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In this timely book of original essays some of criminology s most respected scholars assess the policy implications of recent theories of crime The central question posed by the book is Where does contemporary criminological theory lead open minded policymakers who are seeking to construct effective new strategies for dealing with crime Evaluating their own and others work the contributors present specific policy recommendations based on their analyses After reading these essays students of crime will discover they can now suggest answers to another question often posed in the classroom How can theory help us solve the crime problem Although the book focuses on the policy implications of theories that have a broad scope or that integrate different perspectives it concludes with chapters that contemplate theory and policy as applied to specific areas of criminal activity The authors have written exciting and challenging essays that will interest criminologists and criminal justice practitioners as well as experts in public administration and policy analysis In the classroom the book will be useful in upper level and graduate courses in criminology criminal justice and policy analysis, No description available, No description available, This book provides a concise but comprehensive review of the full range of classic and contemporary theories of crime With separate chapters on the nature and use of criminological theory as well as theoretical application the authors render the difficult task of explaining crime more understandable to the introductory student All of the main theories in criminology are reviewed including classical and rational choice biological psychological and evolutionary social structural social process critical general and integrated approaches Copious examples of the spirit of the theories are supplied many with a popular culture e g film and music connection The highly original final chapter titled Putting Criminological Theory to Work provides readers with an integrated theoretical model that students can apply to virtually any type of crime The book is well suited for use in undergraduate and graduate courses in criminology criminal justice and deviance