Criminology , Social Theory and the Challenge of Our Times

@inproceedings{Garland1988CriminologyS,
  title={Criminology , Social Theory and the Challenge of Our Times},
  author={D. Sarah Garland},
  year={1988}
}
Contemporary criminology inhabits a rapidly changing world. The speed and profundity of these changes are echoed in the rapidly changing character of criminology’s subject matter—in crime rates, in crime policy, and in the practices of policing, prevention and punishment. And if we look beyond the immediate data of crime and punishment to the processes that underpin them—to routines of social life and social control, the circulation of goods and persons, the organization of families and… CONTINUE READING

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