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The three most significant contributions of criminological theories to our theoretical understanding of criminal behavior made since 1985
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  • The three most significant contributions of criminological theories to our theoretical understanding of criminal behavior made since 1985
  • 범죄학 이론의 발전에 영향을 미친 이론들에 대한 고찰: -1985년 이후의 중요한 범죄이론을 중심으로-
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Jang, Duck-Hyung
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시큐리티연구KCI
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2015년|42호(통권42호)|pp.449-468 (20 pages)
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한국경호경비학회|한국
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It is important to identify and discuss what the most vial contributions of criminological theories. In the field of criminology, most significant contributions or advancement have been made on the various issues such as age, the integration of structural and procedural level theories, other theoretical integration debates. However, it is hard to find ant systematic study exploring such a contribution in criminological theories. This study, therefore, has a purpose to discuss three most significant contributions to our theoretical understanding of criminal behavior made since 1985. To accomplish the study purpose, this study choose the followed three theoretical contributions; the emergence of life course theory, the revision of social disorganization theory, and the introduction of social structure and social Learning (SSSL) model. The three theoretical works will be introduced and discussed regarding other theoretical integration trends in the body of this study. The conclusion, contribution of this current study has been discussed in the last conclusion and discussion section.

영문초록

이 연구는 1985년 이후의 범죄학 이론의 발전에 심대한 영향을 미친 것으로 이해되는 세 가지의 주요 범죄학 이론들에 대해 고찰한 연구이다. 지난 수십 년간의 범죄학 이론의 발전은 눈부시다. 그러나 국내에서는 그 간의 범죄학이론의 발전에 영향을 미친 주요 이론 들에 대한 논의가 매우 부족하였. 앞으로의 한국의 범죄학이론의 발전을 위해서 현재까지 의 범죄학이론을 발전시킨 이론들에 대한 고찰은 매우 중요하다. 이에 따라 이 연구는 1985년 이후의 범죄학이론의 발전에 큰 영향을 미친 것으로 이해되는 생애과정이론(life course theory), 사회해체이론, 그리고 사회구조 및 사회학습이론(the SSSL model)의 세 가 지의 범죄학 이론들에 대해 소개하고 현재까지의 각 이론들의 경험적지지 및 주요 이론적 쟁점 및 공헌점들에 대해 논의하였다. 결론과 논의부분에서 저자의 결론, 연구의 공헌점 등이 논의되었다.

목차

Ⅰ. Introduction
Ⅱ. Age, structural factors, and theoretical integration
Ⅲ. The three works of theoretical contributions of the
major contributions, age, structural factors, and
theoretical integration
Ⅳ. Conclusion and discussion
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