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Maguire, Morgan & Reiner: The Oxford Handbook of Criminology 5e

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  • Chapter 1 Situating criminology: On the production and consumption of knowledge about crime and justice Ian Loader and Richard Sparks
  • Chapter 2 Sociological theories of crime Paul Rock
  • Chapter 3 Criminological psychology Clive R. Hollin
  • Chapter 4 Cultural criminology Keith Hayward and Jock Young
  • Chapter 5 Comparing criminal justice David Nelken
  • Chapter 6 Legal constructions of crime Nicola Lacey and Lucia Zedner
  • Chapter 7 Overtaking on the left? The politics of law and order in the 'Big Society' David Downes and Rod Morgan
  • Chapter 8 Criminal statistics and the construction of crime Mike Maguire
  • Chapter 9 Mediated mayhem: media, crime, criminal justice Chris Greer and Robert Reiner
  • Chapter 10 Public opinion, crime, and criminal justice Mike Hough and Julian V. Roberts
  • Chapter 11 Casino capital's crimes: political economy, crime, and criminal justice Robert Reiner
  • Chapter 12 Gender and crime Frances Heidensohn and Marisa Silvestri
  • Chapter 13 Ethnicities, racism, crime, and criminal justice Coretta Phillips and Ben Bowling
  • Chapter 14 Victims, the criminal process, and restorative justice Carolyn Hoyle
  • Chapter 15 Mentally disordered off enders, mental health, and crime Jill Peay
  • Chapter 16 Developing socio-spatial criminology Anthony Bottoms
  • Chapter 17 Youth crime and justice: rediscovering devolution, discretion, and diversion? Rod Morgan and Tim Newburn
  • Chapter 18 Critical debates in developmental and life-course criminology Lesley McAra and Susan McVie
  • Chapter 19 Violent crime Fiona Brookman and Amanda Robinson
  • Chapter 20 The organization of serious crimes for gain Michael Levi
  • Chapter 21 White-collar and corporate crime David Nelken
  • Chapter 22 Terrorism and counter-terrorism Martin Innes and Michael Levi
  • Chapter 23 Drugs, alcohol, and crime Fiona Measham and Nigel South
  • Chapter 24 State crime: a dialectical view Penny Green and Tony Ward
  • Chapter 25 Governing security: pluralization, privatization, and polarization in crime control and policing Trevor Jones
  • Chapter 26 Crime prevention and community safety Adam Crawford and Karen Evans
  • Chapter 27 Policing and the police Tim Newburn and Robert Reiner
  • Chapter 28 From suspect to trial Andrew Sanders and Richard Young
  • Chapter 29 Sentencing: theory, principle, and practice Andrew Ashworth and Julian Roberts
  • Chapter 30 Prison life, penal power, and prison effects Alison Liebling and Ben Crewe
  • Chapter 31 Community penalties, probation, and offender management Peter Raynor
  • Chapter 32 Out of court, out of sight? Criminal sanctions and non-judicial decision-making Nicola Padfield, Rod Morgan, and Mike Maguire
  • Chapter 33 Offender treatment and rehabilitation: what works? Friedrich Lösel