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Richard Collier. Masculinities, Crime and Criminology: Men, Heterosexuality and the Criminal(ised) Other. Sage Publications. 1998. 205pp.

Richard J. Evans. Tales from the German Underworld: Crime and Punishment in the Nineteenth Century. Yale University Press. 1998. 278pp.

Ronald B. Flowers. Female Crime, Criminals, and Cellmates: An Exploration of Female Criminality and Delinquency. McFarland. 1995. 286pp.

Lawrence Meir Friedman. Crime and Punishment in American History: The Price Of Freedom In The History Of American Criminal Justice. Basic Books. 1993. 577pp.

David Kidd-Hewitt; Richard Osborne (editor). Crime and the Media: The Postmodern Spectacle. Pluto Press. 1996. 256pp.

John H. Langbein. Prosecuting Crime in the Renaissance: England, Germany, France. The Lawbook Exchange. 2005. 321pp.

Murray Lee. Inventing Fear of Crime: Criminology and the Politics of Anxiety. Willan Publishing. 2007. 237pp.

Shmuel Lock. Crime, Public Opinion, and Civil Liberties: The Tolerant Public. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1999. 267pp.

Paul Mason. Criminal Visions: Media Representations of Crime and Justice. Willan. 2003. 310pp.

Amy Gilman Srebnick; RenÚ LÚvy (editor). Crime and Culture: An Historical Perspective. Ashgate Publishing. 2005. 225pp.

Edwin H Sutherland. White Collar Crime: The Uncut Version. Yale University Press. 2000. 291pp.

Sandra Walklate. Gender, Crime and Criminal Justice. Willan Publishing. 2004. 237pp.



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