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Criminology : a sociological introduction

Author: Eamonn Carrabine; et al
Publisher: New York, NY ; London : Routledge, 2009
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2. edView all editions and formats
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Offers an introduction to the key topics studied in undergraduate criminology courses. This book includes contemporary international case studies. It is suitable for criminology students.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eamonn Carrabine; et al
ISBN: 9780415464512 9780415464505 0415464501 041546451X
OCLC Number: 488621077
Notes: Histories of crime. Researching crime. Enlightenment and early traditions. Early sociologies of crime. Radicalizing traditions : Marxism, feminism, and Foucault. Crime, social theory, and social change. Crime, place, and space. Victims and victimization. Crime and property. Crime, sexuality, and gender. Crime, emotion, and social psychology. Organizational and professional forms of crime. Drugs, alcohol, health and crime. Thinking about punishment. The criminal justice process. Police and policing. Prisons and imprisonment. Green criminology. Crime and media. Terrorism, state crime, and human rights. Futures of crime, control, and criminology
Description: xxv, 530 s
Contents: Histories of crime --
Researching crime --
Enlightenment and early traditions --
Early sociologies of crime --
Radicalizing traditions : Marxism, feminism, and Foucault --
Crime, social theory, and social change --
Crime, place, and space --
Victims and victimization --
Crime and property --
Crime, sexuality, and gender --
Crime, emotion, and social psychology --
Organizational and professional forms of crime --
Drugs, alcohol, health and crime --
Thinking about punishment --
The criminal justice process --
Police and policing --
Prisons and imprisonment --
Green criminology --
Crime and media --
Terrorism, state crime, and human rights --
Futures of crime, control, and criminology.
Responsibility: Eamonn Carrabine ... [et al.]

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