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The Cambridge Handbook of Australian Criminology

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Edited by: Adam Graycar, Peter Grabosky

ISBN13: 9780521818452
ISBN: 0521818451
Published: August 2002
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



As a unique work of reference, The Cambridge Handbook of Australian Criminology covers the broad range of contemporary and historical subjects of criminology, combining statistical and narrative analyses. The book provides the most up-to-date figures and facts, traces historical trends in Australian crime and criminal justice, and comprehensively covers the key contemporary issues in Australian criminology. Including valuable crime statistics compiled by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, this book is the complete companion to Australian criminology - the single most important resource for Australian criminology and criminal justice.

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Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , Australia
Contents:
1. Introduction Peter Grabosky and Adam Graycar; 2. Trends in Australian crime and criminal justice Peter Grabosky and Adam Graycar; 3. The criminal justice system - overview and data Australian Bureau of Statistics; 4. The policing complex Tim Prenzler and Rick Sarre; 5. Courts, criminal law and procedure Gregor Urbas and Simon Bronitt; 6. Correctional systems John Dawes and Adam Grant; 7. Illicit drugs and crime Toni Makkai; 8. White collar crime Russell Smith; 9. Homicide Jenny Mouzos; 10. Gender, race, class and crime in Australia Emma Ogilvie and Mark Lynch; 11. Juvenile justice Ian O'Connor and Margaret Cameron; 12. Crime and older people Marianne James and Adam Graycar; 13. Crime and indigenous people Rod Broadhurst; 14. Victims Anna Grant, Fiona David and Bree Cook; 15. Restorative justice and conferencing Kathleen Daly and Hennessey Hayes; 16. Crime prevention in Australia Margaret Cameron and Gloria Laycock.