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Cultural Criminology: An Invitation, Second Edition

BY JEFF FERRELL, PROFESSOR OF SOCIOLOGY, KEITH HAYWARD AND JOCK YOUNG

SAGE, 2015

Cultural Criminology: An Invitation traces the history, current configuration, methodological innovations and future trajectories of cultural criminology, mapping the intellectual and political terrain of this emerging field. The book highlights and analyzes issues of representation, meaning and politics in relation to crime and criminal justice, covering areas such as crime and the media, popular culture, consumerism, globalization and social control. — Will Konig




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