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Criminal Event : An Introduction to Criminology (Study Guide)

Criminal Event : An Introduction to Criminology (Study Guide) - 96 edition

ISBN13: 978-0534264505

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Publisher: Wadsworth, Inc
Published: 1996
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Criminal Event : An Introduction to Criminology (Study Guide) - 96 edition

ISBN13: 978-0534264505

Vincent Sacco, Leslie Kennedy and Peggy Plass

ISBN13: 978-0534264505
ISBN10: 0534264506
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 96
Publisher: Wadsworth, Inc

Published: 1996
International: No
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Benefits :

  • The organizing theme of criminology as a unified event presents the various aspects of criminology in a manner easily understood by students.
  • Less expensive and smaller than competing texts.
  • Presents all of the core information necessary in an engaging and unique mannerQwith extensive, up-to-date coverage of criminological theories, backed by research drawn from the major journals.
  • Contains information, data, and statistics from many different countries to provide a comparative look at criminology.

Author Bio

Sacco, Vincent : Queen's University


Vincent Sacco is a Professor of Sociology at Queen's University in KingstonOntario. After receiving his BA (from MacMaster University), MA (from theUniversity of Western Ontario) and PhD (from the University of Alberta), hetaught at a number of Canadian universities before coming to Queen's in1984. He has written extensively on the causes and consequences ofcriminal victimization and on the relationship between crime and popularculture.


Kennedy, Leslie : Rutgers University


Plass, Peggy : University of Virginia

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