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The Crime Vaccine: How to End the Crime Epidemic

Jay B. Marcus
Format
Book
Published
Baton Rouge, La. : Claitor's Publishing Division, 1996.
Language
English
ISBN
0875117325
Contents
  • 1. Running for Attorney General with a new approach to crime
  • 2. The new crime model: discovering the inner cause of crime
  • 3. General stress theory: dealing with criminals and carriers of "dis-ease"
  • 4. The connection between stress and crime: parallel epidemics
  • 5. How the crime vaccine changes the crime prone physiology
  • 6. Rehabilitation that works: reducing stress in prisons
  • 7. The enjoyable antidote to drugs and alcohol - and 12 times more effective than DARE
  • 8. The failure of crime strategies that don't immunize the physiology
  • 9. Academia's crime: repressing or demonizing programs that originate east of Cambridge
  • 10. The complementary crime vaccine strategies: giving the offender a new identity
  • 11. Prisons of the future
  • 12. The extra strength crime vaccine: the critical mass that can end the epidemic.
Description
xix, 235 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-226) and index.
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