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This paper takes as its point of departure the high level of triviality in much writing on crime and crime control. This is related to what is seen as an oversocialization within criminology, as within so many other fields of social science. Four barriers for understanding are discussed: lack of...
In the 1980s there were major challenges to feminist theory by women of color and by postmodern/poststructuralist theorists. Three modes of feminist enquiry responded to these challenges: class-race-gender, doing gender, and sexed bodies. I assess the contributions and limits of each to...
This article consists of an evaluation of the legacy of the critical criminological tradition in Britain in respect of the understanding of crime and anxiety about crime in the `new times' of post-Fordism. It moves on to an examination of the uneven expression and character of crime and anxiety...
Charles Tittle's (1995) Control Balance suggests that deviance is likely either when people are much more controlled than controlling or when they are much more controlling than controlled. The theory is more subtle than first appearances suggest; it finds control ratios to influence motivation,...
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