Criminology | SECTION 6


Fundamentals of Criminology

Adam J. McKee, Ph.D.

Scott D. Bransford, Ph.D.


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SOCIOLOGICAL THEORIES OF CRIME

A major thrust of sociological theories of crime is that we must move beyond the individual and consider how we humans behave in the collective context.  We are not solitary creatures, and very powerful social forces influence all behavior, including crime.

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