Crime and Justice in the Year 2010
This collection of essays on topics central to the future of crime and justice in the United States contains diverse views and analyses by accomplished scholars. It provides students with insights into how criminal justice is likely to change during their lifetimes through realistic descriptions and analyses of the constraints, problems, and issues that will be at the forefront of the field.
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PARTI THE NATURE OF CRIME AND
Explaining Crime in the Year 2010
comprehensive perspective on the future
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