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In this newly revised text, Lanier and Henry build upon their critical review of criminology, expanding their coverage of the multifaceted "Crime Prism," white-collar and corporate, new developments in biocriminology, cognitive theory, feminist criminology, and postmodernism. Importantly, they re-frame crime and its control in the context of global interconnectedness, expanded Internet communication and international terrorism since 9/11, and ask: what kind of criminology is needed for the 21st Century? The addition of illustrative comparative real-world examples and vital updates reflecting the latest studies and theoretical developments make this text a necessity for both undergraduate and graduate courses in criminology.
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Mark M. Lanier is Associate Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Central Florida. He holds an interdisciplinary doctoral degree from Michigan State University with (1993). He taught at Eastern Michigan University from 1994-95. He has published numerous articles in a variety of disciplinary journals including public health, criminal justice, criminology, law and psychology. His funded research is on youth and HIV/AIDS and community policing. He was awarded Distinguished Researcher of the Year from the College of Health and Public Affairs at the University of Central Florida in 1997. He co-authored (with Stuart Henry) Essential Criminology (1998; 2004) and co-edited (with Stuart Henry) What is Crime? (2001). Stuart Henry is Professor of Social Science and Chair of the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies in the College of Urban, Labor and Metropolitan Affairs at Wayne State University. Dr. Henry’s research focuses on issues of crime, deviance and social control. He has 21 books published, including Criminological Theory (with Werner Einstadter, 1995) and Constitutive Criminology (with Dragan Milovanovic, 1996). His most recent books include: What is Crime? (with Mark Lanier, 2001) and Essential Criminology 2nd edition (with Mark Lanier, 2004). He serves on the editorial boards of Theoretical Criminology and Critical Criminology. He is also member of the Board of Directors of the Association of Integrative Studies.
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