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Liebling, Maruna & McAra: The Oxford Handbook of Criminology 6e

Essay questions

  • Chapter 1
    • Paul Rock: The foundations of sociological theories of crime
  • Chapter 2
    • Nicola Lacey & Lucia Zedner: Criminalization: historical, legal, and criminological perspectives
  • Chapter 3
    • David Garland: Punishment and welfare: social problems and social structures
  • Chapter 4
    • Ian Loader and Richard Sparks: Penal populism and epistemic crime control
  • Chapter 5
    • Robert Reiner: Political economy, crime, and criminal justice
  • Chapter 6
    • Rod Morgan and David J. Smith: Delivering more with less: austerity and the politics of law and order
  • Chapter 7
    • Mike Maguire and Susan McVie: Crime data and criminal statistics: a critical reflection
  • Chapter 8
    • Coretta Phillips and Ben Bowling: Ethnicities, racism, crime, and criminal justice
  • Chapter 9
    • Michele Burman and Loraine Gelsthorpe: Feminist criminology: inequalities, powerlessness, and justice
  • Chapter 10
    • Mike Hough and Julian V. Roberts: Public opinion, crime, and criminal justice
  • Chapter 11
    • Chris Greer and Eugene McLaughlin: News power, crime and media justice
  • Chapter 12
    • Paddy Hillyard and Steve Tombs: Social harm and zemiology
  • Chapter 13
    • Keith Hayward and Oliver Smith: Crime and consumer culture
  • Chapter 14
    • Avi Brisman and Nigel South: Green criminology
  • Chapter 15
    • Katja Franko: Criminology, punishment, and the state in a globalized society
  • Chapter 16
    • Mary Bosworth: Border criminology and the changing nature of penal power
  • Chapter 17
    • Kieran McEvoy, Ron Dudai, and Cheryl Lawther: Criminology and transitional justice
  • Chapter 18
    • David Nelken: Rethinking comparative criminal justice
  • Chapter 19
    • Penny Green and Tony Ward: Understanding state crime
  • Chapter 20
    • Martin Innes and Michael Levi: Making and managing terrorism and counter-terrorism: the view from criminology
  • Chapter 21
    • Simon Cottee: Religion, crime, and violence
  • Chapter 22
    • Per-Olof H. Wikström: Character, circumstances, and the causes of crime; towards an analytical criminology
  • Chapter 23
    • Jon Bannister and John Flint: Crime and the city: urban encounters, civility, and tolerance
  • Chapter 24
    • Yvonne Jewkes and Dominique Moran: Prison architecture and design: perspectives from criminology and carceral geography
  • Chapter 25
    • Manuel Eisner: Interpersonal violence on the British Isles, 1200–2016
  • Chapter 26
    • Alistair Fraser and Dick Hobbs: Urban criminal collaborations
  • Chapter 27
    • Lesley McAra and Susan McVie: Developmental and life-course criminology: innovations, impacts, and applications
  • Chapter 28
    • Jill Peay: Mental health, mental disabilities, and crime
  • Chapter 29
    • David Gadd: Domestic violence
  • Chapter 30
    • Jo Phoenix: Prostitution and sex work
  • Chapter 31
    • Toby Seddon: Drugs: consumption, addiction, and treatment
  • Chapter 32
    • Michael Levi and Nicholas Lord: White-collar and corporate crime
  • Chapter 33
    • Joanna Shapland and Anthony Bottoms: Desistance from crime and implications for offender rehabilitation
  • Chapter 34
    • Trevor Jones, Tim Newburn, and Robert Reiner: Policing and the police
  • Chapter 35
    • Adam Crawford and Karen Evans: Crime prevention and community safety
  • Chapter 36
    • Alex Stevens: Principles, pragmatism, and prohibition: explaining continuity and change in British drug policy
  • Chapter 37
    • Andrew Ashworth and Julian V. Roberts: Sentencing
  • Chapter 38
    • Gwen Robinson and Fergus McNeill: Punishment in the community: evolution, expansion, and moderation
  • Chapter 39
    • Ben Crewe and Alison Liebling: Reconfiguring penal power
  • Chapter 40
    • Amy Ludlow: Marketizing criminal justice
  • Chapter 41
    • Lesley McAra: Youth justice
  • Chapter 42
    • Meredith Rossner: Restorative justice in the twenty-first century: making emotions mainstream
  • Chapter 43
    • Alison Liebling, Fergus McNeill, and Bethany E. Schmidt: Criminological engagements