Analyzing Crime & Social Control (Sociology Reference Guide) by The Editors of Salem Press

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Dunlap, E. (2007). The race/ethnicity disparity in misdemeanor marijuana arrests in New York City, 1989-2000. Criminology & Public Policy, 6(1), 131-164. direct=true&db=aph&AN=243124 22&site=ehost-live Goode, E. (1994). Round up the usual suspects: Crime, deviance, and the limits of constructionism. American Sociologist, 25(4), 90-104. direct=true&db=aph&AN=9506270315&site=ehost-live Gottschalk, M. (2007). Dollars, sense, and penal reform: Social movements and the future of the carceral state.

Lifelong lessons such as self-restraint, punctuality, and adherence to rules (Macionis, 2001) are fundamentally inculcated into the pupil’s code of ethics through the structured and meticulous sets of standards, schedules, protocol, and expectations found within public school systems. Moreover, a plethora of data suggests that increased involvement eliminates the likelihood that children and adolescents will entangle themselves within the trenches of indolence and/or delinquency (Landers & Landers, 1978; Roberts, 2005).

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