Fundamentals of Criminal Justice: A Sociological View
The criminal justice system is a key social institution pertinent to the lives of citizens everywhere. Fundamentals of Criminal Justice: A Sociological View, Second Edition provides a unique social context to explore and explain the nature, impact, and significance of the criminal justice system in everyday life. This introductory text examines important sociological issues including class, race, and gender inequality, social control, and organizational structure and function.
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Part 2 Crime and Victimization
Part 3 Law Enforcement
Part 4 Courts and Sentencing
Part 5 Punishment and Corrections
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