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NCJ Number: 69363 Find in a Library
Title: MARXIST PARADIGM REVOLUTIONS AND THE SOCIOLOGY OF CRIMINOLOGY
Journal: CANADIAN CRIMINOLOGY FORUM  Volume:2  Issue:2  Dated:(SPRING 1980)  Pages:47-50
Author(s): G S GREEN
Date Published: 1980
Page Count: 4
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: Canada
Annotation: THIS STUDY ADDRESSES THE POSSIBILITY OF ACCEPTANCE OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF CONFLICT CRIMINOLOGY (WHICH REPRESENTS A NEW MARXIAN PERSPECTIVE) ON THE PART OF THE CRIMINOLOGICAL COMMUNITY, FOCUSING ON METHODS USED IN THIS ANALYSIS.
Abstract: IT PRESENTS A REVIEW OF THE RELEVANT EMPIRICAL LITERATURE WHICH NOW EXISTS IN THE SOCIOLOGY OF SCIENCE AND WHICH SOCIOLOGISTS OF CRIMINOLOGY MUST ABSORB TO STUDY MORE THOROUGHLY THE EFFECTS OF PARADIGM REVOLUTIONS IN CRIMINOLOGY. IT ATTEMPTS TO OUTLINE SOME OF THE METHODS THAT CAN BE USED TO MEASURE THE SOCIOLOGICAL COMMUNITY'S ACCEPTANCE OF THESE NEW CRIMINOLOGICAL PARADIGMS, INCLUDING CITATION ANALYSIS (I.E., CITATIONS IN CONTEXT) AND SOCIOMETRIC NETWORK ANALYSIS. A BIBLIOGRAPHY CONTAINING 15 ENTRIES IS APPENDED.
Index Term(s): Conflict theory; Literature reviews; Marxism; Youth (Under 15)
Note: LARGE PORTION OF THIS PAPER WAS PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY, PHILADELPHIA (PA), 1979, IN A PAPER ENTITLED 'ON RESEARCH IN THE SOCIOLOGY OF CRIMINOLOGY.'
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