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  1. Advancing Qualitative Methods in Criminology and Criminal Justice

    Edited by Heith Copes

    For several decades qualitative research has been under-represented in criminological and criminal justice research. This book is designed to promote the understanding of qualitative research designs and to encourage their use among those seeking answers to questions about crime and justice. To...

    Published May 30th 2013 by Routledge

  2. Advancing Quantitative Methods in Criminology and Criminal Justice

    Edited by Travis C. Pratt

    Advancing Quantitative Methods in Criminology and Criminal Justice is designed to promote the understanding of various quantitative research methods and to encourage their use among those seeking answers to questions about crime and justice. To this end a number of top scholars have been...

    Published May 30th 2013 by Routledge

  3. Biology and Criminology

    The Biosocial Synthesis

    By Anthony Walsh

    Series: Routledge Advances in Criminology

    Numerous criminologists have noted their dissatisfaction with the state of criminology. The need for a new paradigm for the 21st century is clear. However, many distrust biology as a factor in studies of criminal behavior, whether because of limited exposure or because the orientation of...

    Published July 10th 2012 by Routledge

  4. Education and Global Justice

    Edited by Michele Schweisfurth, Clive Harber

    Education and Global Justice discusses key themes concerning the relationship between education and global justice in a varied series of highly relevant national contexts. Major international issues such as war, conflict and peace, social justice and injustice, multicultural education, inclusion,...

    Published December 1st 2011 by Routledge

  5. A Wider Social Role for Sport

    Who's Keeping the Score?

    By Fred Coalter

    Sport is perceived to have the potential to alleviate a variety of social problems and generally to ‘improve’ both individuals and the communities in which they live. Sport is promoted as a relatively cost effective antidote to a range of social problems – often those stemming from social exclusion...

    Published November 27th 2007 by Routledge

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