Crimes (75 C, 172 P) A People acquitted of crimes (15 C, 36 P) Anti-crime activists (34 P) B Buildings associated with crimes (2 C, 11 P) C Crime and children (4 C, 6 P) Crime in popular culture (7 C, 4 P) Criminal subcultures (1 C, 17 P) Criminals (20 C, 7 P) E Escape (6 C, 5 P) G Gender and crime (2 C, 7 P) I
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- History of Academic Criminology
- Schools of Thought
- Types and Definitions of Crime
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In the mid-18th century, criminology arose as social philosophers gave thought to crime and concepts of law. The term criminology was coined in 1885 by Italian law professor Raffaele Garofalo as Criminologia[it]. Later, French anthropologist Paul Topinard used the analogous French term Criminologie[fr]. Paul Topinard's major work a...
There were three main schools of thought in early criminological theory, spanning the period from the mid-18th century to the mid-twentieth century: Classical, Positivist, and Chicago. These schools of thought were superseded by several contemporary paradigms of criminology, such as the sub-culture, control, strain, labelling, critical criminology,...
Both the positivist and classical schools take a consensus view of crime: that a crime is an act that violates the basic values and beliefs of society. Those values and beliefs are manifested as laws that society agrees upon. However, there are two types of laws: 1. Natural laws are rooted in core values shared by many cultures. Natural laws protec...
Areas of study in criminology include: 1. Comparative criminology, which is the study of the social phenomenon of crime across cultures, to identify differences and similarities in crime patterns. 2. Crime prevention 3. Crime statistics 4. Criminal behavior 5. Criminal careers and desistance 6. Domestic violence 7. Deviant behavior 8. Evaluationof ...
1. Agnew, Robert (2005). Why Do Criminals Offend? A General Theory of Crime and Delinquency.New York: Oxford University Press. 2. Barak, Gregg (ed.). (1998). Integrative criminology (International Library of Criminology, Criminal Justice & Penology.). Aldershot: Ashgate/Dartmouth. ISBN 1-84014-008-9. 3. Beccaria, Cesare, Dei delitti e delle pene(1763–1764). 4. Blatier, Catherine (1998), "The Specialized Jurisdiction: A Better Chance for Minors". International Journal of Law, Policy and the Fa...
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