International criminology a critical introduction - London Routledge 2008 - 268p. 26 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -259) and index.
What is crime? How criminologists think about crime -- The origins of modern criminology -- The consolidation of modern criminology -- Dissenting criminology -- A guide to reading and thinking about criminology -- Explaining crime : unemployment and crime -- Explaining crime : crime and the family -- Criminology and the lure of crime prevention -- Victims and victimology -- Critical absences : criminology and corporate crime -- Critical absences : criminology and crimes of the state -- Conclusion : towards a reflexive criminology.
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