Bonger, Willem: Capitalism and Crime

Amy Stichman

In: Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory

Bonger, Willem: Capitalism and Crime

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  • In the early 20th century, scholars examining the causes of crime tended to see the roots of criminal behavior as products of people's free will or of other causes lying within the individual. Willem Bonger, a Dutch ...

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    • Aschaffenburg, Gustav: German Criminology
    • Aichhorn, August: Wayward Youth
    • Alcohol and Violence
    • Andrews, D. A., and James Bonta: A Personal, Interpersonal, and Community-Reinforcement (PIC-R) Perspective on Criminal Conduct
    • Burgess, Robert L., and Ronald L. Akers: Differential Association-Reinforcement Theory
    • Akers, Ronald L.: Social Learning Theory
    • Agnew, Robert: General Strain Theory
    • Briar, Scott, and Irving Piliavin: Delinquency, Commitment, and Stake in Conformity
    • Athens, Lonnie: Interaction and Violence
    • Becker, Gary S.: Punishment, Human Capital, and Crime
    • Abolitionism
    • Adler, Freda: Sisters in Crime
    • Brantingham, Patricia L., and Paul J. Brantingham: Environmental Criminology
    • Blau, Judith R., and Peter M. Blau: Inequality and Crime
    • Catalano, Richard F., and J. David Hawkins: Social Development Model
    • Anomie and White-Collar Crime
    • Agnew, Robert: Integrated Theory
    • Bourgois, Philippe: In Search of Respect
    • Colvin, Mark: Social Sources of the New Mexico Prison Riot
    • Altruistic Fear
    • Beccaria, Cesare: Classical School
    • Bentham, Jeremy: Classical School
    • Chiricos, Ted: Racial Threat and Fear
    • DiIulio, John J., Jr.: Prison Management and Prison Order
    • Gangs and the Underclass
    • Bernard, Thomas J., and Jeffrey B. Snipes: Variable-Centered Approach
    • Benson, Michael L.: The Collateral Consequences of White-Collar Offending
    • Criminal Career Paradigm
    • Bursik, Robert J., Jr., and Harold C. Grasmick: Levels of Control
    • Clarke, Ronald V.: Situational Crime Prevention
    • Alarid, Leanne Fiftal, and Velmer S. Burton, Jr.: Gender and Serious Offending
    • Anarchist Criminology
    • Braithwaite, John: Reintegrative Shaming Theory
    • Becker, Howard S.: Labeling and Deviant Careers
    • Gottfredson, Michael R., and Travis Hirschi: Self-Control Theory
    • Cloward, Richard A.: The Theory of Illegitimate Means
    • Anderson, Elijah: Code of the Street
    • De Fleur, Melvin L., and Richard Quinney: A Reformulation of Sutherland's Differential Association Theory
    • Bandura, Albert: Social Learning Theory
    • Brain Abnormalities and Crime
    • Alexander, Franz, and William Healy: Roots of Crime
    • Ferri, Enrico: Positivist School
    • Garofalo, Raffaele: Positivist School
    • Dugdale, Richard L.: The Jukes
    • Ellis, Lee: Evolutionary Neuroandrogenic Theory
    • Cognitive Theories of Crime
    • Kobrin, Solomon: Neighborhoods and Crime
    • Bennett, William J., John J. DiIulio, Jr., and John P. Walters: Moral Poverty Theory
    • Cloward, Richard A., and Lloyd E. Ohlin: Delinquency and Opportunity
    • Hagan, John: Power-Control Theory
    • Chambliss, William J.: The Saints and the Roughnecks
    • Gendreau, Paul, D. A. Andrews, and James Bonta: The Theory of Effective Correctional Intervention
    • Bonger, Willem: Capitalism and Crime
    • Bartusch, Dawn Jeglum, and Ross L. Matsueda: Gender and Reflected Appraisals
    • Cohen, Lawrence E., and Marcus K. Felson: Routine Activity Theory
    • Inequality and Crime
    • Farrington, David P.: The Integrated Cognitive Antisocial Potential Theory
    • Capitalism and White-Collar Crime
    • Chamlin, Mitchell B., and John K. Cochran: Social Altruism and Crime
    • Horowitz, Ruth, and Gary Schwartz: Honor and Gang Delinquency
    • Giallombardo, Rose: Women in Prison
    • Collective Security/Fear and Loathing
    • Annotated Further Readings: The Classical School of Criminology
    • Ferraro, Kenneth F.: Risk Interpretation Model
    • Goffman, Erving: Asylums
    • Jankowski, Martin Sanchez: Islands in the Street
    • Colvin, Mark, Francis T. Cullen, and Thomas Vander Ven: Coercion, Social Support, and Crime
    • Clinard, Marshall B.: The Black Market
    • Giordano, Peggy C., and Stephen A. Cernkovich: Cognitive Transformation and Desistance
    • Krivo, Lauren J., and Ruth D. Peterson: Extreme Disadvantage and Crime
    • Cook, Philip J.: Supply and Demand of Criminal Opportunities
    • Bottcher, Jean: Social Practices of Gender
    • Chambliss, William J.: Power, Conflict, and Crime
    • General Deterrence Theory
    • Cohen, Albert K.: Deviance and Control
    • Hirschi, Travis: Social Control Theory
    • Cohen, Albert K.: Delinquent Boys
    • Matza, David, and Gresham M. Sykes: Subterranean Values and Delinquency
    • Kornhauser, Ruth Rosner: Social Sources of Delinquency
    • Dodge, Kenneth A.: Aggression and a Hostile Attribution Style
    • Environmental Toxins Theory
    • Eugenics and Crime: Early American Positivism
    • Goring, Charles: The English Convict
    • Kretschmer, Ernst: Physique and Character
    • Goddard, Henry H.: Feeblemindedness and Delinquency
    • Eysenck, Hans J.: Crime and Personality
    • Freudian Theory
    • Sampson, Robert J.: Collective Efficacy Theory
    • Miller, Walter B.: Lower-Class Culture Theory of Delinquency
    • Durkheim, Émile: Anomie and Suicide
    • Matza, David: Delinquency and Drift
    • Erikson, Kai T.: Wayward Puritans
    • Gibbs, Jack P.: Deterrence Theory
    • Colvin, Mark: Coercion Theory
    • Broidy, Lisa M., and Robert Agnew: A General Strain Theory of Gender and Crime
    • Cornish, Derek B., and Ronald V. Clarke: Rational Choice Theory
    • Negotiated Coexistence
    • Le Blanc, Marc: An Integrated Personal Control Theory of Deviant Behavior
    • Cressey, Donald R.: Embezzlement and White-Collar Crime
    • Cullen, Francis T.: Social Support and Crime
    • Klein, Malcolm W., and Cheryl L. Maxson: Street Gang Structure and Organization
    • Irwin, John, and Donald R. Cressey: Importation Theory
    • Fisher, Bonnie S., and Jack L. Nasar: Fear Spots
    • Lewis, Dan A., and Greta W. Salem: Incivilities and Fear
    • Kruttschnitt, Candace, and Rosemary Gartner: Women and Imprisonment
    • Maxson, Cheryl L.: Gang Migration Theorizing
    • Drennon-Gala, Don: Social Support and Delinquency
    • Croall, Hazel: Individual Differences and White-Collar Crime
    • Life-Course Interdependence
    • Racial Threat and Social Control
    • Crime Hot Spots
    • Campbell, Anne: Girls in the Gang
    • Colvin, Mark, and John Pauly: A Structural Marxist Theory of Delinquency
    • Incarceration and Recidivism
    • Grounded Theory
    • Nye, F. Ivan: Family Controls and Delinquency
    • Hagan, John, and Bill McCarthy: Mean Streets and Delinquency
    • Peers and Delinquency
    • Shaw, Clifford R.: The Jack-Roller
    • Glueck, Sheldon, and Eleanor Glueck: The Origins of Crime
    • Fishbein, Diana H.: Biosocial Theory
    • Hooton, Earnest A.: The American Criminal
    • Lombroso, Cesare: The Criminal Man
    • Phrenology
    • Insanity and Crime: Early American Positivism
    • Harris, Judith Rich: Why Parents Do Not Matter
    • Hare, Robert D.: Psychopathy and Crime
    • Shaw, Clifford R., and Henry D. McKay: Social Disorganization Theory
    • Sellin, Thorsten: Culture Conflict and Crime
    • Merton, Robert K.: Social Structure and Anomie
    • Reckless, Walter C.: Containment Theory
    • Heimer, Karen, and Ross L. Matsueda: A Theory of Differential Social Control
    • McCarthy, Bill, and John Hagan: Danger and Deterrence
    • Convict Criminology
    • Chesney-Lind, Meda: Feminist Model of Female Delinquency
    • Decker, Scott H., and Richard T. Wright: Decisions of Street Offenders
    • Sampson, Robert J., and William Julius Wilson: Contextualized Subculture
    • Loeber, Rolf, and Magda Stouthamer-Loeber: Pathways to Crime
    • Geis, Gilbert: Perspectives on White-Collar Crime Scandals
    • Elliott, Delbert S., Suzanne S. Ageton, and Rachelle J. Canter: Integrated Perspective on Delinquency
    • Short, James F., Jr.: Gangs and Group Processes
    • McCorkel, Jill: Gender and Embodied Surveillance
    • Perceptually Contemporaneous Offenses
    • Skogan, Wesley G., and Michael G. Maxfield: Coping With Crime
    • Prison Insurgency Theory
    • Vigil, James Diego: Multiple Marginality Theory
    • England, Ralph W.: A Theory of Middle-Class Delinquency
    • Green, Stuart P.: Moral Theory of White-Collar Crime
    • Maruna, Shadd: Redemption Scripts and Desistance
    • Skogan, Wesley G.: Disorder and Decline
    • Eck, John E.: Places and the Crime Triangle
    • Costello, Barbara J., and Helen J. Mederer: A Control Theory of Gender and Crime
    • Cultural Criminology
    • Nagin, Daniel S., and Raymond Paternoster: Individual Differences and Deterrence
    • Katz, Jack: Seductions of Crime
    • Reiss, Albert J., Jr.: Personal and Social Controls and Delinquency
    • Messner, Steven F., and Richard Rosenfeld: Institutional-Anomie Theory
    • Southern Subculture of Violence Theory
    • Spergel, Irving: Neighborhoods and Delinquent Subcultures
    • Kohlberg, Lawrence: Moral Development Theory
    • Herrnstein, Richard J., and Charles Murray: Crime and the Bell Curve
    • Parmelee, Maurice
    • Quetelet, Adolphe: Explaining Crime Through Statistical and Cartographic Techniques
    • Annotated Further Readings: The Positivist School of Criminology
    • Sheldon, William H.: Somatotypes and Delinquency
    • Mednick, Sarnoff A.: Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) Theory
    • Lahey, Benjamin B., and Irwin D. Waldman: Developmental Propensity Model
    • Steffensmeier, Darrell J., and Jeffery T. Ulmer: The Professional Fence
    • Wolfgang, Marvin E., and Franco Ferracuti: Subculture of Violence Theory
    • Parsons, Talcott: Aggression in the Western World
    • Sykes, Gresham M., and David Matza: Techniques of Neutralization
    • Lafree, Gary D., and Christopher Birkbeck: Situational Analysis of Crime
    • Perceptual Deterrence
    • Currie, Elliott: The Market Society and Crime
    • Daly, Kathleen: Women's Pathways to Felony Court
    • Economic Theory and Crime
    • Systemic Model of Social Disorganization
    • Moffitt, Terrie E.: A Developmental Model of Life-Course-Persistent Offending
    • Individual Differences and White-Collar Crime
    • Felson, Richard B., and James T. Tedeschi: Social Interactionist Theory of Violence
    • Annotated Further Readings: Contemporary Gang Theories
    • Sykes, Gresham M.: Deprivation Theory
    • Stanko, Elizabeth A.: Gender, Fear, and Risk
    • Annotated Further Readings: Theories of Fear and Concern About Crime
    • Toch, Hans: Coping in Prison
    • Hagan, John, and Bill McCarthy: Social Capital and Crime
    • Integrated Theories of White-Collar Crime
    • Philadelphia Birth Cohorts, The
    • Wilson, James Q., and George L. Kelling: Broken Windows Theory
    • Felson, Marcus K.: Crime and Everyday Life
    • Freud, Sigmund: The Deviant Woman
    • Gordon, David M.: Political Economy and Crime
    • Pogarsky, Greg, and Alex R. Piquero: The Resetting Effect
    • Lemert, Edwin M.: Primary and Secondary Deviance
    • Tittle, Charles R., David A. Ward, and Harold G. Grasmick: The Capacity and Desire for Self-Control
    • Stinchcombe, Arthur L.: Rebellion in a High School
    • Annotated Further Readings: Cultural and Learning Theories of Crime
    • Sutherland, Edwin H.: Differential Association Theory and Differential Social Organization
    • Media Violence Effects
    • Neurology and Crime
    • Annotated Further Readings: Early American Theories of Crime
    • Nutrition and Crime
    • Mental Illness and Crime
    • Sutherland, Edwin H.: The Professional Thief
    • Thio, Alex: Relative Deprivation and Deviance
    • Toby, Jackson: Stake in Conformity
    • Luckenbill, David F.: Stages in Violence
    • Rose, Dina R., and Todd R. Clear: Coerced Mobility Theory
    • Greenberg, David F.: Age, Capitalism, and Crime
    • Hagan, John, and Holly Foster: Stress and Gendered Pathways to Delinquency
    • Felson, Marcus K.: Crime and Nature
    • Wilson, William Julius: The Truly Disadvantaged
    • Sampson, Robert J., and John H. Laub: Age-Graded Theory of Informal Social Control
    • Michalowski, Raymond J., and Ronald C. Kramer: State-Corporate Crime
    • Krohn, Marvin D.: Networks and Crime
    • Annotated Further Readings: Theories of Prison Behavior and Insurgency
    • Lafree, Gary D.: Legitimacy and Crime
    • Pontell, Henry N., and Kitty Calavita: Explaining the Savings and Loan Scandal
    • Annotated Further Readings: Life-Course and Developmental Theories of Crime
    • Annotated Further Readings: Macro-Level/Community Theories of Crime
    • Hindelang, Michael J., Michael R. Gottfredson, and James Garofalo: Lifestyle Theory
    • Haynie, Dana L.: Contexts of Risk
    • Left Realism Criminology
    • Sherman, Lawrence W.: Defiance Theory
    • Matsueda, Ross L.: Reflected Appraisals and Delinquency
    • Wells, Edward L., and Joseph H. Rankin: Direct Controls and Delinquency
    • Annotated Further Readings: Anomie and Strain Theories of Crime and Deviance
    • Thrasher, Frederick M.: The Gang
    • Patterson, Gerald R.: Social Learning, the Family, and Crime
    • Prenatal Influences and Crime
    • Psychophysiology and Crime
    • Raine, Adrian: Crime as a Disorder
    • Turner, Ralph H.: Deviant Roles and the Social Construction of Behavior
    • Annotated Further Readings: Control Theories of Crime
    • Matza, David: Becoming Deviant
    • Stafford, Mark C., and Mark Warr: Deterrence Theory
    • Marx, Karl, and Frederick Engels: Capitalism and Crime
    • Heimer, Karen, and Stacy De Coster: The Gendering of Violent Delinquency
    • Jeffery, C. Ray: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
    • Rational Choice and White-Collar Crime
    • Thornberry, Terence P.: Interactional Theory
    • Tittle, Charles R.: Control Balance Theory
    • Ross, E. A.: Sin and Society
    • Miethe, Terance D., and Robert F. Meier: An Integrated Theory of Victimization
    • Klein, Dorie: The Etiology of Female Crime
    • Peacemaking Criminology
    • Tyler, Tom R.: Sanctions and Procedural Justice Theory
    • Schur, Edwin M.: Radical Non-Intervention and Delinquency
    • Whyte, William Foote: Street Corner Society
    • Walters, Glenn D.: Lifestyle Theory
    • Schizophrenia and Crime
    • Vila, Brian J., Lawrence E. Cohen, and Richard S. Machalek: Evolutionary Expropriative Theory
    • Yochelson, Samuel, and Stanton E. Samenow: The Criminal Personality
    • Annotated Further Readings: The Chicago School of Criminology
    • Spector, Malcolm, and John I. Kitsuse: Constructing Social Problems
    • Williams, Kirk R., and Richard Hawkins: Deterrence Theory and Non-Legal Sanctions
    • Postmodern Theory
    • Koss, Mary P.: The Prevalence and Sources of Rape
    • Miller, Jody: Gendered Criminal Opportunity
    • Sutherland, Edwin H.: White-Collar Crime
    • Annotated Further Readings: Integrated Theories of Crime
    • Vaughan, Diane: The Normalization of Deviance
    • Newman, Oscar: Defensible Space Theory
    • Lombroso, Cesare: The Female Offender
    • Quinney, Richard: Social Transformation and Peacemaking Criminology
    • Annotated Further Readings: Theories of Criminal Sanction
    • Sudnow, David: Normal Crimes
    • Annotated Further Readings: Psychological Theories of Crime
    • Wilson, James Q., and Richard J. Herrnstein: Crime and Human Nature
    • XYY Aggression Theory
    • Tannenbaum, Frank: The Dramatization of Evil
    • Regoli, Robert M., and John D. Hewitt: Differential Oppression Theory
    • Maher, Lisa: Sexed Work
    • Osgood, D. Wayne, Janet K. Wilson, Jerald G. Bachman, Patrick M. O'Malley, and Lloyd D. Johnston: Routine Activities and Individual Deviant Behavior
    • Annotated Further Readings: Theories of White-Collar and Corporate Crime
    • Physical Environment and Crime
    • Messerschmidt, James W.: Masculinities and Crime
    • Spitzer, Steven: Capitalism and Crime
    • Annotated Further Readings: Labeling and Interactionist Theories of Crime
    • Annotated Further Readings: Biological and Biosocial Theories of Crime
    • Taylor, Ian, Paul Walton, and Jock Young: The New Criminology
    • Miller, Jody: Gendered Social Organization Theory
    • Pogarsky, Greg: Behavioral Economics and Crime
    • Sacco, Vincent F., and Leslie W. Kennedy: The Criminal Event Perspective
    • Miller, Jody: Girls, Gangs, and Gender
    • Turk, Austin T.: The Criminalization Process
    • Vold, George B.: Group Conflict Theory
    • Moore, Joan W.: Homeboys and Homegirls in the Barrio
    • Shover, Neal: Great Pretenders
    • Stark, Rodney: Deviant Places
    • Pollak, Otto: The Hidden Female Offender
    • Annotated Further Readings: Conflict, Radical, and Critical Theories of Crime
    • Rape Myths and Violence Against Women
    • Wikström, Per-Olof H.: Situational Action Theory
    • Wilcox, Pamela, Kenneth C. Land, and Scott A. Hunt: Multicontextual Opportunity Theory
    • Russell, Diana E. H.: The Politics of Rape
    • Schwartz, Martin D., and Victoria L. Pitts: A Feminist Routine Activity Theory
    • Wortley, Richard: A Revised Situational Crime Prevention Theory
    • Annotated Further Readings: Choice and Opportunity Theories of Crime
    • Simon, Rita J.: Women and Crime
    • Simpson, Sally S.: Gender, Class, and Crime
    • Smart, Carol: Women, Crime, and Criminology
    • Steffensmeier, Darrell J.: Organization Properties and Sex Segregation in the Underworld
    • Steffensmeier, Darrell J., and Emilie Andersen Allan: A Gendered Theory of Offending
    • Thomas, W. I.: The Unadjusted Girl
    • Widom, Cathy Spatz: The Cycle of Violence
    • Annotated Further Readings: Feminist and Gender-Specific Theories of Crime
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