Crime, Risk, and Insecurity: Law and Order in Everyday Life and Political Discourse

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Tim Hope, Richard Sparks
Routledge, 2000 - Law - 275 pages
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This book presents new empirical and conceptual work on the questions of fear, anxiety, risk and trust - both as problems of everyday living and as key themes in the culture and politics of contemporary Western societies. The volume includes contributions from distinguished social researchers from Britain, the United States, Germany and Italy and will be of interest to academics and students in the areas of criminology and sociology.

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