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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Criminology 3rd ed isbn 9781138643130

Criminology 2nd ed

ISBN13: 9780415628945
New Edition ISBN: 9781138643130
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781843922841
Published: December 2012
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Tim Newburn's bestselling Criminology provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction for students of the subject, providing the basis for all undergraduate degree courses or modules, and for new postgraduates, in Criminology.

This second edition includes:-

  • a complete update of the text, including more cross referencing and links to further reading, both in print and online;
  • a new chapter on Green Criminology;
  • coverage of all major areas of Criminology and Criminal Justice as well as guidance on how to research, and dissertation/long essay writing;
  • a brand new website which includes answers for all Review Questions in the text, interactive questions for self study for students and assignable questions and customisable PowerPoints for instructors - see inside cover for further details.
      Extensively illustrated and fully updated, this authoritative text is written by a leading criminologist and experienced teacher. Criminology is essential reading for all students of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

Part 1: Understanding Crime and Criminology
1. Understanding Crime and Criminology
2. Crime and Punishment in History
3. Crime Data and Crime Trends
4. Crime and the Media

Part 2: Understanding Crime ae' Theories and Concepts
5. Classicism and Positivism
6. Biological Positivism
7. Psychological Positivism
8. Durkheim, Anomie and Strain
9. The Chicago School, Culture and Subcultures
10. Interactionism and Labelling Theory
11. Control Theories
12. Radical and Critical Criminology
13. Realist Criminology
14. Contemporary Classicism
15. Feminist Criminology
16. Late Modernity, Governmentality and Risk

Part 3: Understanding Crime ae' Types and Trends
17. Victims, Victimization and Victimology
18. White-collar and Corporate Crime
19. Organised Crime
20. Violent and Property Crime
21. Drugs and Alcohol

Part 4: Understanding Criminal Justice
22. Penology and Punishment
23. Understanding Criminal Justice
24. Crime Prevention and Community Safety
25. The Police and Policing
26. Criminal Courts and the Court Process
27. Sentencing and Non-custodial Penalties
28. Prisons and Imprisonment
29. Youth Crime and Youth Justice
30. Restorative Justice

Part 5: Critical Issues in Criminology
31. Race, Crime and Justice
32. Gender, Crime and Justice
33. Criminal and Forensic Psychology
34. Green Criminology
35. Globalisation, Terrorism and Human Rights

Part 6: Doing Criminology
36. Understanding Criminological Research
37. Doing Criminological Research