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SOC 2510 Criminology


Chambliss, William J. 1964. A sociological analysis of the Law of Vagrancy, in Social Problems, vol. 12, no.1 pp.67-77.

Stark, Rodney.  1987.  Deviant places: a theory of the ecology of crime, in Criminology vol. 25, issue 4, pages 893-910.

Silverman, Robert A.and Leslie W. Kennedy. 1996. The Battered wife defence, Chapter 4 in Crime in Canadian Society, compiled by Robert A. Silverman, James J. Teevan and Vincent F. Sacco. Law Library, Main floor, call no. HV 6807 C76 2000 Law Library, Main floor, call no. HV 6807 C76 1996 Dafoe, second floor, call no. HV 6807 C74 1991??????

Anderson, Elijah.   The code of the streets.  Deviance classic contemporary The Atlantic, special reports, cover story.  May 1994.

Reiman, Jeffrey. 1999. The Rich get richer and the poor get prison: ideology, class and criminal justice.  New York, Wiley.  Elizabeth Dafoe Library, Reserve. SOC 2510 O76 (4 copies) Elizabeth Dafoe Library, second floor, call no. HV 9471 R44 1984 Law Library, Main floor, call  no. HV 9471 R44

Chambliss, William J. 1973. The Saints and the roughnecks in Society vol. 11 no. 1 p. 24-31.

Hersh, Seymour M.  1994.  The Wild East, in Atlantic Montly, June 1994.