Comparative histories of crime by Barry Godfrey, Clive Emsley, Graeme Dunstall, Martin Wiener

By Barry Godfrey, Clive Emsley, Graeme Dunstall, Martin Wiener

This e-book goals to either mirror and take ahead present pondering on comparative and cross-national and cross-cultural features of the heritage of crime. Its content material is wide-ranging: a few chapters speak about the price of comparative methods in assisting knowing of comparative historical past, and delivering learn instructions for the longer term; others handle noticeable matters and themes that would be of curiosity to these with pursuits in either background and criminology. total the booklet goals to expand the focal point of the old context of crime and policing to take fuller account of cross-national and cross-cultural elements.

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