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As relevant to today's debates about law and order and punishment as when they were published, titles in this set put forward the central principle that it is impossible to think about contemporary problems without thinking about society. Covering topics such as youth crime, legal aid, youth detention and the causes of criminal behaviour, titles in this set are still key to any study of law and criminology. Volumes in this set are: Comparative Criminology [Part 1] , Hermann Mannheim (1965) Hb: 0-415-17731-6: 431pp: u65.00 Comparative Criminology [Part 2] , Hermann Mannheim (1965) Hb: 0-415-17732-4: 383pp: u65.00 Crime: An Analytical Appraisal , Manuel Lopez-Rey (1970) Hb: 0-415-17733-2: 292pp: u65.00 The Criminal Area , Terence Morris (1957) Hb: 0-415-17735-9: 216pp: u65.00 Criminal Justice and Social Reconstruction , Hermann Mannheim (1946) Hb: 0-415-17736-7: 300pp: u65.00 The Education of Borstal Boys , Erica Stratta (1970) Hb: 0-415-17737-5: 240pp: u65.00 The English Prison and Borstal Systems , Lionel W. Fox (1952) Hb: 0-415-17738-3: 494pp: u65.00 The Explanation of Criminality , Gordon Trasler (1962) Hb: 0-415-17739-1: 144pp: u65.00 Group Problems in Crime and Punishment , Her