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Lessons from International Comparative Criminology Criminal Justice

Edited By John Winterdyk, and Liqun Cao

ISBN 10: 0-9733978-6-1
ISBN 13: 9780973397864
Pub date: 2004
Cover: Hardcover
Pages: 224

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This book is an anthology of 14 esteemed scholars who have made a significant contribution to comparative and international criminology, criminal justice, and law.

The book is an excellent resourse for comparative and international researchers, teachers, and students. The lively discussion reveals the path to distinguished careers in criminology and criminal justice and speculates on where the field is heading. Authors also offer their advice and experiences to students who might be interested in the general discipline. In addition to a selected bibliography, teachers and students will find this to be an invaluable guide.

Authors include:

  • Jan van Dijk, Crime Reduction and Analysis Branch, Centre for International Crime Prevention, Vienna International Centre, Austria
  • David Nelken, Bologna, Italy and Cardiff University, Wales
  • Pat Mayhew, Research, Development and Statistics Directorate, Home Office, U.K.
  • Charles Hou, National Taipei University, Taiwan, R.O.C.
  • Sholomo Shoham, Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Philip Reichel, Department. of Sociology, University of Northern Colorado, USA
  • Irwin Waller, University of Ottawa, Canada
  • Hans-Joerg Albrecht, Max-Plank Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Germany
  • Matti Joutsen, Director, International Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Finland
  • Lode Walgrave, Faculty of Law, K.U. Leuven, Belgium
  • Frances Heidensohn, Department of Politics, University of London, England
  • Peter Grabosky, Regulatory Institutions Network (REGNET), The Australian National University, Australia
  • Roy King, Centre for Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice, University of Wales, Wales
  • David Farrington , Professor of Psychological Criminology,
    Cambridge University, England
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