Crime, Justice, and Society: An Introduction to Criminology, 4th ed.

Ronald J. Berger, Marvin D. Free, Jr., Melissa Deller, and Patrick K. O'Brien, eds.
eISBN-13: 9781626374225

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Now fully revised, Crime, Justice, and Society is designed not only to introduce students to the core issues of criminology, but also to help them think critically about often-sensationalized topics. Features of the 4th edition include: A student-friendly, streamlined organization; a focus on the dynamics of race, class, and ethnicity; a chapter on drug-related crime and antidrug laws; firsthand perspectives from offenders, victim, and criminal justice professionals; expanded coverage of government and corporate crime; and discussion of topics in the news such as marijuan laws, sex trafficking, stand-your-ground policies, and more.

Sold By Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc.
ISBNs 9781626372252, 9781626374225
Publish Year 2015
Language English
Number of Pages 485