This book provides potential answers to reduce deviant behavior and crime in colleges and universities. Claiming that the Virginia Tech and Northern Illinois shootings were aberrations, the authors have nevertheless uncovered offenses that presage major criminal incidents, such as students' engaging in cheating, plagiarism, binge drinking, date rape, assault, and harassment. To arrive at solutions, the authors collaborated to develop an interdisciplinary comprehensive typology of deviant behavior and crime in academia. Areas of discussion include fraternity and sorority deviance beyond the usu.The rendezvous: A case study of an after-hours club. New York: Free Press. Roebuck, J. B. ... The university: An ownera#39;s manual. New York: Norton. Roszak, T. (Ed.). (1968). ... Sacks, P. (2007, January 12). How colleges perpetuate inequality.
|Title||:||Deviance and Crime in Colleges and Universities|
|Publisher||:||Charles C Thomas Publisher - 2009|