Criminal scientists center their investigative energies on the individual offender, cognizant that this individual is part of a wider system of interacting physical, social, and psychological influences. Presented in two volumes, this tome explores the complex interplay of variables that give rise to criminal outcomes. Building on knowledge reviewed in the first volume, Volume 2 addresses the issue of knowledge utilization. Assessment, prediction, classification, intervention, prevention, and several other categories of application science are featured.Toughlove: A self-help manual for parents. Doylestown, PA: Toughlove International. Young, Arthur aamp; Company. (1978). Second year report for the Cabhni-Green High Impact Program. Chicago: City Department of Development and Planning.
|Title||:||Foundations of Criminal Science: The use of knowledge|
|Author||:||Glenn D. Walters|
|Publisher||:||Greenwood Publishing Group - 1992-01-01|