LECTURES
 
GÉNÉRAL
1. Adler, Freda, Gerhard O. W. Mueller et William S. Laufer
(1991) Criminology, New York, McGraw-Hill.
2. Fréchette, Marcel et Marc LeBlanc
(1987) Délinquances et Délinquants, Boucherville, Gaétan Morin.
3. Gassin, Raymond
(1994) Criminologie (3e éd.), Paris, Dalloz.
4. Hirschi, Travis et Michael Gottfredson
(1994) The Generality of Deviance, New Brunswick, Transaction.
5. Shoemaker, Donald J.
(2000), Theories of Delinquency : an Examination of Explanations of Delinquent Behavior (4e éd.), New York, Oxford University Press.
6. Szabo, Denis et Marc LeBlanc (éds.)
(1994) Traité de Criminolgie Empirique (2e éd.), Montréal, Presses de l'Université de Montréal.
7. Vold, George B., Thomas J. Bernard et Jeffrey B. Snipes
(1998) Theoretical Criminology (4e éd.), New York, Oxford University Press.
8. Wilson James Q. et Richard Herrnstein
(1985) Crime and Human Nature, Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
 
BLOC 1: FACTEURS INDIVIDUELS
1. Adler, Freda et Herbert M. Adler
(1975) Sisters in Crime : the Rise of the New Female Criminal, New York, Toronto, McGraw-Hill.
2. Allain, Hervé
(2000) «Biologie et pharmacologie des comportements violents», document sur la toile, cliquez ici.
3. Bradford, J.M.W.
(1996), «The Role of Serotonin in the Future of Forensic Psychiatry», Bulletin of the American Adacademy of Psychiatry, 24 (1), 57-72.
4. Cohen, Lawrence et Marcus Felson
(1979) «Social Change and Crime Rate Trends: A Routine Activity Approach», American Sociological Review, 44, 588-608.
5. Cullen, Francis, Paul Gendreau, Roger Jarjoura et John Paul Wright
(1997) «Crime and the Bell Curve: Lessons From Intelligent Criminology», Crime and Delinquency, 43 (4), 387-411.
6. Cusson, Maurice
(1985) Délinquants, pourquoi?, Montréal, Hurtubise.
7. Degreeff, Étienne
(1942) Amour et crimes d'amour, Bruxelles, C. Dessart, 1973.
8. Eysenck, Hans J. et Gisli H. Gudjonsson
(1989) The Causes and Cures of Criminality, New York, Plenum Press.
9. Glueck, Sheldon et Eleanore Glueck
(1950) Unraveling Juvenile Delinquency, Cambridge, Haward University Press.
10. Hawkins, Darnell F., John H. Laub, Janet L. Lauritsen et Lynn Cothern
(2000) «Race, Ethnicity and Serious and Violent Juvenile Offending», Juvenile Justice Bulletin, juin 2000, ministère de la Justice, États-Unis.
11. Herrnstein, Richard et Michael Murray
(1994), The Bell Curve : Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life, New York, Free Press.
12. Hodgins, Sheilagh
(1990) «Biological Factors Implicated in the Development of Criminal Behaviors», in Zoe Hilton, Margaret Jackson et Christopher Webster, Clinical Criminology: Theory, Research and Practice, Toronto, Canadian Scholars' Press.
13. Kelly, George Alexander
(1963) A Theory of Personality; the Psychology of Personal Constructs, New York, Norton.
14. Kohlberg, Lawrence
(1981) The Meaning and Measurement of Moral Development, Worcester (Massaschussetts), Clark University Press.
15. Leschied, Alan, Anne Cummings, Michele Van Brunschot, Alison Cunningham et Angela Saunders
(2000) La violence chez les adolescentes : étude documentaire et corrélations, Ottawa, ministère du Solliciteur général.
16. Mednick, Sarnoff A., Terrie E. Moffitt et Susan A. Stack (éds.)
(1987) The Causes of Crime : New Biological Approaches, New York, Cambridge University Press.
17. Paris, Joel
(1996) «Antisocial Personality Disorder : A Biopsychosocial Model», Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 1996, vol. 41, 75-80
18. Piaget, Jean
(1970) La naissance de l'intelligence chez l'enfant, Neuchâtel (Suisse), Delachaux et Niestlé.
19. Pinatel, Jean
(1975) Traité de droit pénal et de criminologie. Tome III : La criminologie, Paris, Dalioz, 1963.
20. Pollak, Otto
(1950) The Criminality of Women, Westport (Connecticut), Greenwood Press, 1978.
21. Sheldon, William Herbert
(1940) The Varieties of Human Physique; an Introduction to Constitutional Psychology, Darien (Connecticut), Hafner (1970).
22. Sheldon, William Herbert, Emil M Hartl et Eugene McDermott
(1949) Varieties of Delinquent Youth, Darien (Connecticut), Hafner (1970).
23. Sutherland, Edwin H., Donald R. Cressey et David F. Luckenbill
(1992) Principles of Criminology (11e éd.), Dix Hills (N.Y.), General Hall.
24. Thornhill, Randy et Craig T. Palmer
(2000) A Natural History of Rape: Biological Bases of Sexual Coercion, Cambridge, MIT Press.
25. Walters, Glenn D.
(1992) «A Meta-Analysis of the Gene-Crime Relationship», Criminology, vol 30.
26. Walters, Glenn D. et Thomas White
(1990) «Heredity and Crime: Bad Genes or Bad Research?», in Zoe Hilton, Margaret Jackson et Christopher Webster, Clinical Criminology: Theory, Research and Practice, Toronto, Canadian Scholars' Press.
 
BLOC 2: FACTEURS ENVIRONNEMENTAUX
1. Arum, Richard
(1999) «High School Experience and the Risk of Adult Incarceration», Criminology, 37 (3), 515-537.
2. Bandura, Albert
(1986) Social Foundations of Thought and Action : a Social Cognitive Theory, Englewood Cliffs (New Jersey), Prentice-Hall.
3. Becker, Howard
(1963) Outsiders, New-York, The Free Press. Traduction française : Outsiders : études de la sociologie de la déviance, Paris, Métaillé.
4. Cloward, Richard et Lloyd Ohlin
(1960) Delinquency and opportunity, New-York, The Free Press.
5. Cohen, Albert Kircidel
(1955) Delinquent Boys: the Culture of the Gang, Londres, New York, Collier-Macmillan et Free Press.
6. Frydman, Marcel
(1993) Télévision et Violence, Charleroi, EMPC.
7. Gabor, Thomas
(1995) La violence à l'école et la tolérance zéro, principes et prescriptions, Ottawa, ministère du Solliciteur général.
8. Graham, John
(1998) «What Works in Preventing Criminality», Peter Goldblatt et Chris Lewis, Reducing Offending: an Assessment of Research Evidence on Ways of Dealing With Offending Behavior, London, Home Office.
9. Hagan, John et Patricia Parker
(1999) «Rebellion Beyond the Classroom: A Life-Course Capitalization Theory of the Intergenerational causes of Delinquency», Theoretical Criminology, 3 (3), 259-285.
10. Hirschi, Travis
(1969) Causes of delinquency, Berkeley, University of California Press.
11. Jang, Sung Joon
(1999) «Age-Varying Effects of Family, School, and Peers on Delinquency: a Multilevel Modeling Test of Interactional Theory», Criminology, 37 (3), 643-685.
12. Lemert, Edwin
(1951) Social Pathology, New York, McGraw-Hill.
13. Lipman, Ellen, Michael Boyle, Martin Dooley et David Offord
(1998) Les enfants et les familles gynoparentales : étude des facteurs influant sur le bien-être de l'enfant, Ottawa, Développement des ressources humaines Canada.
14. Merton, Robert K.
(1938) «Social Structure and Anomie», American Sociological Review, 3. 672-682.
15. Miller, Walter B.
(1958) «Lower-Class Culture as a Generating Milieu of Gang Delinquency», Journal of Social Issues, 14, 5-19.
16, Patterson, Gerald Roy, John B. Reid et Thomas J. Dishion
(1992) Antisocial Boys, Eugene (Oregon), Castalia.
17. Schwartz, Martin et Walter DeKeseredy
(1997) Sexual Assault on the College Campus : the Role of Male Peer Support, Londres, Sage.
18. Sellin, Thorsten
(1938) Conflits de culture et criminalité, Paris, Pedone (1984).
19. Shaw Clifford et Henry McKay
(1942) Juvenile Delinquency and Urban Areas, Chicago, University of Chicago Press.
20. Smith, Carolyn, Alan J. Lizotte, Terence P. Thornberry et Marvin D. Krohn
(1995) «Resilient Youth: Identifying Factors that Prevent High-Risk Youth From Engaging in Delinquency and Drug Use», Current Perspectives on Aging and the Life Cycle, vol. 4, 217-247.
21. Sutherland, Edwin et Donald Cressey
(1939) Principes de criminologie (V. F., 1966), Paris, Cujas.
22. Sykes, Gresham et David Matza
(1957) «Techniques of Neutralization: a Theory of Delinquency», American Sociological Review, 22, 664-673.
23. Tannenbaum, Frank
(1938) Crime and the Community, Boston, Ginn.
24. Task Force on Strict Discipline for Young Offenders
(1996) Recommendations From the Task Force on Strict Discipline for Young Offenders to the Ontario Solicitor General and Minister of Correctional Services, Toronto, ministère du Solliciteur général de l'Ontario.
25. Wilson, James Q. et George Kelling
(1982) «Broken Windows: the Police and Neighborhood Safety», The Atlantic Monthly, Mars, 29-38.