Crime, Criminality and Criminal Justice includes everything students need to know as they begin their study of crime and criminology. The book includes comprehensive coverage of key first year topic areas including 'What is Crime/Types of Crime', 'Crime Theory', 'Systems and Institutions of Crime', 'Crime and Social Inequality and Difference', and 'Criminal Justice'.
Part 1: Crime & Criminality 1. Doing Criminology 2. Crime and the Media 3. Traditional Criminological Theory 4. Mainstream Perspectives 5. Challenges to Criminological Orthodoxies 6. Victims and Victimology 7. Crime and Social Inequality 8. Crimes and Social Difference 9. Crimes against Property 10. Crimes against the Person 11. Crimes against Convention 12. Crimes of the Powerful 13. Transnational Crimes and Global Criminology Part 2: Institutions of Criminal Justice 14. Police Roles & Techniques 15. Different Policing for Different People 16. Forensic Studies 17. Law and the Legal Profession 18. Courts and Court Processes 19. Access & Alternatives to Justice 20. Judicial Decisions & Sentencing 21. Punishment & Penalty 22. Incarceration & Prisonisation 23. Community Corrections 24. Recidivism, Rehabilitation & Restorative Justice 25. Crime Prevention
Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 500
Published: 4th January 2010
Publisher: Oxford University Press Australia
Dimensions (cm): 24.6 x 19.2
Weight (kg): 1.25