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Hugh D Barlow,EDITOR *
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978-0813326771
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Westview Press; 1 edition (November 16, 1995)
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Crime And Public Policy book.

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Crime policy ought to be guided by science rather than ideology, argue Hugh Barlow and Scott Decker in this incisive .

Crime policy ought to be guided by science rather than ideology, argue Hugh Barlow and Scott Decker in this incisive and original collection of essays.

book by Hugh D. Barlow. In this timely book of original essays, some of criminology’s most respected scholars assess the policy implications of recent theories of crime. Sixty-First Annual Report of the American Colonization Society; With the Minutes of the Annual Meeting and of the Board of Directors: January 15 and 16, 1878 (Classic Reprint). American Colonization Society.

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Contents Foreword, by Francis T. Cullen vii Preface xi PART I The Policy Implications of General Theories of Crime Introduction to Part I: Putting Criminological Theory into Practice 3 Hugh D. Barlow and Scott H. Decker 1 Control Balance Theory and Social Policy 6 Charles R. Tittle. Tittle 2 Controlling Crime: Recommendations from General Strain Theory 25 Robert Agnew 3 The Normal Crime Rate, the Economy, and Mass Incarceration: An Institutional Anomie Perspective on Crime Control Policy 45 Richard Rosenfeld and Steven F. Messner 4 A General Theory of Crime and Public Policy 66 Alex R. Piquero . .

Request PDF On Jan 1, 2010, Hugh D. Barlow and others published Criminology and Public Policy . However, the notion to match theory to practice and engage Honours students is not a new one for Criminology in South Africa.

However, the notion to match theory to practice and engage Honours students is not a new one for Criminology in South Africa.

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Sometimes when you see a crime like the recent Colorado shooting, you find many questions coming to your mind. Why such type of crimes which do not have a established motive and cannot be explained, only happen in most advanced countries.

In this timely book of original essays, some of criminology's most respected scholars assess the policy implications of recent theories of crime. The central question posed by the book is: Where does contemporary criminological theory lead open-minded policymakers who are seeking to construct effective new strategies for dealing with crime?Evaluating their own and others' work, the contributors present specific policy recommendations based on their analyses. After reading these essays, students of crime will discover they can now suggest answers to another question often posed in the classroom: How can theory help us solve the crime problem?Although the book focuses on the policy implications of theories that have a broad scope or that integrate different perspectives, it concludes with chapters that contemplate theory and policy as applied to specific areas of criminal activity. The authors have written exciting and challenging essays that will interest criminologists and criminal justice practitioners as well as experts in public administration and policy analysis. In the classroom, the book will be useful in upper-level and graduate courses in criminology, criminal justice, and policy analysis.