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CRIMINOLOGY

Freda Adler/William S. Laufer/

Gerhard O. W. Mueller

Criminology, 7/e

ISBN: 9780073401584 / 2010

Criminology is known for its lucid style, studentoriented

approach, and interdisciplinary perspective.

This text discusses criminological problems,

their origins, and possible solutions in a clear,

practical, straightforward fashion. Students develop

a thorough understanding of today’s issues in criminology

and are prepared to address and resolve

the issues of tomorrow. The new seventh edition

features coverage of new white-collar and corporate

crimes related to the current economic downturn.

New research and statistical information include

coverage of neuro-criminology, evidence-based

criminology, and much more. Online Learning

Center at www.mhhe.com/adlercrim7e.

CRIMINOLOGICAL THEORY

Heith Copes/Volkan Topalli

Criminological Theory:

Readings and Retrospectives, 1/e

ISBN: 9780073380018 / 2010

Criminological Theory: Readings and Retrospectives

offers a comprehensive collection of classical

theoretical pieces in criminology combined with

original Contemporary Retrospective essays on

each theory. The Contemporary Retrospective essays

were written exclusively for this book by some

of the best established and up-and-coming criminologists

today. This combination of classic articles

and contemporary essays provides the reader

with a solid foundation for understanding classic

criminological theories while providing insight on

how they have evolved over time. Online Learning

Center at www.mhhe.com/copes1e.

CYBERCRIME

George E. Higgins

Cybercrime: An Introduction to

an Emerging Phenomenon, 1/e

ISBN: 9780073401553 / 2010

Cybercrime: An Introduction to an Emerging Phenomenon

covers current issues such as information

assurance, federal and state laws, cyberharassment,

cyberporn, cyberfraud, and intellectual property

and privacy as well as future issues such as

globalization and international policing and laws.

This text provides students and scholars easy access

to current peer reviewed works that examine the

current and future issues of cybercrime and outline

the historical and technical roots of the Internet

and cybercrime. George E. Higgins won the William

L. Simon/Anderson Publishing Outstanding

Paper Award at the 2006 Academy of Criminal Justice

Sciences (ACJS) meeting, is a current member

of the ACJS Affirmative Action committee, and

authored several articles on cybercrime. Online

Learning Center at www.mhhe.com/higgins1e.

INTRODUCTION TO

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

James A. Inciardi

Criminal Justice, 9/e

ISBN: 9780073527963 / 2010

An internationally recognized scholar and author,

James A. Inciardi presents a solid overview of the

structure, processes, and problems of the criminal

justice system in the United States. Inciardi brings

his significant field and research experience to bear

on the revision of this successful textbook; his research

background, his privileged access to national

data, and his story-telling style of writing guarantee

a unique perspective to criminal justice. The ninth

edition includes many new “Famous Criminals”

sections, added coverage on media and criminal

justice, and updated exhibits that showcase

research, historical perspectives, current events, and

the viewpoints of victims in the criminal justice

system. Online Learning Center at www.mhhe.

com/inciardi9e.

SPECIAL TOPICS

Robert L. Bing

Race, Crime and

the Media, 1/e

ISBN: 9780073401560 / 2010

Race, Crime and the Media encourages students to

think critically about the realities of the criminal

justice system, the media and race. Through a

collection of original readings that address the


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subject in a way that is balanced and provocative,

students will become aware about the power and

influence of the media and the role it plays in the

characterization of crimes committed against racial

minorities. This book represents an effort to draw

attention to the intersection of race, crime and the

media, by raising questions about the influence of

the media on how we think. Instructor Website at

www.mhhe.com/bing1e.

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