Crime and Justice: v. 36: Crime, Punishment and Politics in a Comparative Perspective

The goal of Crime and Justice, Volume 36 is to advance the understanding of the determinants of penal policies in developed countries. The contributors explore the distinctive national differences in policy responses to rising crime rates, rapid social change, economic dislocation, and increased ethnic diversity. Countries covered include Great Britain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Canada, Japan, France, Norway, and the United States.