Crime and social control in a changing China [electronic resource] / edited by Jianhong Liu, Lening Zhang, and Steven F. Messner.

Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
1st ed.
Published/​Created
Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 2001.
Description
1 online resource (213 p.)

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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Language note
English
Contents
  • ""Contents""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Introduction: Impact of Market Transition Changing Crime and Social Control in China""; ""PART I Social Transition and Crime in China""; ""CHAPTER 1 Modernization and Crime Trends in China's Reform Era""; ""CHAPTER 2 White- Collar Crime: Bribery and Corruption in China""; ""CHAPTER 3 Narcotics Control in China: A Growing Challenge""; ""PART II Chinese Perspectives and the Social Sources of Crime""; ""CHAPTER 4 Criminology in China: Perspectives and Development""; ""CHAPTER 5 Population Migration and Crime in Beijing, China""
  • ""CHAPTER 6 Inequality and Crime in China""""PART III Social Control and Crime Prevention in a Changing Chinese Society""; ""CHAPTER 7 Chinese Social Control: From Shaming and Reintegration to Getting Rich Is Glorious?""; ""CHAPTER 8 Community Integration and the Effectiveness of Social Control""; ""CHAPTER 9 Crime and Crime Control in a Changing China""; ""PART IV Social Transition and the Changing Criminal Justice System""; ""CHAPTER 10 Mixing Inquisitorial and Adversarial Models: Changes in Criminal Procedure in a Changing China""
  • ""CHAPTER 11 New Directions of Chinese Policing in the Reform Era""""CHAPTER 12 Traditions and Changes of Police Culture: Organization, Operation, and Behavior of the Chinese Police""; ""CHAPTER 13 The Recent Development of Juvenile Justice in China""; ""Index""; ""About the Editors and Contributors""
ISBN
0-313-07503-4
OCLC
70721477
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