Peer-reviewed article that tests or expands a criminological theory
Students are expected to identify a recent (within 5-7 years) peer-reviewed article that tests or expands a criminological theory we have recently discussed (e.g., Marxist criminology, conflict theory, left-realism, convict criminology, green criminology, feminist criminology, differential association, social learning/differential reinforcement, theory of violentization, seduction of crime, neutralization theory, labeling theory, social disorganization, collective efficacy, concentric circles, Miller’s focal concerns, Anderson’s Code of the Street, strain, differential opportunity theory, general strain theory, institutional anomie theory, rational choice, routine activity, biosocial crim., etc.). Make sure your theory is different from this 3 articles.
Conservation, wildlife crime, and tough-on-crime policies: Lessons from the criminological literature. Article by Lauren Wilson and Rachel Boratto.
Whether or not drug abuse is identified as an ethical, criminal justice, or medical problem, there is a need to implement policies and regulations that will ensure the problem is ratified.
Neutralization Theory Harris, L. C. (2020). Breaking lockdown during lockdown: A neutralization theory evaluation of misbehavior during the Covid 19 pandemic. Deviant Behavior, 1-15.