Student Handbook of Criminal Justice and Criminology
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Written by some of the leading criminologists in the country, this new title is a 'one-stop shop' for those who teach, study or are interested in criminology and the criminal justice systems of the UK.
Table of Contents
Part 1 APPROACHING CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY; Chapter 1 CONTEMPORARY CRIMINOLOGY, CRIME AND STRATEGIES OF CRIME CONTROL, JohnMuncie; Chapter 2 THE POLITICS AND PROCESSES OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, DavidWilson; Chapter 3 RESEARCHING CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, Gemma Buckland, Emma Wincup; Part 2 UNRAVELLING CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY; Chapter 4 CRIMINAL JUSTICE, PUBLIC OPINION, FEAR AND POPULAR POLITICS, Lynn Hancock; Chapter 5 MEDIA REPRESENTATIONS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, Yvonne Jewkes; Chapter 6 MINORITIES, CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, Nadia Joanne Britton; Chapter 7 GENDER, CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, Sandra Walklate; Chapter 8 VICTIMS, CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, Graham Wright, Jane Hill; Chapter 9 ISLAM AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE, Basia Spalek; Chapter 10 REGULATION AND CORPORATE CRIME, Dave Whyte; Chapter 11 GLOBALISATION, HUMAN RIGHTS AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURTS, Wayne Morrison; Part 3 DELIVERING CRIMINA JUSTICE; Chapter 12 CRIME PREVENTION, COMMUNITY SAFETY, AND CRIME AND DISORDER REDUCTION, Gordon Hughes; Chapter 13 POLICE AND POLICING, DouglasSharp; Chapter 14 SENTENCING AND COURT PROCESSES, Anthea Hucklesby; Chapter 15 YOUTH CRIME AND YOUTH JUSTICE, Barry Goldson; Chapter 16 PROBATION AND COMMUNITY PENALTIES, Mike Nash; Chapter 17 THINKING ABOUT IMPRISONMENT, JoeSim; Chapter 18 RESTORATIVE AND INFORMAL JUSTICE1, Gerry Johnstone; Chapter 19 CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN SCOTLAND, Anne Reuss; Index, Anne Reuss;
John Muncie, Open University, David Wilson University of Central England, Birmingham