Professor Jeff Ferrell explains cultural criminology as the intersection between cultural dynamics and crime and justice. It is concerned with understanding why crime occurs and how culture affects and is affected by crime. Ferrell discusses debates in the field, future directions, and challenges of researching cultural criminology.
Jeff Ferrell Discusses Cultural Criminology
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