You are looking at  1-3 of 3 articles  for:

  • Criminological Theories x
  • Criminology and Criminal Justice x
  • Organizational and White-Collar Crime x
Clear All

View:

Choosing White-Collar Crime  

Neal Shover, Andy Hochstetler, and Tage Alalehto

Print publication date:
Nov 2012
Online publication date:
Dec 2012
In Western countries such as the United States, crime is viewed as chosen behavior. This assumption emerged as the dominant theoretical underpinning of crime control policy-making in the ... More

Gender and Theories of Delinquency  

Stacy De Coster, Karen Heimer, and Samantha R. Cumley

Print publication date:
Nov 2012
Online publication date:
Dec 2012
Females are less likely than males to violate the law, a statement that has become a criminological truism and might help explain why the major theoretical paradigms in criminology tend to ... More

Girls, Friends, and Delinquency  

Jean Marie McGloin and Stephanie DiPietro

Print publication date:
Nov 2012
Online publication date:
Dec 2012
One of the controversial issues in criminology is the notion that females are less likely than males to commit a crime. Although scholars have hotly debated the changing magnitude of the ... More

View: