This bundle incorporates 14 titles from key thinkers across the field of Criminology, including those featured in the Routledge student reference book, Fifty Key Thinkers in Criminology such as Carol Smart, John Braithwaite and Thomas Mathiesen. Covering a wide-spectrum of sub-disciplines from across the field, this is an essential collection that provides accessible information and comprehensive coverage for any student of Criminology.
The Defences of Weak Thomas Mathiesen
Rehabilitation and Deviance Philip Bean
Women, Crime and Criminology Carol Smart
Official Discourse Frank Burton and Pat Carlen
Defendants in the Criminal Process A. E. Bottoms and J.D. McClean
Corporate Crime in the Pharmaceutical Industry John Braithwaite
Victimology Sandra Walklate
Regulating Fraud Michael Levi
Making People Pay Paul Rock
Deviant Behaviour Paul Rock
Intimate Intrusions Elizabeth Stanko
Public Order and Private Lives Michael Brake and Chris Hale
Women, Policing and Male Violence Jalna Hanmer, Jill Radford and Elizabeth Stanko
Inequality, Crime, and Public Policy John Braithwaite
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