Michael L. Benson mainly focuses on Social psychology, Criminology, Suicide prevention, Domestic violence and Human factors and ergonomics. His work in Social psychology tackles topics such as Distress which are related to areas like Demographic economics. His work in the fields of Criminology, such as White-collar crime, overlaps with other areas such as Perspective.
His White-collar crime study combines topics in areas such as Routine activity theory, Techniques of neutralization, Crime prevention and Corporate crime. Michael L. Benson frequently studies issues relating to Injury prevention and Suicide prevention. His Social status study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Juvenile delinquency and Deviance.
Michael L. Benson mostly deals with Criminology, White-collar crime, Social psychology, White and Metallurgy. His Criminology research incorporates elements of Law and Life course approach. As part of his studies on White-collar crime, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Situational ethics.
His Social psychology research covers fields of interest such as Domestic violence and Suicide prevention. His Superalloy research includes elements of Ultimate tensile strength, Cobalt, Neutron diffraction and Low-cycle fatigue. His Amorphous metal and Fracture study, which is part of a larger body of work in Composite material, is frequently linked to Nondestructive testing, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary areas of investigation include Criminology, White-collar crime, Race, Collar and White. In general Criminology, his work in Criminal justice is often linked to Adversary linking many areas of study. His study in White-collar crime is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social change, Democratization, Race ethnicity, Gender studies and Corporate crime.
His studies in Corporate crime integrate themes in fields like Regulatory capture, Life course approach and Presidential system. His Race research includes themes of Social psychology and Public opinion. The various areas that Michael L. Benson examines in his Terrorism study include Oppression, Ideology, Politics, Negotiation and Middle East.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Collar, White, Environmental science, Risk management tools and Gerontology. His Collar research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in White-collar crime and Criminology. His Environmental science research spans across into areas like Global warming, Land cover, Deforestation, Environmental change and Albedo.
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THE SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF SELF-CONTROL: TESTING THE GENERAL THEORY OF CRIME*
T. David Evans;Francis T. Cullen;Velmer S. Burton;R. Gregory Dunaway.
DENYING THE GUILTY MIND: ACCOUNTING FOR INVOLVEMENT IN A WHITE‐COLLAR CRIME*
Michael L. Benson.
Neighborhood Disadvantage, Individual Economic Distress and Violence Against Women in Intimate Relationships
Michael L. Benson;Greer Litton Fox;Alfred A. Demaris;Judy Van Wyk.
Journal of Quantitative Criminology (2003)
White-Collar Crime: An Opportunity Perspective
Michael L. Benson;Sally S. Simpson.
Are White-Collar and Common Offenders the Same? An Empirical and Theoretical Critique of a Recently Proposed General Theory of Crime
Michael L. Benson;Elizabeth Moore.
Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency (1992)
Economic Distress and Intimate Violence: Testing Family Stress and Resources Theories
Greer Litton Fox;Michael L. Benson;Alfred A. DeMaris;Judy Van Wyk.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2002)
Perspectives on the Legal Order: The Capacity for Social Control
Allen E. Liska;Joseph J. Lawrence;Michael Benson.
American Journal of Sociology (1981)
The correlation between race and domestic violence is confounded with community context
Michael L. Benson;John Wooldredge;Amy B. Thistlethwaite;Greer Litton Fox.
Social Problems (2004)
Distal and Proximal Factors in Domestic Violence: A Test of an Integrated Model
Alfred A. Demaris;Michael L. Benson;Greer Litton Fox;Terrence D. Hill.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2003)
Crime and the Life Course
Michael L. Benson.
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