Crime and Social Exclusion
June 1998, Wiley-Blackwell
2. Creating a Safer Society: David Donnison.
3. Linking Housing Changes to Crime: Alan Murie.
4. The Local Politics of Inclusion: the State and Community Safety: John Pitts and Tim Hope.
5. Dangerous Futures: Social Exclusion and Youth Work in Late Modernity: Alan France and Paul Wiles.
6. Anti-racism and the Limits of Equal Opportunities Policies in the Criminal Justice System: David Denney.
7. Probation and Social Exclusion: David Smith and John Stewart.
8. Criminal Policy and the Eliminative Ideal: Andrew Rutherford.
9. Framing the Other: Criminality, Social Exclusion and Social Engineering in Developing Singapore: John Clammer.
10. The New Social Policy in Britain: Catherine Jones Finer.
Mike Nellis is Lecturer in the Department of Social Policy and Social Work at the University of Birmingham.
* Addresses topical issues, in view of worldwide concerns about rising crime rates and European concerns about social policy.
* Contains wide-ranging, comprehensive and original coverage of the subject by contributors who are foremost in their fields.
"Crime and Social Exclusion is an excellent collection of essays which together provide a timeley introduction to important aspects of current debates about processes of social inclusion and exclusion, community and neighbourhood decline, youth crime and criminal justice systems, and the way that state politics and policies intervene in all this. It should be read widely in policy and academic circles and is likely to appear on some quite diverse student reading lists." Robert MacDonald, University of Teesside