Crime and Deviance in Canada

Historical Perspectives

By Chris McCormick, Len Green

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This unique and timely reader brings together twenty-four of the very best and most controversial readings on the history of crime, deviance, and criminal justice in Canada. This text is ideal for use in courses on introductory criminology, crime and deviance, or the Canadian justice system, particularly those with an historical component.

The theme of power relations is a very strong, unifying element—that is, relations of gender, social class, ethnicity, and age. Through such topics as prostitution, prohibition, youth courts, and the regulation of sexuality, we can trace these relations of power and how they link to the definition of crime in society.
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Number of Pages

386

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17.15 " x 24.77”

PDF ISBN

9781551308425

print ISBN

9781551302744

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