Criminal behavior and social systems contributions of American sociology by Anthony L. Guenther

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Includes bibliographical references.

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Statementedited by Anthony L. Guenther.
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LC ClassificationsHV6028 .G82
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Paginationxi, 561 p.
Number of Pages561
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Open LibraryOL5756306M
LC Control Number71114400

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Criminal behavior and social systems; contributions of American sociology, edited by Anthony L. Guenther. Format Book Published Chicago, Rand McNally [] Description xi, p.

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science of the behavior and mental processes of someone who commits crime. focuses on individual criminal behavior cognitions (psychological crim) attitudes, beliefs, values and thoughts that a person has about the social environment, human natures and themselves.

serious criminal offenders often have distorted cognitions, EX-nobody will be. Matthew Barnett Robinson is a Criminologist at Appalachian State University (ASU) in Boone, North Carolina.

After receiving his PhD from the Florida State University School of Criminology & Criminal Justice, he accepted a position as assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice at ASU inand is now a full mater: Florida State University.

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