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Comparative Criminal Justice Making Sense of Difference (Paperback)

Author:  David Nelken
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1847879373
ISBN-13: 9781847879370
Sku: 215869657
Publish Date: 5/7/2010
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 7.75H x 5L x 0.25T
Pages:  136
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The increasingly important topic of comparative criminal justice is examined from an original and insightful perspective by one of the top scholars in the field. Addressing the need for a globalized criminology, David Nelken looks at why we should study crime and criminal justice in a comparative and international context, and the difficulties we encounter when we do. Evaluating ''global'' trends in crime, risk and security, the book draws upon the author''s experience of working in a number of settings around the world. A range of case studies are included to illustrate the discussion, covering areas such as white collar crime, juvenile delinquency, and organized crime.
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The increasingly important topic of comparative criminal justice is examined from an original and insightful perspective by one of the top scholars in the field. Addressing the need for a globalized criminology, David Nelken looks at why we should study crime and criminal justice in a comparative and international context, and the difficulties we encounter when we do. Evaluating 'global' trends in crime, risk and security, the book draws upon the author's experience of working in a number of settings around the world. A range of case studies are included to illustrate the discussion, covering areas such as white collar crime, juvenile delinquency, and organized crime.
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