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The Blackwell companion to criminology [electronic resource] / edited by Colin Sumner ; advisory editor William J. Chambliss.



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Publication date:
Malden, Mass. : Blackwell Pub., c2004.
  • Book
  • xix, 516 p. ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Crime, justice, and societies. The social nature of crime and deviance / Colin Sumner
  • Theories of social control and the state between American and European shores / Dario Melossi
  • Criminal justice process and war on crime / Markus Dirk Dubber
  • Criminology, genocide, and modernity : remarks on the companion that criminology ignored / Wayne Morrison. Juvenile delinquency and justice for youth. The criminologists' gang / Jack Katz and Curtis Jackson-Jacobs
  • Youth crime and crime control in contemporary Japan / Mark Fenwick
  • Consumer culture and crime in late modernity / Keith J. Hayward
  • The politics of youth crime and justice in South Africa / Elrena van der Spuy, Wilfried Scharf, and Jeffrey Lever. Punishment and its alternatives. Penal policies and contemporary politics / Pat O'Malley
  • Beyond bricks, bars, and barbed wire : the genesis and proliferation of alternatives to incarceration in the United States / Barry R. Holman and Robert A. Brown
  • Rehabilitation : an assessment of theory and research / Mark W. Lipsey, Nana A. Landenberger, and Gabrielle L. Chapman
  • Female punishment : from patriarchy to backlash? / Laureen Snider. Gender and the masculinity of crime. Beyond bad girls : feminist perspectives on female offending / Meda Chesney-Lind
  • Managing "men's violence" in the criminological arena / Adrian Howe
  • Masculinities and crime : rethinking the "man question"? / Richard Collier
  • "Abominable and detestable" : understanding homophobia and the criminalization of sodomy / Mary Bernstein
  • The gendering and racializing of criminalized others / Elizabeth Comack. Capital, power, and crime. White-collar crime / Amedeo Cottino
  • "Dance your anger and your joys" : multinational corporations, power, "crime" / Frank Pearce and Steve Tombs
  • Globalization and the illicit drugs trade in Hong Kong / K. Joe Laidler
  • Trafficking in human beings and related crimes in West and Central Africa / Alexis A. Aronowitz and Monika Peruffo. Globalization, crime, and information. Globality, glocalization, and private policing : a Caribbean case study / Maureen Cain
  • The rise of the surveillant state in times of globalization / Thomas Mathiesen
  • The politics of crime statistics / William J. Chambliss
  • Two realities of police communication / Aaron Doyle and Richard Ericson
  • Hacktivism : resistance is fertile? / Paul A. Taylor.
Electronic reproduction. New York, N.Y. : Blackwell, 2008. Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Web browser. Title from title screen (viewed on June 27, 2008). Access may be restricted to users at subscribing institutions.
Sumner, Colin.
Related Work:
Blackwell reference online.
Blackwell companions to sociology.

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