Great Pretenders: Pursuits and Careers of Persistent Thieves

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Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • 1- Pathways of Persistent Thieves 1
  • 2- Origins, Options, and Preparation 29
  • 3- Changing Criminal Opportunities And the Unskilled 49
  • 4- Identity, Lifestyle, and Character 77
  • 5- Career Changes and Termination 119
  • 6- Threats, Decisions, and Confinement 151
  • 7- Crime Control and Persistent Thieves 175
  • Appendix: Materials and Methods 189
  • Bibliography 197
  • About the Book and Author 213
  • Index 215
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