In This Unique Collection Of Essays, A Diverse Group Of Distinguished Social Theorists Reflect Upon The Intellectual Challenges And Opportunities Presented To Criminology By Recent Transformations In The Social And Intellectual Landscapes Of Contemporary Societies As Each Essay In Its Different Way Reveals, Crime And Punishment Have Ceased To Be Topics That Can Be Contained Within The Bounds Of Any Specialized Discipline Crime And Punishment Now Play Such Integral Roles In The Politics Of Contemporary Societies, Are So Densely Entangled With Our Daily Routines, So Deeply Lodged In Our Emotional Lives, So Vividly Represented In Our Cultural Imagination, That They Easily Escape Any Analytical Box, However Capacious, That Criminology May Develop For Their Containment.
Keith MilesKeith Miles born 1940 is an English author, who writes under his own name and also historical fiction and mystery novels under the pseudonym
- 240 pages
- Criminology and Social Theory (Clarendon Studies in Criminology)
- David Garland
- 10 March 2019 David Garland