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Key Concepts in Criminology and Criminal Justice

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 248
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Key Concepts

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12 July 2011

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12 July 2011

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This comprehensive explanation of the major concepts and theories involved in criminology and the criminal justice system offers not only a solid introduction to the subject, but is also a useful reference and revision aid....

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This comprehensive explanation of the major concepts and theories involved in criminology and the criminal justice system offers not only a solid introduction to the subject, but is also a useful reference and revision aid. Organised alphabetically for ease of use, it focuses on the socio-scientific and legal perspectives of the disciplines.

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Provides definitions and explanations of the main concepts and debates within both fields
Considers both the social scientific and legal perspectives of the disciplines
Organised alphabetically and fully crossreferenced for ease of use
Further reading and web resources are provided to allow students to consolidate their knowledge

Introduction
Contents
Table Of Statutes.

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HELENA MCFARQUHAR is an experienced lecturer who has taught at the University of Cambridge, Anglia Ruskin University and is now a Visiting Lecturer at the College of Law in Londo, UK.

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HELENA MCFARQUHAR is an experienced lecturer who has taught at the University of Cambridge, Anglia Ruskin University and is now a Visiting Lecturer at the College of Law in Londo, UK.

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