This book provides an overview and critical engagement with the literature on crime. The book focuses on modern Britain since the nineteenth century, covering all aspects of crime - from those committed on the street and within the home, to offences and abuse conducted on an international scale. Bringing together authors of different areas of specialist expertise, the book synthesises a large amount of material into a concise, accessible and attractive textbook, and locates the multi-faceted dimension of crime in everyday life firmly within historical, contemporary, and comparative contexts.
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(234mm x 156mm x 12mm)
Oxford University Press
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