Table of contents for International criminology : a critical introduction / Rob Watts, Judith Bessant and Richard Hil.

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INTRODUCTION 
THEORETICAL TRADITIONS AND HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES
CHAPTER 1 WHAT IS CRIME? HOW CRIMINOLOGISTS THINK ABOUT CRIME
CHAPTER 2 THE ORIGINS OF MODERN CRIMINOLOGY
CHAPTER 3 THE CONSOLIDATION OF MODERN CRIMINOLOGY
CHAPTER 4 DISSENTING CRIMINOLOGY
ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY CRIMINOLOGY 
CHAPTER 5 A GUIDE TO READING AND THINKING ABOUT CRIMINOLOGY
CHAPTER 6 EXPLAINING CRIME: UNEMPLOYMENT AND CRIME
CHAPTER 7 EXPLAINING CRIME: CRIME AND THE FAMILY
CHAPTER 8 CRIMINOLOGY AND THE LURE OF CRIME PREVENTION
CHAPTER 9 CRIMINAL JUSTICE: VICTIMOLOGY AND THE VICTIM
CHAPTER 10 CRIMINOLOGY AND CORPORATE CRIME
CHAPTER 11 CRIMINOLOGY AND STATE CRIME
CONCLUSION 	 TOWARDS A REFLEXIVE CRIMINOLOGY

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Criminology.
Crime.