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Editor-in-Chief:

David Polizzi
Indiana State University

Associate Editor:
Matthew Draper
Utah Valley University

Book Review Editor:
Jennifer Grimes
Indiana State University

Assistants-to-the-Editors


Roger Schaefer
Washington State University

William Mackey
University of Cincinnati



 
   


Vol. 7(1) January 2015

Letter from the Editor

David Polizzi, Indiana State University

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Rethinking Subculture and Subcultural Theory in the Study of Youth Crime –A Theoretical Discourse (p.p. 1-16)

Chijioke J. Nwalozie, New College Stamford, UK.

 

Virtual Criminology: Insights from Genetic-Social Science and Heidegger (p.p. 17-31)

Tim Owen, University of Central Lancashire, UK

Julie Owen, Edge Hill University, UK

 

Author’s response to commentary on Theorizing Crime & Deviance:

Response to Dragan Milovanovic’s and Simon Winlow’s comments on Theorizing Crime and Deviance: A New Perspective (p/p. 32-41)

Steve Hall, Teesside University, UK

 

(Critical commentary appeared in the July, 2014 edition of jtpcrim.)

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Critical Response to:

Ptolemizing Lombroso the Pseudo-Revolution of Biosocial Criminology 

Journal Theoretical & Philosophical Criminology, January 2014, 6

Nicolas Carrier, Carleton University

Kevin Walby, University of Winnipeg

 

An Interpretivist Introduction to the Bio-Criminology and Critical Criminology Debate (pp. 42-60)

Matthew Draper, Utah Valley University

J. Mark Olsen, Utah Valley University

James McGraw, Utah Valley University

Daniel Sturtevant, Utah Valley University

 

Rage against Reason:  Addressing Critical Critics of Biosocial research (pp. 61-72)

Anthony Walsh, Ph.D., Boise State University &

John Paul Wright, Ph.D., University of Cincinnati

 

A Response to Walsh & Wright:

For Sociological Reason: Crime, Criminalization, and the Poverty of Biosocial Criminology (pp. 73-82)

Nicolas Carrier, Carleton University

Kevin Walby, University of Winnipeg

 

Defending biosocial criminology: On the discursive style of our critics, the separation of ideology and science, and a biologically informed defense of fundamental values.  (pp. 83-95)

Ben Heylen, Lieven J.R. Pauwels, Kevin M. Beaver & Marc Ruffinengo

 

A Response to Heylen, Pauwels, Beaver & Ruffinengo

Is Biosocial Criminology a Predisposition not to Learn from the Social Sciences? (pp. 96-108)

Nicolas Carrier, Carleton University

Kevin Walby, University of Winnipeg

 

 

 

 

 

 


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