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John Hagan and Bill McCarthy (2000)

The Meaning of Criminology

Theoretical Criminology, 4(2):232--242.

A response by the authors to a review symposium on their book, Mean Streets: Youth Crime and Homelessness, (Cambridge: Cambridge U Press, 1997). Comments & criticisms offered by Glen H. Elder, Jr.; Karen Heimer; Martha A. Myers; & Joachim J. Savelsberg (all, 2000) are addressed, & some directions for future theory & research are outlined. 39 References. K. Hyatt Stewart

Comparative Analysis, *Toronto, Ontario, *Vancouver, British Columbia, *Juvenile Offenders, Life Events, *Crime, *Juvenile Delinquency, *Runaways, *Homelessness, *Youth, article, 2151: social problems and social welfare; juvenile delinquency, 2793: studies in poverty; homelessness
SubjectsTermNotLitGenreText - *Juvenile Delinquency; *Youth; *Crime; *Juvenile Offenders; *Homelessness; *Runaways; *Toronto, Ontario; *Vancouver, British Columbia; Life Events; Comparative Analysis

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