Criminal Behavior: A Systems Approach – Bruce A. Arrigo

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Criminal Behavior: A Systems Approach

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"Criminal Behavior: A Systems Approach" strikes a sensible, reader-friendly, and insightful balance between explaining crime and delinquency and interpreting human behavior. In this way, the emerging insights of criminal justice and the unique values of psychology are strategically brought to bear on what conduct society defines as criminal. Utilizing a "systems" approach, the book skillfully and methodically addresses relevant theories of criminal behavior, various types of violent and non-violent crimes and criminals and institutional and organizational responses to crime and criminal behavior.For careers in Criminology.


Author: Bruce A. Arrigo
Pages: 368 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 26.26 Mb

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