Urban crime prevention, surveillance, and restorative justice: effects of social technologies

Social technology in criminology: the relationship between criminology and social policy / Paul Knepper, Jonathan Doak and Joanna Shapland -- Print culture and the creation of public knowledge about crime in eighteenth-century London / Robert Shoemaker -- Repeat burglary victimisation in a major cit...

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Other Authors: Knepper, Paul
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: Boca Raton [u.a.] Taylor & Francis c2009
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Summary:Social technology in criminology: the relationship between criminology and social policy / Paul Knepper, Jonathan Doak and Joanna Shapland -- Print culture and the creation of public knowledge about crime in eighteenth-century London / Robert Shoemaker -- Repeat burglary victimisation in a major city: long-term patterns / Anthony Bottoms and Andrew Costello -- In the frame: twentieth century discourses about representations of crime in fictional media / Chas Critcher -- Fingerprint and photograph: surveillance technologies in the manufacture of suspect social identities / Paul Knepper and Clive Norris -- Electronically monitoring offenders and penal innovation in a telematic society / Mike Nellis -- Key elements of restorative justice alongside adult criminal justice / Joanna Shapland -- State, community and transition: restorative youth conferencing in Northern Ireland / Jonathan Doak and David O'Mahony -- Restorative justice and anti-social behaviour interventions as contractual governance: constructing the citizen consumer / Adam Crawford -- Restorative justice: five dangers ahead / Nils Christie
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description:XXXIII, 223 S
ISBN:9781420084375