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Criminology

CRIMINOLOGY THEORIES/PATTERNS/ TYPOLOGIES

Theories, Patterns and Typologies
Criminology
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2018
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The bestselling text on the market and now in its thirteenth edition, CRIMINOLOGY: THEORIES, PATTERNS, AND TYPOLOGIES, delivers the most comprehensive, in-depth analysis of criminological theory and crime typologies available -- showing you how criminology relates to criminal justice policy. Renowned for his unbiased presentation of theories, issues, and controversies, Dr. Siegel encourages you to weigh the evidence and form your own conclusions. The text includes cutting-edge seminal research, up-to-the-minute policy, hundreds of new references, and new material on the legalization of marijuana, ISIL and terrorism, mass shootings, cybercrime, green crime, and transnational crime. It also maximizes your study efforts through chapter objectives, end-of-chapter reviews, key concepts, concepts summary tables, and newsworthy examples that help you see how what you are learning applies in the real world, thereby equipping you with the tools you need to succeed.
  • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
  • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
  • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
  • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
  • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
  • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
  • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
  • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
  • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
  • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
  • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
  • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
  • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
  • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
  • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
  • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
  • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
  • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
  • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
  • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
  • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
  • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
  • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
  • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
  • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
  • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
  • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
  • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
  • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
  • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
  • Part I: CONCEPTS OF CRIME, LAW, AND CRIMINOLOGY.
  • 1. Crime and Criminology.
  • 2. The Nature and Extent of Crime.
  • 3. Victims and Victimization.
  • Part II: THEORIES OF CRIME CAUSATION.
  • 4. Rational Choice Theory.?
  • 5. Trait Theories.
  • 6. Social Structure Theories.
  • 7. Social Process Theories: Socialization and Society.
  • 8. Social Conflict, Critical Criminology, and Restorative Justice.
  • 9. Developmental Theories: Life Course, Latent Trait, and Trajectory.
  • Part III: CRIME TYPOLOGIES.
  • 10. Interpersonal Violence.
  • 11. Political Crime and Terrorism.
  • 12. Property Crime.
  • 13. Enterprise Crime: White-Collar, Green-Collar, and Transnational Organized Crime.
  • 14. Public Order Crime: Sex and Substance Abuse.
  • 15. Crimes of the New Millennium: Cybercrime.
The bestselling text on the market and now in its thirteenth edition, CRIMINOLOGY: THEORIES, PATTERNS, AND TYPOLOGIES, delivers the most comprehensive, in-depth analysis of criminological theory and crime typologies available -- showing you how criminology relates to criminal justice policy. Renowned for his unbiased presentation of theories, issues, and controversies, Dr. Siegel encourages you to weigh the evidence and form your own conclusions. The text includes cutting-edge seminal research, up-to-the-minute policy, hundreds of new references, and new material on the legalization of marijuana, ISIL and terrorism, mass shootings, cybercrime, green crime, and transnational crime. It also maximizes your study efforts through chapter objectives, end-of-chapter reviews, key concepts, concepts summary tables, and newsworthy examples that help you see how what you are learning applies in the real world, thereby equipping you with the tools you need to succeed.
  • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
  • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
  • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
  • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
  • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
  • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
  • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
  • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
  • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
  • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
  • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
  • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
  • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
  • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
  • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
  • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
  • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
  • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
  • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
  • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
  • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
  • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
  • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
  • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
  • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
  • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
  • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
  • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
  • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
  • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
  • Part I: CONCEPTS OF CRIME, LAW, AND CRIMINOLOGY.
  • 1. Crime and Criminology.
  • 2. The Nature and Extent of Crime.
  • 3. Victims and Victimization.
  • Part II: THEORIES OF CRIME CAUSATION.
  • 4. Rational Choice Theory.?
  • 5. Trait Theories.
  • 6. Social Structure Theories.
  • 7. Social Process Theories: Socialization and Society.
  • 8. Social Conflict, Critical Criminology, and Restorative Justice.
  • 9. Developmental Theories: Life Course, Latent Trait, and Trajectory.
  • Part III: CRIME TYPOLOGIES.
  • 10. Interpersonal Violence.
  • 11. Political Crime and Terrorism.
  • 12. Property Crime.
  • 13. Enterprise Crime: White-Collar, Green-Collar, and Transnational Organized Crime.
  • 14. Public Order Crime: Sex and Substance Abuse.
  • 15. Crimes of the New Millennium: Cybercrime.
The bestselling text on the market and now in its thirteenth edition, CRIMINOLOGY: THEORIES, PATTERNS, AND TYPOLOGIES, delivers the most comprehensive, in-depth analysis of criminological theory and crime typologies available -- showing you how criminology relates to criminal justice policy. Renowned for his unbiased presentation of theories, issues, and controversies, Dr. Siegel encourages you to weigh the evidence and form your own conclusions. The text includes cutting-edge seminal research, up-to-the-minute policy, hundreds of new references, and new material on the legalization of marijuana, ISIL and terrorism, mass shootings, cybercrime, green crime, and transnational crime. It also maximizes your study efforts through chapter objectives, end-of-chapter reviews, key concepts, concepts summary tables, and newsworthy examples that help you see how what you are learning applies in the real world, thereby equipping you with the tools you need to succeed.
  • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
  • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
  • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
  • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
  • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
  • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
  • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
  • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
  • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
  • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
  • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
  • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
  • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
  • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
  • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
  • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
  • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
  • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
  • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
  • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
  • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
  • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
  • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
  • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
  • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
  • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
  • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
  • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
  • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
  • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
  • Part I: CONCEPTS OF CRIME, LAW, AND CRIMINOLOGY.
  • 1. Crime and Criminology.
  • 2. The Nature and Extent of Crime.
  • 3. Victims and Victimization.
  • Part II: THEORIES OF CRIME CAUSATION.
  • 4. Rational Choice Theory.?
  • 5. Trait Theories.
  • 6. Social Structure Theories.
  • 7. Social Process Theories: Socialization and Society.
  • 8. Social Conflict, Critical Criminology, and Restorative Justice.
  • 9. Developmental Theories: Life Course, Latent Trait, and Trajectory.
  • Part III: CRIME TYPOLOGIES.
  • 10. Interpersonal Violence.
  • 11. Political Crime and Terrorism.
  • 12. Property Crime.
  • 13. Enterprise Crime: White-Collar, Green-Collar, and Transnational Organized Crime.
  • 14. Public Order Crime: Sex and Substance Abuse.
  • 15. Crimes of the New Millennium: Cybercrime.
The bestselling text on the market and now in its thirteenth edition, CRIMINOLOGY: THEORIES, PATTERNS, AND TYPOLOGIES, delivers the most comprehensive, in-depth analysis of criminological theory and crime typologies available -- showing you how criminology relates to criminal justice policy. Renowned for his unbiased presentation of theories, issues, and controversies, Dr. Siegel encourages you to weigh the evidence and form your own conclusions. The text includes cutting-edge seminal research, up-to-the-minute policy, hundreds of new references, and new material on the legalization of marijuana, ISIL and terrorism, mass shootings, cybercrime, green crime, and transnational crime. It also maximizes your study efforts through chapter objectives, end-of-chapter reviews, key concepts, concepts summary tables, and newsworthy examples that help you see how what you are learning applies in the real world, thereby equipping you with the tools you need to succeed.
  • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
  • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
  • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
  • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
  • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
  • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
  • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
  • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
  • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
  • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
  • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
  • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
  • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
  • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
  • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
  • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
  • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
  • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
  • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
  • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
  • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
  • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
  • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
  • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
  • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
  • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
  • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
  • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
  • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
  • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
  • Part I: CONCEPTS OF CRIME, LAW, AND CRIMINOLOGY.
  • 1. Crime and Criminology.
  • 2. The Nature and Extent of Crime.
  • 3. Victims and Victimization.
  • Part II: THEORIES OF CRIME CAUSATION.
  • 4. Rational Choice Theory.?
  • 5. Trait Theories.
  • 6. Social Structure Theories.
  • 7. Social Process Theories: Socialization and Society.
  • 8. Social Conflict, Critical Criminology, and Restorative Justice.
  • 9. Developmental Theories: Life Course, Latent Trait, and Trajectory.
  • Part III: CRIME TYPOLOGIES.
  • 10. Interpersonal Violence.
  • 11. Political Crime and Terrorism.
  • 12. Property Crime.
  • 13. Enterprise Crime: White-Collar, Green-Collar, and Transnational Organized Crime.
  • 14. Public Order Crime: Sex and Substance Abuse.
  • 15. Crimes of the New Millennium: Cybercrime.
  • Product Description
  • The bestselling text on the market and now in its thirteenth edition, CRIMINOLOGY: THEORIES, PATTERNS, AND TYPOLOGIES, delivers the most comprehensive, in-depth analysis of criminological theory and crime typologies available -- showing you how criminology relates to criminal justice policy. Renowned for his unbiased presentation of theories, issues, and controversies, Dr. Siegel encourages you to weigh the evidence and form your own conclusions. The text includes cutting-edge seminal research, up-to-the-minute policy, hundreds of new references, and new material on the legalization of marijuana, ISIL and terrorism, mass shootings, cybercrime, green crime, and transnational crime. It also maximizes your study efforts through chapter objectives, end-of-chapter reviews, key concepts, concepts summary tables, and newsworthy examples that help you see how what you are learning applies in the real world, thereby equipping you with the tools you need to succeed.
    • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
    • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
    • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
    • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
    • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
    • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
    • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
    • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
    • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
    • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
    • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
    • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
    • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
    • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
    • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
    • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
    • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
    • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
    • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
    • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
    • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
    • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
    • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
    • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
    • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
    • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
    • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
    • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
    • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
    • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
    • Part I: CONCEPTS OF CRIME, LAW, AND CRIMINOLOGY.
    • 1. Crime and Criminology.
    • 2. The Nature and Extent of Crime.
    • 3. Victims and Victimization.
    • Part II: THEORIES OF CRIME CAUSATION.
    • 4. Rational Choice Theory.?
    • 5. Trait Theories.
    • 6. Social Structure Theories.
    • 7. Social Process Theories: Socialization and Society.
    • 8. Social Conflict, Critical Criminology, and Restorative Justice.
    • 9. Developmental Theories: Life Course, Latent Trait, and Trajectory.
    • Part III: CRIME TYPOLOGIES.
    • 10. Interpersonal Violence.
    • 11. Political Crime and Terrorism.
    • 12. Property Crime.
    • 13. Enterprise Crime: White-Collar, Green-Collar, and Transnational Organized Crime.
    • 14. Public Order Crime: Sex and Substance Abuse.
    • 15. Crimes of the New Millennium: Cybercrime.
  • Features
  • The bestselling text on the market and now in its thirteenth edition, CRIMINOLOGY: THEORIES, PATTERNS, AND TYPOLOGIES, delivers the most comprehensive, in-depth analysis of criminological theory and crime typologies available -- showing you how criminology relates to criminal justice policy. Renowned for his unbiased presentation of theories, issues, and controversies, Dr. Siegel encourages you to weigh the evidence and form your own conclusions. The text includes cutting-edge seminal research, up-to-the-minute policy, hundreds of new references, and new material on the legalization of marijuana, ISIL and terrorism, mass shootings, cybercrime, green crime, and transnational crime. It also maximizes your study efforts through chapter objectives, end-of-chapter reviews, key concepts, concepts summary tables, and newsworthy examples that help you see how what you are learning applies in the real world, thereby equipping you with the tools you need to succeed.
    • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
    • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
    • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
    • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
    • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
    • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
    • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
    • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
    • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
    • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
    • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
    • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
    • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
    • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
    • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
    • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
    • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
    • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
    • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
    • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
    • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
    • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
    • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
    • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
    • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
    • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
    • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
    • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
    • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
    • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
    • Part I: CONCEPTS OF CRIME, LAW, AND CRIMINOLOGY.
    • 1. Crime and Criminology.
    • 2. The Nature and Extent of Crime.
    • 3. Victims and Victimization.
    • Part II: THEORIES OF CRIME CAUSATION.
    • 4. Rational Choice Theory.?
    • 5. Trait Theories.
    • 6. Social Structure Theories.
    • 7. Social Process Theories: Socialization and Society.
    • 8. Social Conflict, Critical Criminology, and Restorative Justice.
    • 9. Developmental Theories: Life Course, Latent Trait, and Trajectory.
    • Part III: CRIME TYPOLOGIES.
    • 10. Interpersonal Violence.
    • 11. Political Crime and Terrorism.
    • 12. Property Crime.
    • 13. Enterprise Crime: White-Collar, Green-Collar, and Transnational Organized Crime.
    • 14. Public Order Crime: Sex and Substance Abuse.
    • 15. Crimes of the New Millennium: Cybercrime.
  • About the Author
  • The bestselling text on the market and now in its thirteenth edition, CRIMINOLOGY: THEORIES, PATTERNS, AND TYPOLOGIES, delivers the most comprehensive, in-depth analysis of criminological theory and crime typologies available -- showing you how criminology relates to criminal justice policy. Renowned for his unbiased presentation of theories, issues, and controversies, Dr. Siegel encourages you to weigh the evidence and form your own conclusions. The text includes cutting-edge seminal research, up-to-the-minute policy, hundreds of new references, and new material on the legalization of marijuana, ISIL and terrorism, mass shootings, cybercrime, green crime, and transnational crime. It also maximizes your study efforts through chapter objectives, end-of-chapter reviews, key concepts, concepts summary tables, and newsworthy examples that help you see how what you are learning applies in the real world, thereby equipping you with the tools you need to succeed.
    • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
    • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
    • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
    • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
    • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
    • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
    • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
    • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
    • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
    • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
    • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
    • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
    • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
    • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
    • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
    • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
    • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
    • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
    • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
    • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
    • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
    • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
    • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
    • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
    • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
    • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
    • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
    • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
    • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
    • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
    • Part I: CONCEPTS OF CRIME, LAW, AND CRIMINOLOGY.
    • 1. Crime and Criminology.
    • 2. The Nature and Extent of Crime.
    • 3. Victims and Victimization.
    • Part II: THEORIES OF CRIME CAUSATION.
    • 4. Rational Choice Theory.?
    • 5. Trait Theories.
    • 6. Social Structure Theories.
    • 7. Social Process Theories: Socialization and Society.
    • 8. Social Conflict, Critical Criminology, and Restorative Justice.
    • 9. Developmental Theories: Life Course, Latent Trait, and Trajectory.
    • Part III: CRIME TYPOLOGIES.
    • 10. Interpersonal Violence.
    • 11. Political Crime and Terrorism.
    • 12. Property Crime.
    • 13. Enterprise Crime: White-Collar, Green-Collar, and Transnational Organized Crime.
    • 14. Public Order Crime: Sex and Substance Abuse.
    • 15. Crimes of the New Millennium: Cybercrime.
  • Table of Contents
  • The bestselling text on the market and now in its thirteenth edition, CRIMINOLOGY: THEORIES, PATTERNS, AND TYPOLOGIES, delivers the most comprehensive, in-depth analysis of criminological theory and crime typologies available -- showing you how criminology relates to criminal justice policy. Renowned for his unbiased presentation of theories, issues, and controversies, Dr. Siegel encourages you to weigh the evidence and form your own conclusions. The text includes cutting-edge seminal research, up-to-the-minute policy, hundreds of new references, and new material on the legalization of marijuana, ISIL and terrorism, mass shootings, cybercrime, green crime, and transnational crime. It also maximizes your study efforts through chapter objectives, end-of-chapter reviews, key concepts, concepts summary tables, and newsworthy examples that help you see how what you are learning applies in the real world, thereby equipping you with the tools you need to succeed.
    • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
    • This edition focuses on many crime-related topics that have recently captured news headlines across the country. For example, a new section on mass shooters highlights recent research on crime typologies in the area of mass shootings. A new section on the issue of and policy implications surrounding legalizing marijuana reflects the fact that a number of states have legalized marijuana for personal use or for medical purposes. This new edition also includes the most recent crime trends, data, and criminological research in the field.
    • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
    • All crime data has been updated, and includes recent hate crime data and 2015 data showing that the number of murders in the U.S. has risen sharply. The latest data available from the National Center for Educational Statistics on victimization in schools is presented. Other new featured research focuses on how racial stereotypes affect criminal decision-making and shape offenders' decisions.
    • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
    • A new section is devoted to "Broken Windows" and how the concept of community disorder policing programs have been designed to reduce social disorder by concentrating on life style crimes such as panhandling, loitering, and vandalism.
    • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
    • Other new sections discuss victim personality, victim disability, gang membership's impact on victimization risk, criminals who target fellow criminals, lone actor terrorists, the U.S. Freedom Act and how the law changed when the Patriot Act ended in 2015, Internet extortion, overpayment fraud, and recovery/impersonation schemes.
    • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
    • New discussions cover violence and human nature, advocacy for the victims of intimate partner violence, drug market participants' use of firearms to commit crimes, active shooter incidents, and the latest on workplace violence. The section on stalking has been expanded in recognition of all fifty states and the federal government's stalking statutes covering a wide range of behavior.
    • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
    • New coverage offers insights into the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as well as the latest data on terrorism trends and casualties.
    • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
    • The new MindTap® for the text offers customizable content, course analytics, an e-reader, and an applied learning experience -- all within your current learning management system. MindTap® prepares students to make the kinds of reasoned, real-world decisions they will need to make as future professionals. With its rich array of assets -- all of which are tagged by learning objective and Bloom's Taxonomy level -- MindTap® is perfectly suited for today's Criminal Justice students, engaging them, guiding them toward mastery of basic concepts, and advancing their critical thinking abilities.
    • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
    • Throughout the text, boxed features titled Criminology in Action review critically important research topics in the field.
    • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
    • Profiles in Crime are designed to present to student's actual crimes that help illustrate the position or views discussed in the chapter.
    • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
    • Policy and Practice in Criminology boxes show how criminological ideas and research can be put into action.
    • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
    • Race, Culture, Gender, and Criminology boxes cover issues of racial, sexual, and cultural diversity.
    • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
    • Thinking Like a Criminologist: An Ethical Dilemma boxes present challenging questions or issues that students must answer or analyze by using their criminological knowledge. Practice in applying the information learned in the text will help students begin to "think like criminologists."
    • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
    • Connections are short inserts that help link the material to other areas covered in the book. Most Connections boxes have an Ask Yourself . . . that poses a scholarly question based on the material found at both sources.
    • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
    • Each chapter and each boxed feature within a chapter ends with Critical Thinking Questions that help students develop analytical thinking skills. A list of key terms also appears at the end of each chapter.
    • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
    • MindTap for Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies, 13th Edition has met the Quality Matters Review Standards and is Quality Matters Certified. For more information, visit qualitymatters.org.
    • Part I: CONCEPTS OF CRIME, LAW, AND CRIMINOLOGY.
    • 1. Crime and Criminology.
    • 2. The Nature and Extent of Crime.
    • 3. Victims and Victimization.
    • Part II: THEORIES OF CRIME CAUSATION.
    • 4. Rational Choice Theory.?
    • 5. Trait Theories.
    • 6. Social Structure Theories.
    • 7. Social Process Theories: Socialization and Society.
    • 8. Social Conflict, Critical Criminology, and Restorative Justice.
    • 9. Developmental Theories: Life Course, Latent Trait, and Trajectory.
    • Part III: CRIME TYPOLOGIES.
    • 10. Interpersonal Violence.
    • 11. Political Crime and Terrorism.
    • 12. Property Crime.
    • 13. Enterprise Crime: White-Collar, Green-Collar, and Transnational Organized Crime.
    • 14. Public Order Crime: Sex and Substance Abuse.
    • 15. Crimes of the New Millennium: Cybercrime.
 
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