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Introduction to critical criminology For reference, full URLs to pages listed above: OpenLearn – www.open.edu/openlearn/free-courses Visiting our online prospectus – www.open.ac.uk/courses Access Courses – www.open.ac.uk/courses/do-it/access Certificates – www.open.ac.uk/courses/certificates-he Newsletter – www.open.edu/openlearn/about- openlearn/subscribe-the-openlearn-newsletter Page 37 of 44 26th May 2017 http://www.open.edu/openlearn/people-politics-law/introduction-critical-criminology/content- section-0
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Introduction to critical criminology References Becker, H. (1963) Outsiders: Studies in the Sociology of Deviance , New York, The Free Press. Bonger, W. (2008 [1916]) Criminality and Economic Conditions , Charleston, SC, BiblioBazaar. Kropotkin, P. (1992 [1898]) ‘Law and authority’ in Woodcock,G. (ed.) Words of a Rebel , Montreal/New York, Black Rose Books. McLaughlin, E., Muncie, J. and Hughes G. (2003) Criminological Perspectives , London, Sage. Mander, A. (1947) Logic to the Millions , London, Philosophical Library Muncie, J. (2001) ‘New Criminology’, in McLaughlin, E. and Muncie, J. (eds) The Sage Dictionary of Criminology , London, Sage. Muncie, J. (2004) Youth and Crime: An introduction , London, Sage. Rafter, N. (2009) The Origins of Criminology: A Reader , London, Routledge. Page 38 of 44 26th May 2017 http://www.open.edu/openlearn/people-politics-law/introduction-critical-criminology/content- section-0
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Introduction to critical criminology Rusche, G. and Kirchheimer, O. (1939) Punishment and Social Structure , New York, ColumbiaUniversity Press. Scraton, P. and Chadwick, K. (1991) ‘The theoretical and political priorities of critical criminology’ in Stenson, K (ed.), The Politics of Crime Control , London, Sage Simon, J. Governing Through Crime: How the Fear of Crime Transformed American Democracy and Created a Culture of Fear , New York, OxfordUniversity press. Sutherland, E.H. (1949) White Collar Crime , New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Taylor, I., Walton, P. and Young, J. (1973) The New Criminology , London, Routledge and Kegan Paul. Tombs, S. and Whyte, D. (2010) Regulatory Surrender: Death, Injury and the Non-Enforcement of Law , London, Institute of Employment Rights. Williams, F. P. and McShane, M.D. (1999) Criminological Theory , Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall. Young, J. (2002) ‘Critical criminology in the twenty-first century: critique, irony and the always unfinished’ in Carrington, K. and Hogg, R. (eds) Critical Criminology: Issues, Debates, Challenges , Cullompton, Willan, pp. 251–74. Page 39 of 44 26th May 2017 http://www.open.edu/openlearn/people-politics-law/introduction-critical-criminology/content- section-0
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Introduction to critical criminology Further reading Carrington, K. and Hogg, R. (eds) (2002) Critical Criminology: Issues, Debates, Challenges , Cullompton, Willan.
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