Comparative Law and Society
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Comparative Law and Society

Edited by David S. Clark

Comparative Law and Society, part of the Research Handbooks in Comparative Law series, is a pioneering volume that comprises 19 original essays written by expert authors from across the world. This innovative handbook offers both a history of the field of comparative law and society and a thorough exploration of its methods, disciplines, and major issues, presenting the most comprehensive look into this contemporary field to date.
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Chapter 3: Comparative Criminology

Francis Pakes

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3 Comparative criminology Francis Pakes* 1 1 INTRODUCTION Although occasionally seen to be a fringe endeavour within the field of criminology, it is nevertheless clear that comparative research is an important part of the study of criminology and ...

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