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Free BJC collection for delegates of the 2016 Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference

Since the dawn of the twenty-first century, criminology has increasingly faced new challenges in terms of what counts as crime, for whom, where, and under what circumstances. The selection of papers chosen from the British Journal of Criminology since 2000 reflects some of the ways in which the new horizons facing the discipline have been met. They all demand disciplinary self-reflection about whose voices count within the discipline and why. Alongside offering a taste of the creative and innovative ways the discipline might explore old ideas in different ways, taken together they provide an insight into some aspects of the 'new horizons' for criminology.

We are delighted to offer delegates of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology conference free online access this collection for a limited time.


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