Part I. Theories of Deterrence 1. Classical Theory: The Emergence of Deterrence Theory in the Age of Enlightenment Gerben J. N. Bruinsma 2. The Economics of Deterrence: A Review of the Theory and Evidence Aaron J. Chalfin and Sarah Tahamont 3. Perceptual Deterrence Theory Raymond Paternoster 4. Criminological Theory and Deterrence Christopher J. Sullivan and Melissa Lugo ã Part II. Unpacking the Effects of Deterrence 5. Informal and Formal Sanctions Robert J. Apel and Samuel E. DeWitt 6. Deterrent Effects of the Certainty and Severity of Punishment Daniel S. Nagin 7. Celerity and Deterrence Travis C. Pratt and Jillian J. Turanovic 8. Individual Difference and Deterrence Thomas A. Loughran, Raymond Paternoster, and Alex R. Piquero ã Part III. Agents of Deterrence 9. Police Interventions Nicholas Corsaro and David Weisburd 10. Place Management, Guardianship, and the Establishment of Order John E. Eck and Tamara D. Madensen 11. Corrections and Deterrence Cheryl Lero Jonson and Sarah L. Manchak 12. Community Members and Deterrence Pamela Wilcox and Francis T. Cullen ã Part IV. Final Thoughts 13. An Honest Politician's Guide to Deterrence: Certainty, Severity, Celerity, and Parsimony Michael Tonry 14. Remembering Ray Paternoster: Contributions to Deterrence, Criminology, and His Students Alex R. Piquero ã
Daniel S. Nagin is Teresa and H. John Heinz University Professor of Public Policy and Statistics, Heinz College of Information Systems Management and Public Policy at Carnegie Mellon University. Francis T. Cullen is Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus and Senior Research Associate in the School of Criminal Justice at the University of Cincinnati. Cheryl Lero Jonson is Assistant Professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Xavier University.