ABSTRACT

A substantive guide to state of the art research and theory, the International Handbook of Criminology completes an esteemed trilogy of comparative analyses and insight from worldwide experts. Exploring a phenomenon that penetrates cultures of all racial, ethnic, and social classes, this volume continues in the tradition of its predecessors in the

part |2 pages

Section I: Theoretical and Historical Frameworks

chapter 1|20 pages

Crime Science

ByKEN PEASE

chapter 3|44 pages

Life Course Criminology

ByARJAN A. J. BLOKLAND AND PAUL NIEUWBEERTA

chapter 4|20 pages

Making Sense of Criminal Justice

ByDAVID NELKEN

part |2 pages

Section II: Methods of Inquiry

part |2 pages

Section III: Crime and Criminality

chapter 9|28 pages

Transnational Environmental Harm and Eco-Global Criminology

ByROB WHITE

chapter 10|50 pages

Perpetrators and Victims of Sex Crimes

ByJOACHIM OBERGFELL-FUCHS

chapter 11|34 pages

Financial Crimes in Comparative Context

ByMICHAEL LEVI

part |2 pages

Section IV: Response to Crime

chapter 13|18 pages

Affluence, Disadvantage, and Fear of Crime

ByMURRAY LEE

chapter 15|30 pages

Crime and Social Policy

ByCHRIS GROVER

chapter 17|28 pages

The Police Response to Crime

ByMEGAN O’NEILL

chapter 18|28 pages

The European Experience of Crime Prevention

ByROSSELLA SELMINI

part |2 pages

Section V: Crime, Victims, and Social Divisions

chapter 19|26 pages

Class, Inequality, and the Etiology of Crime

ByJUKKA SAVOLAINEN

chapter 20|32 pages

Youth Gangs in a Global Context

ByJUANJO MEDINA ARIZA

chapter 22|30 pages

Spatial Analysis of Street Crimes

ByCIRCE M. G. MONTEIRO

chapter 23|32 pages

Understanding Repeat Victimization: A Longitudinal Study

ByANTHONY E. BOTTOMS, ANDREW COSTELLO

chapter |6 pages

Conclusion

BySHLOMO G. SHOHAM, PAUL KNEPPER