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Introduction to Criminal Justice : A Sociological Perspective

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ISBN13:

9780804762595

ISBN10:
0804762597
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
8/7/2013
Publisher(s):
Stanford Univ Pr
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Summary

Introduction to Criminal Justiceis the first textbook to approach theories and practices of criminal justice from a sociological perspective. It empowers students to develop expertise in criminal justice and understand how its central tenants are informed by broader sociological principles and concepts, such as power, race, gender, and class. This text is organized around five themes: justice, police, courts, corrections, and crime control. Offering both foundational and contemporary texts, theoretical and empirical discussions, and quantitative and qualitative approaches, the readings underscore the inextricable relationship between social structures and the criminal justice system. This comprehensive text will expose students to some of the best thinking and research in the field.


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