A critical and inter-disciplinary perspective that helps to shed new light upon the intersections between resistance, "race", crime and politicsDr. Basia SpalekReader in Communities & Justice, School of Social Policy, University of Birmingham
A very thoughtful analysis of contemporary issues in race and ethnicity. This book would be well suited to a course on 'Race and Crime' or 'Hate Crime'. I shall be recommending this book to our lead lecturer on these modules.
An important and useful examination of problem constructions relating to race and crime
this will replace the OU book understanding crime on the reading list
I have recommended this book to students due to the coverage of a range of issues on and around the topic. It is an accessible, informative and enjoyable book.
Excellent reader that provides insight into the difficulties faced with racial inequality and those in the criminal justice sector that have to manage them.
A very good title on a complex subject - recommended reading in Citizenship and Identity.
Well written and concise with critical insight into race, policing and criminal justice in Britain. Would suit level 5 and 6 undergraduate courses in this area as well as Masters students and academics.
An extremely informative book looking at various aspects of this difficult subject in ways which are easy for students to take on board. Highly recommended and would be considered an essential read for any student looking at these aspects of their course
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