The Different Types of Criminological Thought

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Running head: LITERATURE REVIEWLiterature ReviewName of the Student:Name of the University:Author Name:
1LITERATURE REVIEWContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................2Literature Review............................................................................................................................2Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................5Reference.........................................................................................................................................6
2LITERATURE REVIEWIntroductionThe different types of criminological thought will be premised upon moral, theologicaland cultural beliefs and other multi disciplinary and scientific investigations. The long termconsequences of crime and deviances will be recognized institutionally and this will help in theutilization of research methods and theories These rapid institutionalization of criminology is aself contained discipline and this it has profound consequences on different subjects. These paperwill analyze the literature review of criminology and public policy from the previous annotatedbibliography that is carried out in assignment 1.Literature ReviewAccording to Steinberg, Cauffman & Monahan (2015) the involvement in criminologyand delinquency is generally high among the adolescence. It has been found that only a smallproportion of the youth are involved in anti-social behavior and it is also vital to understand whythe juvenile offenders try to desist from different kinds of antisocial activities. The psychologistshas also proposed different models of psychosocial maturity and this are discussed in the paperwith special attention to only three aspects of psychosocial maturity. Moreover, the researcherhas also mapped the different criminological theories of antisocial behavior and this has beenuseful in explaining why the adolescents people are more engaged in antisocial behavior.Porter (2015) has stated that it is important to analyze the profiteering and the spendingthat is funded by the private as well as the government businesses. This is more important thanimparting education to children. The administrators and the lawmakers must try to practice thedifferent disciplinary actions and this will help them to keep the students attracted in educational
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