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Developmental and life course criminology aims to provide information about how offending and antisocial behavior develops about risk and protective factors at different ages and about the effects of life events on the course of development This volume advances knowledge about these theories of offender behavior many of which have been formulated only in the last twenty years It also integrates knowledge about individual family peer school neighborhood community and situational influences on offender behavior and combines key elements of earlier theories such as strain social learning differential association and control theoryContributors Benjamin B Lahey and Irwin D Waldman focus on antisocial propensity and the importance of biological and individual factors Alex R Piuero and Terrie E Moffitt distinguish between life course persistent and adolescent limited offenders David P Farrington presents the Integrated Cognitive Antisocial Potential ICAP theory which distinguishes between long term and short term influences on antisocial potential Richard F Catalano J David Hawkins and their colleagues test the Social Development Model SDMMarc Le Blanc proposes an integrated multi layered control theory in which criminal behavior depends on bonding to society psychological development modeling and constraints Robert J Sampson and John H Laub hypothesize that offending is inhibited by the strength of bonding to family peers schools and later adult social institutions such as marriage and jobs Terence P Thornberry and Marvin D Krohn propose an interactional theory of antisocial behavior Per Olof H Witkstrm's developmental ecological action theory emphasizes the importance of situational factors opportunities cause temptation friction produces provocation and monitoring and the risk of sanctions have deterrent effectsDevelopmental and life course criminology aims to provide information about how offending and antisocial behavior develops about risk and protective factors at different ages and about the effects of life events on the course of development This volume advances knowledge about these theories of offender behavior many of which have been formulated only in the last twenty years It also integrates knowledge about individual family peer school neighborhood community and situational influences on offender behavior and combines key elements of earlier theories such as strain social learning differential association and control theoryContributors Benjamin B Lahey and Irwin D Waldman focus on antisocial propensity and the importance of biological and individual factors Alex R Piuero and Terrie E Moffitt distinguish between life course persistent and adolescent limited offenders David P Farrington presents the Integrated Cognitive Antisocial Potential ICAP theory which distinguishes between long term and short term influences on antisocial potential Richard F Catalano J David Hawkins and their colleagues test the Social Development Model SDMMarc Le Blanc proposes an integrated multi layered control theory in which criminal behavior depends on bonding to society psychological development modeling and constraints Robert J Sampson and John H Laub hypothesize that offending is inhibited by the strength of bonding to family peers schools and later adult social institutions such as marriage and jobs Terence P Thornberry and Marvin D Krohn propose an interactional theory of antisocial behavior Per Olof H Witkstrm's developmental ecological action theory emphasizes the importance of situational factors opportunities cause temptation friction produces provocation and monitoring and the risk of sanctions have deterrent effectsDevelopmental and life course criminology aims to provide information about how offending and antisocial behavior develops about risk and protective factors at different ages and about the effects of life events on the course of development This volume advances knowledge about these theories of offender behavior many of which have been formulated only in the last twenty years It also integrates knowledge about individual family peer school neighborhood community and situational influences on offender behavior and combines key elements of earlier theories such as strain social learning differential association and control theoryContributors Benjamin B Lahey and Irwin D Waldman focus on antisocial propensity and the importance of biological and individual factors Alex R Piuero and Terrie E Moffitt distinguish between life course persistent and adolescent limited offenders David P Farrington presents the Integrated Cognitive Antisocial Potential ICAP theory which distinguishes between long term and short term influences on antisocial potential Richard F Catalano J David Hawkins and their colleagues test the Social Development Model SDMMarc Le Blanc proposes an integrated multi layered control theory in which criminal behavior depends on bonding to society psychological development modeling and constraints Robert J Sampson and John H Laub hypothesize that offending is inhibited by the strength of bonding to family peers schools and later adult social institutions such as marriage and jobs Terence P Thornberry and Marvin D Krohn propose an interactional theory of antisocial behavior Per Olof H Witkstrm's developmental ecological action theory emphasizes the importance of situational factors opportunities cause temptation friction produces provocation and monitoring and the risk of sanctions have deterrent effects