The Criminological Foundations of Penal Policy: Essays in Honour of Roger Hood
Lucia Zedner, Andrew Ashworth
Oxford University Press, 2003 - Criminal justice, Administration of - 553 pages
How have the findings of academic criminologists affected the development of public policy? This is the central question addressed by this collection of essays, which explore the complex relationship between research and policy making.
The Criminological Foundations of Penal Policy is a volume in honour of Roger Hood, Professor of Criminology and Director of the Centre for Criminological Research in the University of Oxford.
The Culture and Power of Criminological
Principles Politics and Criminal Justice
Theoretical Reflections on the Evaluation of
The Historical Development of Criminology
Penal Policy and
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