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17555. A Comparison of Four Criminological Theories. This paper provides a comparative analysis of genetic theory, rational choice theory, labeling theory, and feminist criminological theory, emphasizing how these four criminological theories build upon and challenge one another. Concludes that while all four theories offer valuable insights into the possible causes of criminal behavior, each theory is limited by its focus on a relatively narrow of inquiry (i.e., biology, rationality, society or gender relations). Argues that integrated theories offer a stronger and more complete explanation of criminality. TAGS: crime theory labeling rational choice feminist genetic integrated. APA Style. 8 pages, 19 footnotes, 7 bibliographic sources. 1,905 words.
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