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Making Sense of Criminology
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Table of Contents

List of Boxes, Figures And Tables.

Acknowledgements.

Preface.

1. Introduction To Criminology.

2. Knowing About Crime.

3. Knowing About The Justice System.

4. Whose Justice Is It?.

5. Explaining Crime And Criminality.

6. Criminology and Social Policy.

7. Blurring The Boundaries: Power, Protest And Pleasure.

8. Criminology In A Changing World.

Resources For Further Study.

Bibliography.

About the Author

Keith Soothill is Professor of Social Research at Lancaster University; Moira Peelo and Claire Taylor are both researching in areas of criminology, also at Lancaster University.

Reviews

"I enjoyed reading Making Sense of Criminology. It is an interesting, accessible, wide-ranging and thoroughly up to date introduction to criminology that should find its way onto many reading lists. Students and teachers alike will find it a valuable resource."
Simon Holdaway, Sheffield University


"This lively and provocative text offers a thoughtful introduction to the issues and debates that constitute the discipline of criminology. Without ducking difficulties, it manages to be both authoritative and concise. I am sure it will encourage new students to 'make sense of criminology'."

Tony Jefferson, Keele University

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