What are the central tenets, assumptions, and propositions of the theories in this section?

What are the central tenets, assumptions, and propositions of the theories in this section?What are the contributions of the theories/perspectives to the criminological literature?How are these perspectives related to other viewpoints discussed in the course readings prior or other writings/views you have seen? In what ways is it similar and in what ways is it distinctive?What critical reactions do you have of the theories? What are the problems/limitations of the theories/perspectives?How could the theories/perspectives be modified to better capitalize on their strengths and address some of its limitations?Discipline and Punish (Michel Foucault) [1975]Doing Justice: The Choice of Punishments (Andrew von Hirsch) [1976]Broken Windows: The Police and Neighborhood Safety (James Q. Wilson and George L. Kelling) [1982]Retributive Justice, Restorative Justice (Howard Zehr) [1985]Preventing Crime: What Works, What Doesn’t, What’s Promising (Lawrence Sherman, Denise C. Gottfredson, Doris L. Mackenzie, John Eck, Peter Reuter, and Shawn D. Bushway) [1998]