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Crime and Harm 2



Part 1 outlined why conventional criminological approaches are considered inadequate for understanding crime in contemporary societies.


Part Two considers an alternative, in terms of Hillyard and Tombs’ (2005) conception of a social harm approach - one that widens the way we see crime to include various forms of "detrimental activity" based around the concept of moral culpability.

Crime and Harm: Part 2

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