Burgess, Robert L., and Ronald L. Akers: Differential Association-Reinforcement Theory

John K. Cochran

In: Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory

Burgess, Robert L., and Ronald L. Akers: Differential Association-Reinforcement Theory

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  • Robert L. Burgess and Ronald L. Akers collaborated in 1966 to reformulate Edwin H. Sutherland's differential association theory of criminal behavior in an effort to make the theory more amenable to empirical testing by making its key theoretical concepts open to ...

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