Understanding Race And Crime
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2007 M07 1 - 239 páginas
The book provides a conceptual framework in which racism, race and crime might be better understood. It traces the historical origins of how thinking about crime came to be associated with racism and how fears and anxieties about race and crime become rooted in places destabilized by rapid social change.
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racialisation and criminalisation
criminology eugenics and the criminal type
race place and fear of crime
Chapter 4 Offending and victimisation
Chapter 5 Racist violence
Chapter 6 Race policing and disorder
difference or discrimination?
family schooling and peer groups
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