Crime, Criminality and Criminal Justice by Rob WhiteCrime, Criminality and Criminal Justice by Rob White

Crime, Criminality and Criminal Justice

byRob White, Santina Perrone

Paperback | February 28, 2015

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Crime, Criminality and Criminal Justice equips readers with everything they need to know for beginning studies in crime and criminology. This comprehensive introduction explores a broad range of topics including criminological theory; types and causes of crime; social inequality anddifference; victimology; crime prevention; and institutions of criminal justice. It includes new chapters on "Eco-crime and Green Criminology", Cyber-Crime and New Information Technologies, and Juvenile Justice. The second edition includes learning support features of margin definitions, issues for consideration, discussion questions and further reading suggestions in each chapter to help students understand key concepts. Written in an engaging and student-friendly style, this book enables readers to relatetheory to real world examples and provides a clear and accessible foundation in crime and criminal justice in Australian society.
Rob White is a Professor of Criminology, School of Social Sciences, University of Tasmania. Santina Perrone has extensive experience in teaching and applied criminology at the University of Melbourne, the Australian Institute of Criminology, the Victorian Department of Justice and the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation.
Title:Crime, Criminality and Criminal JusticeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:800 pages, 9.65 × 7.48 × 0 inPublished:February 28, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195520122

ISBN - 13:9780195520125

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Table of Contents

PART 1: CRIME AND CRIMINALITYIntroduction1. Doing Criminology2. Crime and the Media3. Traditional Criminological Theory4. Mainstream Perspectives5. Challenges to Criminological Orthodoxies6. Victims and Victimology7. Crime and Social Inequality8. Crime and Social Difference9. Crimes against Property10. Crimes against Person11. Crimes against Convention12. Crimes of the Powerful13. Transnational Crimes and Global Criminology14. Eco-Crime and Green Criminology15. Cyber-crime and New Information TechnologiesPART 2: INSTITUTIONS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE16. Police Roles and Techniques17. Different Policing for Different People18. Forensic Studies19. Law and the Legal Profession20. Courts and Court Processes21. Juvenile Justice22. Access and Alternatives to Justice23. Judicial Decisions and Sentencing24. Punishment and Penalty25. Incarceration and Prisonisation26. Community Corrections27. Recidivism, Rehabilitation and Restorative Justice28. Crime Prevention