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A unique, accessible text that introduces a broad readership to critical research into 'crime', 'deviance' and conflict through contemporary, in-depth case studies. Tracing the authoritarian legacy of policing civil disturbances, harsh regimes of punishment, deaths in custody and prison protest, diverse issues such as the demonisation of children, the imprisonment of women and the 'war on terror' are explored and analysed.

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Power, Conflict and Criminalisation 2007, Routledge, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9780415422413

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Power, Conflict and Criminalisation 2007, Routledge, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9780415422406

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