- New To This Edition
- 1. What is criminological theory?
- 2. Definitions, terminology and the criminal process
- 3. Public conceptions and misconceptions of crime
- 4. The extent of crime: a comparison of official and unofficial calculations
- 5. Victims, survivors and victimology
- 6. Influences of physical factors and genetics on criminality
- 7. Influences of biochemical factors and of the central and autonomic nervous systems on criminality
- 8. Psychological theories of criminality
- 9. Mental disorder (psychopathology) and criminality
- 10. Intelligence and learning
- 11. The sociology of criminality
- 12. Anomie, strain and juvenile subculture
- 13. Control theories
- 14. Labelling, phenomenology and ethnomethodology
- 15. Critical criminology: conflict, radical and cultural criminologies
- 16. Criminology and realism
- 17. Positivist explanations of female criminality
- 18. Feminist theories
- 19. Terrorism and State violence
- 20. Governance, risk and globalisation theories
- Useful Websites
- Name Index
- Subject Index
(p. 142) 6. Influences of physical factors and genetics on criminality
- (p. 142) 6. Influences of physical factors and genetics on criminality
, Richard Young
, and Mandy Burton
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