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Criminological Controversies: A Methodological Primer
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Criminological Controversies: A Methodological Primer (Paperback)

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A lucid text addressed to students and scholars, this book explores some of the key controversies that have stimulated the scientific study of crime: disputes about the connections between gender, class, and crime; policing; the criminality of our cities; the role of peer groups in the causes of crime; and links between drugs and crime. In pursuing the resolution of key controversies surrounding these and other issues, the authors introduce students to fundamental methods of research and analysis. The book matches the methods of the field with important theoretical and empirical issues, giving students a sense of direct experience in criminological research and conveying the process and excitement of generating satisfying insights into important questions about crime.

Philosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesCrime & criminologyPhilosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesSocial issues & processesPhilosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesSocial welfare & social servicesEmergency servicesPolice & security services Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc Publication Date: 31/05/1996 ISBN-13: 9780813310848  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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John Hagan, professor at Northwestern University, is the author of Structural Criminology and other books on crime. A. R. Gillis and David Brownfield are professors in the Sociology Department at the University of Toronto. John Hagan, professor at Northwestern University, is the author of Structural Criminology and other books on crime. A. R. Gillis and David Brownfield are professors in the Sociology Department at the University of Toronto. John Hagan, professor at Northwestern University, is the author of Structural Criminology and other books on crime. A. R. Gillis and David Brownfield are professors in the Sociology Department at the University of Toronto. John Hagan, professor at Northwestern University, is the author of Structural Criminology and other books on crime. A. R. Gillis and David Brownfield are professors in the Sociology Department at the University of Toronto.

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