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    • The Sutherland-Glueck Debate: On the Sociology of Criminological Knowledge 

      Laub, John; Sampson, Robert (University of Chicago Press, 1991)
      During the 1930s, Edwin Sutherland established the sociological model of crime as the dominant paradigm in criminology and as a result became the most influential criminologist of the 20th century. This article examines ...
    • Understanding Desistance from Crime 

      Laub, John; Sampson, Robert (University of Chicago Press, 2001)
      The study of desistance from crime is hampered by definitional, measurement, and theoretical incoherence. A unifying framework can distinguish termination of offending from the process of desistance. Termination is the ...