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Cultural Criminology

Anne Wade

253 pages
Arcler Education Inc
Cultural Criminology is the book introduces the term ‘criminology’ and the global perspective of the crime and justice. There is some major politics related to culture criminology and a criminological perspective of terrorism that have been discussed in the first half of this book. The description regarding the media and the way they represent the cultural crimes, the methods which are used to provoke cultural crimes and about organized crimes in context to society has been provided in this book. This book provides insights about the laws which are associated with the cultural criminology to the reader. This book provides a clear conceptualization about the cultural and critical criminology and the ways that can be opted in order to control the crimes and social orders.
Author Bio
Dr. Anne Wade has been a researcher and an instruction in the Criminal Justice field for 27 years. She is currently an Associate Professor at a Community College in North Carolina. She holds an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and a Ph.D. in Public Safety Leadership/Criminal Justice. Her research interests are in Criminology, Victimology, and the Human Services. She is married to Wesley Wade. She is an artist, writer, research, teacher, and trainer.