoorRape and the LawHomicideDegrees of HomicideThe Nature and Extent of HomicideCrime in the News: More Than 20 Canadians Shot Dead by Police since 2000 Were UnarmedMurderous RelationsHomicide NetworksTypes of MurderersSerial HomicideComparative Criminology: Honour KillingAssaultAssault in the HomeKey Court Case: Arthur Lucas and Ronald TurpinCauses of Child AbuseSpouse AbuseRobberyThe Ecology of RobberyRobber TypologiesEvolving Forms of ViolenceWorkplace ViolenceSchool ViolenceSummaryApplying CriminologyChapter 11: Property CrimesSome Basic PatternsA Brief History of TheftModern ThievesOccasional CriminalsProfessional CriminalsComparative Criminology: On the RunThe Non-Professional FenceTheftCriminology Research: Transforming Theft: Train Robbers and SafecrackersTheft TodayShopliftingAuto TheftCrime in the News: Secret Probe Reveals Widespread Body-shop FraudFalse Pretences or FraudIdentity TheftBad ChequesComputer FraudKey Court Cases: Gst Fraud RingCredit Card TheftEmbezzlementBreak and EnterThe Extent of Break and EnterCareers in BurglaryBurglars on the JobThe Female BurglarArson and VandalismCybervandalism: Crime with Malicious IntentCriminology Research: What Motivates Juvenile Fire Setters?Profile of a Crime: Protesting for the EnvironmentSummaryApplying CriminologyChapter 12: Crimes of Power: White-Collar, Corporate, Green, and Organized CrimeWhite-Collar CrimeRedefining White-Collar CrimeThe White-Collar Crime ProblemInternational White-Collar CrimeComponents of White-Collar CrimeTypes of White-Collar CrimeStings and SwindlesChisellingProfile of a Crime: The Senate ScandalIndividual Exploitation of Institutional PositionInfluence Peddling and BriberyEmbezzlement and Employee FraudClient FraudsCorporate CrimeCriminology Research: Is Chicken Farming Foul?Green CriminologyDefining Green CrimeForms of Green CrimeCrime in the News: Since Standing Rock, 56 Bills Have Been Introduced in 30 States to Restrict ProteKey Court Case: Deepwater HorizonThe Cause of White-Collar CrimeGreedy or Needy?Corporate Culture TheoryThe Self-Control ViewControlling White-Collar CrimeWhite-Collar Law Enforcement SystemsCorporate PolicingWhite-Collar Control Strategies: ComplianceWhite-Collar Control Strategies: DeterrenceOrganized CrimeCharacteristics of Organized CrimeActivities of Organized CrimeOrganized Crime and Legitimate EnterpriseThe Concept of Organized CrimeThe Development of a SyndicateOrganized Crime GroupsTransnational Organized CrimeControlling Organized CrimeComparative Criminology: Human TraffickingThe Future of Organized CrimeSummaryApplying CriminologyChapter 13: Public Order Crimes: Legislating MoralityLaw and MoralityDebating MoralityCriminal or Immoral?Moral CrusadesIllegal SexualityParaphiliaProfile of a Crime: The Case of Everett KlippertSex WorkCriminology Research: The Sex Trade in Contemporary SocietyPornographyDistributing Illegal Sexual MaterialControlling Sex for ProfitSubstance AbuseWhen Did Drug Use Begin?Alcohol and Its ProhibitionCommonly Used and Abused DrugsThe Extent of Substance AbuseAids and Drug UseCrime in the News: Grindr’s Hiv Data-Sharing Has Betrayed the Lgbtq WorldThe Cause of Substance AbuseDrugs and CrimeResearch MethodsThe Cycle of AddictionDrugs and the LawAlcohol AbuseDrug Control StrategiesSource ControlComparative Criminology: Drug CourtsLaw Enforcement StrategiesCommunity StrategiesDrug Testing ProgramsLegalizationEmerging IssuesEuthanasiaGamblingKey Court Case: Sue RodriguezSummaryApplying CriminologyChapter 14: Crimes in the 21st CenturyThe Nature of Political CrimesBecoming a Political CriminalTypes of Political CrimesDevelopment of High-Tech CrimeProfile of a Crime: Edward SnowdenInternet CrimesComputer CrimesCybercrimeCybertheft: Cybercrimes for ProfitCybervandalism: Cybercrime with Malicious IntentData BreachesWorms, Viruses, Trojan Horses, Logic Bombs, and SpamWebsite DefacementCyberstalkingCyberbullyingCyberspyingCyberwarfare: Cybercrime with Political MotivesKey Court Case: The Lost Boy CaseTerrorismHistorical Perspective on TerrorismForms of TerrorismComparative Criminology: Transnational TerrorismCrime in the News: Environmental Action on the Agenda for 2013?How Are Terrorist Groups Organized?What Motivates Terrorists?Cyberterrorism: Crime with Political MotivesThe Extent of TerrorismCriminology Research: Terrorism on the NetResponses to Terrorism since September 11, 2001SummaryApplying CriminologyGlossaryIndexBlank Page