Crime and Criminology: An Introduction

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Oxford University Press, 2000 - Criminology - 242 pages
This book identifies basic approaches within criminology, including classical, biological and psychological positivist, labeling, Marxist, feminist, republican, left realist, new right, and critical. The book discusses the strengths and weaknesses of each perspective and its contribution to the field as a whole.

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