Doing Criminological Research
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Additional Book Details
The new edition of this bestselling textbook comes completely revised and updated to take students on a guided tour of criminological research.
As a trusted companion, this book brings together a range of experts in the field to provide key perspectives on how to prepare, do and present research. Each chapter comes with a range of learning features and contextualised case studies, giving an in-depth review on conducting research projects. The book:
Includes fascinating case studies on transnational crime and policing, victims, male offenders, institutional abuse and more
Comes with study questions, activities, key terms and a glossary
Includes visual material which highlights and illustrates key points
Contains new chapters on mixed methods; web based criminological research; experimental criminological research and quantitative criminological research
This is the go-to for any student studying criminology, essential to those conducting their own research in the field.
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|Number of Pages||552|