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Understanding Criminal Justice: Sociological Perspectives

by Philip Smith and Kristin Natalier SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
10/2004
ISBN:
9780761940319
Format:
Hbk 240 pages
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'This book traverses an impressive array of topics and problems central to law and criminal justice. Its accessibility, contemporary themes and sensitivity to issues of inequality make it a perfect text for students and teachers of sociology, law, criminology, legal studies and other related areas. It is rare to find a book that takes the sociological imagination so successfully into fields that are often viewed as the domain for legal professionals only. The well-chosen examples also make it a valuable resource for scholars with experiences of different justice systems' -

Introduction Theoretical Approaches to Law and Criminal Justice The Law The Police Court Processes and Personnel Punishment Conclusion

Philip Smith: Uni of QLD
Kristin Natalier: Uni of Tas