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Cybercrime 4.0 - Which way now

McGuire, MR (2016) Cybercrime 4.0 - Which way now In: What is to be done about crime and punishment? Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 251-275. ISBN 1137572272

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Abstract

This book responds to the claim that criminology is becoming socially and politically irrelevant despite its exponential expansion as an academic sub-discipline. It does so by addressing the question 'what is to be done' in relation to a number of major issues associated with crime and punishment. The original contributions to this volume are provided by leading international experts in a wide range of issues. They address imprisonment, drugs, gangs, cybercrime, prostitution, domestic violence, crime control, as well as white collar and corporate crime. Written in an accessible style, this collection aims to contribute to the development of a more public criminology and encourages students and researchers at all levels to engage in a form of criminology that is more socially relevant and more useful.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects : Sociology
Divisions : Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences > Department of Sociology
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Date : 12 July 2016
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Date Deposited : 14 Jul 2016 10:32
Last Modified : 14 Jul 2016 10:32
URI: http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/id/eprint/811218

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