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Fifty Years of Causes of Delinquency, Volume 25
The Criminology of Travis Hirschi
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James C. Oleson is Associate Professor of Criminology at the University of Auckland. He has a B.A. from St. Mary's College of California, an M.Phil. and a Ph.D. from Cambridge University, and a J.D. from UC Berkeley. After being selected as a 2004-2005 U.S. Supreme Court Fellow, he led the Criminal Law Policy Staff of the United States Courts until 2010. He is interested in psychological criminology, theory, risk assessment, sentencing, and penology. Barbara J. Costello (Ph.D., University of Arizona) is Professor of Sociology at the University of Rhode Island. Her research has focused on testing and extending control theories of crime and delinquency. Her recent research focuses on peer influence both toward and away from deviant behavior, with an emphasis on the mechanisms by which peers influence each other's behavior.
The Criminology of Travis Hirschi: Social Control and Beyond James C. Oleson Part I: Social Control Theory A Look Back 1. The Rise of Social Control Theory, Fall of Classic Strain Theory, and Reconciliation Between Social Control and General Strain Theories Robert Agnew 2. Linking Bond Theory to Drift Theory Alfonso Serrano-Maillo 3. Causes of Delinquency Revisited: Key Findings from the Fayetteville Replication Study Barbara J. Costello and Bradley J. Anderson Appendix: List of Indicators Used in Structural Models 4. Beyond the Footnore: A Return to the Girls in the Richmond Youth Project Stacey Nofziger 5. Social Control Theory and Human Nature Miyuki Fukushima Tedor and Trina L. Hope 6. The Status of Hirschi's Social Control Theory After 50 Years Kimberly Kempf-Leonard Part II: Looking Forward New Directions and Applications 7. A Theory of Commitment and Delinquency Francis T. Cullen, Heejin Lee, and Leah C. Butler 8. Infant Socialization and the Development of Self-Control: Filling in the Gap Alexander T. Vazsonyi and Magda Javakhishvili 9. A Matter of Control: Social Controls and the Gender Gap in Delinquency Constance Chapple and Julia McQuillan Appendix: Decomposition Analyses of the Gender Differences in Delinquency 10. Using a Wider Control Theory to Teach Criminology Marcus Felson 11. A Test of Hirschi's Redefined Control Theory in the Far East Mitsuaki Ueda and Hiroshi Tsutomi 12. Social Control As Social Exchange: Incorporating Power and Dependency Concepts Into a Social Control Model Theron Quist 13. The Rabbit and the Duck: The Evolution of Hirschi's Control Theory James C. Oleson List of Contributors Index