This classic text, now revised and updated, presents objective and thorough accounts of the many types of criminology theories in a clear and readable fashion.
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The late George B. Vold was a Professor at the University of Minnesota from 1937 until his retirement in 1964. Vold, a renowned scholar, is the author of Prediction Methods and Parole (1931), Survey of Police Training (1937), and Man and Society (1937).
Thomas J. Bernard is Professor of Criminal Justice and Sociology at Pennsylvania State University. He is the author of The Consensus-Conflict Debate (1983) and The Cycle of Juvenile Justice (1992).
Jeffrey B. Snipes is Assistant Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Florida State University. His articles have appeared in Criminology, Crime and Justice, Law and Society Review, Social Forces, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, and American Journal of Criminal Justice.
"Vold and Bernard have combined to provide a thorough presentation of the major theories that have inspired criminologists to explain criminal behavior. Vold's initial effort set a firm foundation on which Bernard has fine tuned and modernizxed the material for today's reader."-Anthony W. Zumpetta, West Chester University
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