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The Exclusive Society: Social Exclusion, Crime and Difference in Late Modernity
From Inclusive to Exclusive Society Crime and Discord in an Age of Late Modernity Cannibalism and Bulimia Essentialising the Other Demonisation and the Creation of Monstrosity The Criminology ofExpand
The Vertigo of Late Modernity
Crossing the Borderline The Disembededness of Everyday Life The Genesis of Othering The Attractions of Hiatus The Vertigo of Late Modernity Turbo-Charged Capitalism Blurring the Binary VisionExpand
The Criminological Imagination
Introduction: The Legacy of C. Wright Mills 1. Closing Down the Imagination 2. Measurement and the Sexologists 3. Amnesia and the Art of Skating on Thin Ice 4. The Bogus of Positivism 5. TheExpand
Making good
The Causes and Cures of Criminality.by Hans J. Eysenck and Gisli H. Gudjonsson Plenum: 1989. Pp.309. $41.40.
Cultural Criminology: An Invitation
This title is the winner of the ASC Distinguished Book Award for International Research! 'Beautifully written and superbly conceived, with illustrations and examples that combine theory and practiceExpand
What is to be done about law and order
The authors of this seminal work challenge many of the Left's traditional attitudes toward crime and policing, proposing instead a rigorous, new Left realism for the issues raised.
The New Criminology: For a Social Theory of Deviance
Introduction to the 40th Anniversary Edition by Jock Young, Forward by Alvin W. Gouldner, 1, Classical criminology and the positivist revolution, 2. The appeal of positivism, 3. Durkheim and theExpand
The manufacture of news;: Social problems, deviance and the mass media
How do the mass media respond to deviant behaviour and social problems? Illustrated by material ranging from drug-taking and mugging to racial and industrial conflict, questions the effects andExpand
Merton with Energy, Katz with Structure:
This article traces the impact of economic and cultural globalization pointing to the consequent rise of widespread resentment and tension both within the First World and internationally.Expand