Understanding Race and Crime

McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, 2007 M07 1 - 256 páginas
Understanding Race and Crime critically introduces debates and controversies about race, crime and criminal justice to an undergraduate and postgraduate social science audience. In providing a comprehensive and critical review, the book focuses on the British context and serves as an excellent introductory text. Topics critically evaluated range from disputes about the efficacy of empirical data, to consideration of appropriate theoretical and methodological frameworks with which to interpret this data, to an understanding of how 'race' comes to be associated with crime through analysis of the nature of racism.

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