Understanding Criminal Justice: Sociological Perspectives

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    This book originated in our teaching experience in the program in Criminology, Criminal Justice and Legal Studies at the University of Queensland. Thanks are due to undergraduate and postgraduate students in those programs for asking the right questions. Our colleagues John Western and Paul Mazzerolle deserve special mention for their support. Jim Davidson of Sage Publications prompted us to write the initial proposal. Thanks are due to Jim, and also to Miranda Nunhofer, Caroline Porter and Ian Antcliff at Sage for overseeing this project. We also extend our deep appreciation to Philippa Smith, for her assistance in proofreading the manuscript. We thank Richard Collier for detailed comments on the draft manuscript.

    This book is dedicated to John Western in recognition of his remarkable contribution to the teaching and research of criminology and sociology in Australia.

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