Crime and Society: Readings in History and Theory

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Mike Fitzgerald, Gregor McLennan, Jennie Pawson
Routledge, 1981 - Social Science - 504 pages
'There is much here that is truly controversial, but nothing that can be ignored.' Times Educational Supplement

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About the author (1981)

Mike Fitzgerald is a former boxer and current boxing judge, matchmaker, and promoter in Wisconsin. Fitzgerald ghostwrote books on 1970s heavyweights Ken Norton and Earnie Shavers and title-contending amputee Craig the Gator Bodzianowski. He lives in Janesville, Wisconsin.

GREGOR McLENNAN is Professor of Sociology at the University of Bristol, UK. He is the author of "Marxism and the Methodologies of History," "Marxism, Pluralism and Beyond," and "Pluralism," and co-author of "Exploring Society," He has also co-edited and contributed to several collections in social and political theory and cultural studies.

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