- Jewkes, Yvonne, 1966-
- Letherby, Gayle.
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- Includes bibliographies and index.
- Introduction PART ONE: APPROACHING THE STUDY OF CRIME: HISTORICAL AND DEFINITIONAL ISSUES Victorian Boys, We are Here! - Geoffrey Pearson Perspectives in Criminological Theory - Sandra Walklate Definitions of Deviance - Howard S Becker Ten Points of Realism - Jock Young Psychology and Crime Behaviour - Peter B Ainsworth The Development of Feminist Perspectives on Crime - Nicole Hahn Rafter and Frances Heidensohn PART TWO: MYTHOLOGIES OF CRIME Crime, Power and Ideological Mystification - Steven Box The Social Construction of Official Statistics - Clive Coleman and Jenny Moynihan Corporate Crime, Official Statistics and the Mass Media - Gary Slapper and Steve Tombs Crime and the Media - David Kidd-Hewitt A Criminological Perspective Folk Devils and Moral Panics - Stanley Cohen The Creation of the Mods and Rockers The Ultimate Neighbour from Hell? Stranger Danger and the Media Framing of Paedophiles - Jerry Kitzinger Crime in Context - Ian Taylor A Critical Criminology of Market Societies PART THREE: CRIME AND SOCIAL STRATIFICATION Bias in the Criminal Justice System - Micheal Cavadino and James Dignan Crime, Culture and Community - Janet Foster White Collar and Corporate Crime - Hazel Croall The Race and Crime Debate - John Lea and Jock Young From Scarman to Stephen Lawrence - Stuart Hall Youth and Crime - John Muncie A Critical Introduction The Myth of Girl Gangs - Susan Batchelor Ordinary Experiences - Elizabeth A Stanko When Men are Victims - Tim Newburn and Elizabeth A Stanko The Failure of Victimology PART FOUR: THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM Cop Culture - Rob Reiner Policing and the Police - Clive Coleman and Clive Norris Key Issues in Criminal Justice The Trial - Frank Belloni and Jacqueline Hodgson The Injudiciary - Andrew Billen Justifications and Purposes of Imprisonment - Ian Dunbar and Anthony Langdon The Closed Emotional World of Security Wing - Stanley Cohen and Laurie Taylor PART FIVE: CRIME CONTROL AND THE FUTURE Crime, Control and the Future - Nigel South Some Theories and Speculations Social Control - Barbara A Hudson Smile, You're on TV - John Naughton They're Watching You - Martin Bright Land of the Free - Gary Younge New Ways to Break the Law - Douglas Thomas Cybercrime and the Politics of Hacking
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