Social Control: Views from the Social Sciences
Jack P. Gibbs
SAGE Publications, 1982 - Social Science - 288 pages
This stimulating collection of original essays offers the reader a number of scientifically-based projections about the future regulation of crime and behaviour. As a state-of-the-art guide to interdisciplinary perspectives on social and bahavioural control, this innovative work will be welcomed by researchers, teachers and students in criminology, sociology, psychology, and the other social sciences.
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