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Ecology, crime, and delinquency. Edited by Harwin L. Voss [and] David M. Petersen.

Author/Creator:
Voss, Harwin L. comp.
Publication:
New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts [1971]
Format/Description:
Book
ix, 328 p. illus. 21 cm.
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Subjects:
Crime.
Criminals.
Human beings -- Effect of environment on -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Juvenile delinquency -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Contents:
English ecology and criminology of the past century, by Y. Levin and A. Lindesmith.
Some ecological studies of the 19th century, by T. Morris.
Juvenile delinquency and urban areas: research, by C. R. Shaw and Henry D. McKay.
Juvenile delinquency and urban areas: theory, by C. R. Shaw and H. D. McKay.
The formal logical properties of the Shaw-McKay delinquency theory, by S. Kobrin.
A re-evaluation and critique of the logic and some methods of Shaw and McKay, by C. T. Jonassen.
Ecological correlations and the behavior of individuals, by W. S. Robinson.
Towards an understanding of juvenile delinquency, by B. Lander.
Juvenile delinquency and "anomie": an attempt at replication, by D. J. Bordua.
Continuity in delinquency area research: a comparison of studies for Baltimore, Detroit, and Indianapolis, by R. J. Chilton.
An evaluation of the Lander approach to ecology of delinquency, by L. Rosen and S. H. Turner.
Issues in the ecological study of delin
Contributor:
Petersen, David M. joint comp.
ISBN:
0390906972
OCLC:
197738