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Crime, Paul A. Winters, book editor

Label
Crime
Title
Crime
Statement of responsibility
Paul A. Winters, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
364/.0973
Index
index present
LC call number
HV6789
LC item number
.C6813 1998
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Current controversies
Label
Crime, Paul A. Winters, book editor
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Reprints of articles and excerpts from books
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Contents (cont.): Community policing strategies do little prevent crime / Richard Moran -- How can juvenile crime be prevented? Preventing juvenile crime: an overview / Jean Hellwege -- Tough punishments are necessary to prevent juvenile crime / Woody West -- Both prevention programs and punishment are needed to control juvenile crime / James Alan Fox -- Violence prevention programs can stop juvenile crime / Mark H. Moore -- Harsh punishments for juveniles are not justified / Franklin E. Zimring -- Prevention efforts should be aimed at adult violence / Michael A. Males
  • Contents (cont.): Crime is decreasing / Patrick McCormick -- The increasing fear of crime is unwarranted / Rosellen Brown -- Can stronger criminal justice measures prevent crime? -- Yes, tougher criminal justice measures can prevent crime. Tougher laws can prevent crime / William J. Bennett -- Imprisoning more criminals can prevent crime / Steven D. Levitt -- "Three strikes" laws can prevent crime / Edwin Meese III -- Community policing strategies can prevent crime / Richard Cohen -- No, tougher criminal justice measures will not prevent crime. Tougher laws will not prevent crime / Malcolm C. Young and Marc Mauer -- Rehabilitating criminals can prevent crime / Charles W. Colson -- "Three strikes" laws will not prevent crime / Ethan Fletcher and Nick Turner
  • Contents: What causes crime? Social factors cause crime / Ed Rubenstein -- Economic factors cause crime / New Unionist -- Social decay invites crime / George L. Kelling and Catherine M. Coles -- Genetic factors may cause criminal behavior / Chi Chi Sileo -- A lack of morals causes criminal behavior / Robert James Bidinotto -- A lack of religion does not cause crime / Lisa Conyers and Philip D. Harvey -- Is crime increasing? Yes, crime is increasing. Crime is increasing / Adam Walinsky -- Violent crime is increasing / Michael Hedges -- The increasing fear of crime is justified / Terry Golway -- No, crime is not increasing. Violent crime is not increasing / Richard Moran -- The extent of crime has been exaggerated by the media / John Stossel
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
144 p.
Isbn
9781565106871
Isbn Type
(lib. : alk. paper)
Lccn
97027793
System control number
ocm37322543
Label
Crime, Paul A. Winters, book editor
Publication
Note
Reprints of articles and excerpts from books
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Contents (cont.): Community policing strategies do little prevent crime / Richard Moran -- How can juvenile crime be prevented? Preventing juvenile crime: an overview / Jean Hellwege -- Tough punishments are necessary to prevent juvenile crime / Woody West -- Both prevention programs and punishment are needed to control juvenile crime / James Alan Fox -- Violence prevention programs can stop juvenile crime / Mark H. Moore -- Harsh punishments for juveniles are not justified / Franklin E. Zimring -- Prevention efforts should be aimed at adult violence / Michael A. Males
  • Contents (cont.): Crime is decreasing / Patrick McCormick -- The increasing fear of crime is unwarranted / Rosellen Brown -- Can stronger criminal justice measures prevent crime? -- Yes, tougher criminal justice measures can prevent crime. Tougher laws can prevent crime / William J. Bennett -- Imprisoning more criminals can prevent crime / Steven D. Levitt -- "Three strikes" laws can prevent crime / Edwin Meese III -- Community policing strategies can prevent crime / Richard Cohen -- No, tougher criminal justice measures will not prevent crime. Tougher laws will not prevent crime / Malcolm C. Young and Marc Mauer -- Rehabilitating criminals can prevent crime / Charles W. Colson -- "Three strikes" laws will not prevent crime / Ethan Fletcher and Nick Turner
  • Contents: What causes crime? Social factors cause crime / Ed Rubenstein -- Economic factors cause crime / New Unionist -- Social decay invites crime / George L. Kelling and Catherine M. Coles -- Genetic factors may cause criminal behavior / Chi Chi Sileo -- A lack of morals causes criminal behavior / Robert James Bidinotto -- A lack of religion does not cause crime / Lisa Conyers and Philip D. Harvey -- Is crime increasing? Yes, crime is increasing. Crime is increasing / Adam Walinsky -- Violent crime is increasing / Michael Hedges -- The increasing fear of crime is justified / Terry Golway -- No, crime is not increasing. Violent crime is not increasing / Richard Moran -- The extent of crime has been exaggerated by the media / John Stossel
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
144 p.
Isbn
9781565106871
Isbn Type
(lib. : alk. paper)
Lccn
97027793
System control number
ocm37322543

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