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Now fully revised, Crime, Justice, and Society is designed not only to introduce students to the core issues of criminology, but also to help them think critically about often-sensationalized topics. This new edition of a now-classic text―both accessible and sophisticated―will be welcomed by students and instructors alike.
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Ronald J. Berger is professor of sociology at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater (UW-W). Marvin D. Free, Jr., is professor of sociology at UW-W. Melissa Deller is senior lecturer in sociology at UW-W. Patrick K. O Brien is assistant professor of sociology at UW-W.Review:
The best introduction to criminology on the market by far. (Erik D. Fritsvold, University of San Diego)
Encourages students to critically assess the causes and patterns of crime, forms of victimization, and institutional responses, and provides a context for understanding the structural complexities related to criminal behavior. (Erik D. Fritsvold, University of San Diego)
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