Understanding Public Attitudes to Criminal Justice
Key reading for students in criminology, criminal justice, and media studies, this book is also of value to researchers and those with an interest in crime and the media.
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Public confidence in the criminal justice system
Attitudes to the police
Attitudes to sentencing and the courts
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Understanding Public Attitudes To Criminal Justice
Hough, Mike,Roberts, Julian
Vista previa limitada - 2005
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