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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    • 1. The Classical School of Criminology
    • 2. The Positivist School of Criminology
    • 3. Early American Theories of Crime
    • 4. Biological and Biosocial Theories of Crime
    • 5. Psychological Theories of Crime
    • 6. The Chicago School of Criminology
    • 7. Cultural and Learning Theories of Crime
    • 8. Anomie and Strain Theories of Crime and Deviance
    • 9. Control Theories of Crime
    • 10. Labeling and Interactionist Theories of Crime
    • 11. Theories of the Criminal Sanction
    • 12. Conflict, Radical, and Critical Theories of Crime
    • 13. Feminist and Gender-Specific Theories of Crime
    • 14. Choice and Opportunity Theories of Crime
    • 15. Macro-Level/Community Theories of Crime
    • 16. Life-Course and Developmental Theories of Crime
    • 17. Integrated Theories of Crime
    • 18. Theories of White-Collar and Corporate Crime
    • 19. Contemporary Gang Theories
    • 20. Theories of Prison Behavior and Insurgency
    • 21. Theories of Fear and Concern About Crime
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