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1 Introduction 2 Histories of crime 3 Researching crime 4 Enlightenment and early traditions 5 Early sociologies of crime 6 Radicalizing traditions: marxism, feminism and Foucault 7 Crime, social theory and social change 8 Crime, place and space 9 Victims and victimization 10 Crime and property 11 Crime, sexuality and gender 12 Crime, emotion and social psychology 13 Organizational and professional forms of crime 14 Drugs, alcohol, health and crime 15 Thinking about punishment 16 The criminal justice process 17 Police and policing 18 Prisons and imprisonment 19 Green criminology 20 Crime and media 21 Terrorism, state crime and human rights 22 Futures of crime, control and criminology
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Crime -- Sociological aspects.