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Nagin, Daniel S., and Raymond Paternoster: Individual Differences and Deterrence

This theory, proposed by Daniel Nagin and Raymond Paternoster, combines ideas from several other prominent criminology theories in a unique way. Thus, the theory of individual differences and deterrence (IDD) represents an important integration, ...

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