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Minorities, Migrants, and Crime
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Minorities, Migrants, and Crime
Diversity and Similarity Across Europe and the United States

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August 1997 | 264 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This ideal resource is the result of an enthusiastic collaboration of authors from both Europe and the United States. Highlighting diversities and similarities found in law enforcement priorities, punishment philosophy and practices, and media coverage, the volume also includes an enlightening discourse on political, scholarly and public issues critical to this area of research.

Ineke Haen Marshall
Minorities, Crime and Criminal Justice in the United States
Marian Fitzgerald
Minorities, Crime and Criminal Justice in Britain
Hanns Von Hofer, Jerzy Sarnecki and Henrik Tham
Minorities, Crime and Criminal Justice in Sweden
Hans-Jorg Albrecht
Minorities, Crime and Criminal Justice in the Federal Republic of Germany
Uberto Gatti, Daniela Malfatti and Alfredo Verde
Minorities, Crime and Criminal Justice in Italy
Pamela Irving Jackson
Minorities, Crime and Criminal Justice in France
Patrick Hebberecht
Minorities, Crime and Criminal Justice in Belgium
Rosemary Barberet and Elisa Garcia-Espana
Minorities, Crime and Criminal Justice in Spain
Willem De Haan
Minorities, Crime and Criminal Justice in The Netherlands
Ineke Haen Marshall
Minorities, Crime and Criminal Justice in the United States
More Similar than Different!

 

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