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Short Title CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORIES 7/E. Subtitle Introduction, Evaluation, and Application. Affiliation University of Florida. Country of Publication United States. Place of Publication New York. Audience College/Higher Education.
With a focus on empirical evaluation and practical application, Criminological Theories: Introduction, Evaluation, and Application, Seventh Edition, helps students draw connections between criminological theory and practical applications. In clear, engaging language, authors Ronald L. Akers,Christine S. Sellers, and Wesley G. Jennings explore each principal criminological theory using a three-part analysis:-- An Introduction presents a succinct exposition of the theory's central concepts, assertions, and hypotheses;-- An Evaluation provides a detailed critique of the theory, with an emphasis on empirical validity; and-- An Application extends the evaluation to determine each theory's relevance and its potential for controlling and preventing crime and delinquency.
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Christine S. Sellers, Ronald L. Akers, Wesley G. Jennings
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"Criminological Theories, Seventh Edition, is an excellent, comprehensive textbook with good examples and succinct summaries. It's a tour de force of theory textbooks."--Liena Gurevich, Hofstra University "This is the most informative criminological theory text I've come across."--Brianna Remster, Villanova University "This book is extremely well written. The authors do a very good job of conveying complex information in a straightforward manner."--Robert Worley, Lamar University