Introduction to critical criminology
Introduction to critical criminology

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Introduction to critical criminology

Further reading

Carrington, K. and Hogg, R. (eds) (2002) Critical Criminology: Issues, Debates, Challenges, Cullompton, Willan.
Garland, D. (2005) ‘Of crimes and criminals: the development of criminology in Britain’ in Maguire, M., Morgan, R. and Reiner, R. (eds) Oxford Handbook of Criminology, Oxford, Oxford University Press.
Walters, R. (2003) Deviant Knowledge: Criminology, Politics and Policy, Cullompton, Willan.
Watts, R., Bessant, J. and Hil, R. (2008) International Criminology: A Critical Introduction, London, Routledge.
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