Table of contents for Criminology : a sociological introduction / Eamonn Carrabine ... [et al.].

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Crime -- Sociological aspects.