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Theoretically Speaking: A Look Into Crime
The Theoretically Speaking: A Look into Crime Anthology captures some of the most relevant theories discussed in Criminology. This book covers important theories such as the strain theories, control theories, differential association theory, social learning theory and more! This book is a precise look into the many theories associated with crime. The...
The Theoretically Speaking: A Look into Crime Anthology captures some of the most relevant theories discussed in Criminology. This book covers important theories such as the strain theories, control theories, differential association theory, social learning theory and more! This book is a precise look into the many theories associated with crime. The articles are nicely presented with a few questions at the end of each to help evaluate your reading and learning. Adding to the uniqueness of this book would be the well known authors in the field such as Cesare Lombroso, Emile Durkheim, Donald Cressey and Edwin Sutherland. Although there have been numerous books written on Criminological theories, this one compiles works from a variety of authors to present you, the reader with some valuable information and insight while keeping the page limit to a reasonable amount. This makes Theoretically Speaking: A Look into Crime an asset as a textbook for any Criminology, Advanced Criminology as well as any theory-based course. This is also an excellent supplement to highlight and expand on your current textbook's chapters. "I have known Bethany Teeter to be an excellent professor for many years. Her ethical morals and intellect in the classroom are sought after by many. Her students come into my classroom after having her as a professor, and I must raise the bar to match her. I highly recommend Bethany Teeter and her work." Jim Caffey, Adjunct Professor of Physics and Astronomy, Drury University in Springfield, MO. Bethany Teeter (formerly Miller) went to College of the Ozarks and earned her Bachelor of Arts degrees in Criminology and Psychology. She earned a Masters in Criminal Justice Administration in 1998 from Oklahoma City University and was hired after graduation. In 2008, Professor Teeter earned her Masters in Adult Education from Park University. Professor Teeter has gone on to teach courses in Sociology, Criminal Justice and all areas of Criminology. Classes range from seated, interactive television (ITV) and online courses. Professor Teeter has had the privilege of working for several universities including Missouri State University, Drury University and Park University.
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