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!Crime and Justice: A Guide to Criminology 5th edition

by: Darren Palmer | Willem de Lint | Derek Dalton

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Publisher: Thomson Reuters,30.11.16

Category: LAW - Criminal Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0455238642
ISBN13: 9780455238647

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Crime and Justice: a Guide to Criminology has been for many years a leading Australian textbook for undergraduate and postgraduate students approaching this subject for the first time. The contributors are well known research active academics in Australia who contribute to the criminological debate at national and international level.

Fully revised and updated, this 5th edition offers a comprehensive guide in criminal justice and criminology that is well suited to a dual-semester approach. It covers a wide range of topics including: different forms of crimes - from street crime to state crime and international crimes; who commits crimes and who are the victims of crimes; and how society responds to crime. This book offers a balance between critical and administrative criminological traditions to add to the discourse of crime and justice in the twenty-first century.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: What is crime and who is the criminal?
Chapter 2: The distribution of crime over populations
Chapter 3: Crime and the media
Chapter 4: Explanations for crime
Chapter 5: Youth and crime
Chapter 6: Crime in the streets
Chapter 7: Crime and the home
Chapter 8: White collar and corporate crime
Chapter 9: Environmental crime
Chapter 10: Crimes of states
Chapter 11: Cyber crime
Chapter 12: Crime across borders
Chapter 13: International crimes
Chapter 14: Inequalities of crimes
Chapter 15: Criminal process
Chapter 16: Policing and law enforcement
Chapter 17: Transnational policing
Chapter 18: Privatisation of justice
Chapter 19: Crime prevention and reduction
Chapter 20: Community based corrections/justice
Chapter 21: Imprisonment and detention
Chapter 22: Victims and criminal justice
Chapter 23: Experts, lay people and forensics
Chapter 24: Criminal justice and human rights
Chapter 25: Failures of justice
Chapter 26: Remedies for miscarriages of justice
Chapter 27: History of criminology
Chapter 28: Australian and international research resources
Chapter 29: Criminology study skills