"First published 1973 by Routledge, reprinted with new introduction in 2013."
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -333) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Classical criminology and the positivist revolution 2. The appeal of positivism 3. Durkheim and the break with 'analytical individualism' 4. The early sociologies of crime 5. Social reaction, deviant commitment and career 6. American naturalism and phenomenology 7. Marx, Engels and Bonger on crime and social control 8. The new conflict theorists 9. Conclusion.