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  1. Understanding Criminal Justice in Hong Kong

    Edited by Eric Wing Hong Chui, T. Wing Lo

    Understanding Criminal Justice in Hong Kong provides a much-needed overview of the criminal justice system in Hong Kong. It is designed to be used as a text for students studying this subject as part of a wider course in criminal justice, police studies, law or social work, and for practitioners...

    Published July 31st 2008 by Willan

  2. Criminalising Social Policy

    Anti-social Behaviour and Welfare in a De-civilised Society

    By John Rodger

    Recent legislative and policy developments in contemporary Britain have ushered in a new approach to criminal justice. The focus on criminal dispositions and welfarism has given way to a strategy which now involves the management of social exclusion, dysfunctional and anti-social families and...

    Published July 3rd 2008 by Willan

  3. Investing in Children

    Policy, Law and Practice in Practice

    By Christine Piper

    This book brings together insights from a range of disciplines, including law, sociology, criminology and history, to identify and explain the complex and inter-related factors which help or hinder the state to 'invest' in children and young people. The first part of the book examines the '...

    Published June 30th 2008 by Willan

  4. Young People, Crime and Justice

    By Roger Hopkins Burke

    This book is about the involvement of young people in criminality and the subsequent response of the authorities to their activities. It provides a comprehensive and detailed introduction to these themes, and is intended primarily for second- or third-level undergraduates or those commencing...

    Published June 30th 2008 by Willan

  5. Sex as Crime?

    Edited by Gayle Letherby, Kate Williams, Philip Birch, Maureen E Cain

    This book brings together chapters by academics, researchers and practitioners to analyse how crimes such as sex work, domestic violence and rape and sexual assault have risen up the Government agenda in recent years. For example, the 'Paying the Price' consultation exercise on sex work in 2004,...

    Published June 30th 2008 by Willan

  6. Crimes Against Nature

    Environmental Criminology and Ecological Justice

    By Rob White

    Crimes Against Nature provides a systematic account and analysis of the key concerns of green criminology, written by one of the leading authorities in the field. The book draws upon the disciplines of environmental studies, environmental sociology and environmental management as well as...

    Published May 31st 2008 by Willan

  7. Restorative Justice, Self-interest and Responsible Citizenship

    By Lode Walgrave

    Lode Walgrave has made a highly significant contribution to the worldwide development of the restorative justice movement over the last two decades. This book represents the culmination of his vision for restorative justice. Coming to the subject from a juvenile justice background he initially saw...

    Published May 31st 2008 by Willan

  8. In the Shadow of Prison

    Families, Imprisonment and Criminal Justice

    By Helen Codd

    This book provides an up-to-date, accessible introduction to the relationship between families, prisons and penal policies in the United Kingdom. It explores current debates in relation to prisoners and their families, and introduces the reader to relevant theoretical approaches. Interdisciplinary...

    Published March 31st 2008 by Willan

  9. Dictionary of Youth Justice

    Edited by Barry Goldson

    This Dictionary explicitly addresses the historical, legal, theoretical, organisational, policy, practice, research and evidential contexts within which 'modern' youth justice in the UK and beyond is located. The entries cover a spectrum of theoretical orientations and conceptual perspectives and...

    Published March 31st 2008 by Willan

  10. Governing Through Globalised Crime

    Futures for International Criminal Justice

    By Mark J. Findlay

    Governing through Globalised Crime provides an analysis of the impact of globalisation of crime on the governance capacity of the international criminal justice system. It explores how the perceived increased risk in global security has resulted in a reformulation of the relationship between crime...

    Published March 31st 2008 by Willan