a. The first section contains a short summary of the book. What do the chapters contain? What evidence does the author introduce that is unique to the book?
b. the second section should identify the major themes of the book. What concepts and foundations appear throughout the book? What are the primary messages that the author illustrate?
c. The third section analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of the book. Where is the author’s argument compelling and where does it fall short?
d. The fourth section should place the book into the context of the information provided throughout the course (sex cries). Does the book provide an accurate description of criminological theory?