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An accessible, engaging and sophisticated introduction to the challenges of truly comparative research on crime, criminal justice and penal policy-making. This is a gem of a book, that should help to place comparative studies where they belong, at the heart of the criminological enterprisePaul Roberts University of Nottingham
A wonderful, masterly overview of criminal justice from a number of comparative perspective. The detail of the differences outlined and the lessons to be drawn is indeed a valuable contribution to the literature using the latest research
I read the entire manuscript in draft, and my endorsement is printed on the back-cover. My view remains that this is an excellent, pithy and accessible introduction to comparative method in criminal justice, which could contribute to a range of courses at all levels of higher education.
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