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Crime and Criminality: Social, Psychological, and Neurobiological Explanations

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This informative and entertaining book, peppered with personal anecdotes, and rich in case studies, adopts an eclectic approach to studying the causes of crime. Rather than rely on one theoretical position, Boyanowsky opts to borrow from a variety of theories to arrive at the most effective answer. As a result, even seasoned veterans will learn from this book.

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Paperback, 336 pages
Published January 17th 2020 by University of Toronto Press
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Kristine
Feb 18, 2020 rated it did not like it
Crime and Criminality by Ehor Boyanowsky is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late December.

A lengthy textbook, maybe meant for high school junior, senior, or college intro classes, since the most basic and vernacular of terms are being defined alongside complicated ones. It's touches on a multitude of crimes seemingly at random, skating over their causes/criminology, but, erm, how do I put this; it’s assembled quite loosely and going for quantity over quality by outlining crimes that’ve
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I found this book to be fascinating. I found it interesting how the author provides a lot of case studies and examples for his research. It was a very nice read!
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