The birth of criminology : readings from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries /

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Other Authors: DiCristina, Bruce
Format: Book
Published: New York : Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, c2012
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Table of Contents:
  • The birth of criminology
  • PART ONE : THE EMERGENCE OF THE CLASSICAL SCHOOL: 'A system of moral philosophy' / Francis Hutcheson
  • 'The spirit of laws' / Montesquieu
  • 'An essay on crimes and punishments' / Cesare Beccaria
  • 'An introduction to the principles of morals and legislation' / Jeremy Bentham
  • PART TWO : PHYSIOGNOMY, PHRENOLOGY, AND THE ITALIAN SCHOOL: 'Essays on physiognomy' / Johann Caspar Lavater
  • 'On the functions of the brain and of each of its parts', Volume IV : Organology / Franz Joseph Gall
  • "Criminal anthropology : its origin and application" / Cesare Lombroso
  • 'The positive school of criminology' : three lectures : lecture II / Enrico Ferri
  • 'Criminology, the natural crime' / Raffaele Garofalo
  • PART THREE : MORAL STATISTICS AND THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL: 'A treatise on man and the development of his faculties' / Adolphe Quetelet
  • 'Essay on the moral statistics of France' / André-Michel Guerry
  • 'Penal philosophy' / Gabriel Tarde
  • 'The rules of sociological method' / Émile Durkheim
  • PART FOUR : THE ROOTS OF CRITICAL CRIMINOLOGY: 'Capital : a critique of political economy', volume I / Karl Marx
  • 'The condition of the working class in England in 1844' / Frederick Engels
  • 'Law and authority : an anarchist essay' / Peter Kropotkin
  • 'Society in America', volume I / Harriet Martineau
  • 'The Philadelphia Negro : a social study' / W. E. B. Du Bois