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  • ประเภท : อีบุ๊ก
  • สำนักพิมพ์ : CHIANG MAI UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Author : Alexandre Chitov
  • ISBN :9786163986931
  • ภาษา : english
  • จำนวนหน้า : 440
  • ขนาดไฟล์ : 11.21 MB
On behalf of Chiang Mai University Press’ editorial team, I would like to thank for your interest this book, Criminology in Criminal Justice by Alexandre Chitov. In my opinion, the book comes out in the right time. In the past few years, the global communities have experienced a change in the way in which “justice” is de ned. Mainly, this comes from social and cultural divides which have affected legal practices in many countries. While providing an explanation on foundational concepts and the way in which each concept derive from, the author utilizes case studies from many places which help us understand these foundational ideas in criminology in a more critical way. I hope that the endeavor in the book would bene t not only law students but also other lay people who are interested in criminology.
CONTENT
FORWORD I
INTRODUCTION: CRIMINOLOGY AND COMPARATIVE LAW
Criminology and Criminal Justice 2
The Connection between Criminology and Criminal Law 3
Criminology and Comparative Law 5
The Limitations and Novelty of the Book 10
The Scope and the Content of the Book 12
References 14
PART I. THEORETICAL CRIMINOLOGY
CHAPTER I : REDISCOVERY OF THE METHOD OF CLASSICALCRIMINOLOGY
1. Introduction 20
2. The Object and a Motive of a Criminological Study 23
3. From Objectivity to Subjectivity of Crime 27
4. A Method of Classical Criminology 31
5. Qualitative and Quantitative Research in Classical Criminology 34
6. The Nature of the Classical Method 37
7. Limitations of a Criminological Method: Example of the Gluecks 37
8. Research, Surveillance, and Ethics 40
9. Classical Criminology and Evaluation of Rehabilitative Policy 43
10. Conclusion 46
References 48
CHAPTER II : CLASSICAL CRIMINOLOGY
1. Introduction 52
2. The Ideas of Cesare Beccaria 54
3. The Ideas of Jeremy Bentham 58
4. Rational Choice 61
5. The Routine Activity Theory 63
6. The Value of Morality and the Theory of Criminal Law 65
7. Conclusion 67
References 69