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Vol 22 No 3 March/April 2017

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Crime Unlimited: Questions for the 21st Century

Edited by: Pat Carlen, Rod Morgan

ISBN13: 9780333725023
ISBN: 0333725026
Published: July 2000
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £131.00

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Comprising nine chapters, this work contexualizes crime and social control within debates about modernism, globalism, risk, and technological innovation. It includes discussion of contemporary issues such as steroid use, gun control, privatized policing and youth scares involving alcopops and drugs. It also re-examines recurring issues about policing and punishment. Contributors include: Rebecca and Russell Dobash, Chris Hale, Dick Hobbs, Ian Loader, Tim Newburn, Howard Parker, Richard Sparks, and Ian Taylor.;This work should be useful to departments of sociology, social policy, criminology, law, and police studies.

Criminal Law
Introduction; P.Carlen and R.Morgan - Landscapes of Protection: The Past, Present and Futures of Policing in an English Town; I.Loader, E.Girling and R.Sparks - The Labour Market and Post-War Crime Trends in England and Wales; C.Hale - Serious Crime Networks: The Police Response to a Local Problem; D.Hobbs and C.Dunnighan - CCTV and the Surveillance Society; C.Norris and G.Armstrong - Policing Public and Private Space in Late Modern Britain; T.Jones and T.Newburn - Respectable, Rural and English: The Lobby Against the Regulation of Firearms in Great Britain; I.Taylor - Illegal leisure: Alcohol, Drugs and the Regulation of Modern Youth; H.Parker - Bodybuilding, Steroids and Violence: Is There a Connection?; R.P.Dobash, L.Monaghan, R.E.Dobash and M.Bloor - Regulating Crime Control; R.Morgan and P.Carlen - Index