- Author:Delos H. Kelly
- Publisher:St Martins Pr; 2 edition (October 1, 1990)
- Pages:575 pages
- Subcategory:Social Sciences
- FB2 format1451 kb
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ISBN13: 9780312021313. Criminal Behavior : Text and Readings in Criminology.
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Delinquent behavior, interactional and motivational aspects. ISBN 9780822102144 (978-0-8221-0214-4) Softcover, Dickenson Pub. Co, 1978. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Delos H Kelly at LibraryThing.
The statistical correlations of criminal behavior explore the associations of specific non-criminal factors with specific crimes. The field of criminology studies the dynamics of crime. Most of these studies use correlational data; that is, they attempt to identify various factors are associated with specific categories of criminal behavior. Such correlational studies led to hypotheses about the causes of these crimes.
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Theories in criminology. Book · January 2009 with 22,119 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. In this monograph, the author applied his concept of criminology as the science dealing with criminal phenomenon, . the crime, the perpetrator and the victim of crime, criminality, as well as the way in which a society reacts to criminal behaviour. That is the reason why he divided all theories in criminology into two groups.
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Skim through the text, reading the beginnings and ends of paragraphs. Report back to the class on what you looked at and discovered. Before you read this text, think of questions that you expect the text will answer. One trick is to look at the subheadings and key terms that you noticed in your survey and turn them into questions. For example, the subheading "Age group" might prompt the question, "Which age group is most likely to commit crimes?" Ľ Write your questions in the margins.