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Communities, social exclusion and crime

Grieve, John
June 4, 2015

Source: (2004) London: The Smith Institute. Downloaded 1 April 2005.

This group of essays attempts to throw light on the complex interaction of crime, justice, social exclusion and community cohesion and how they affect people’s lives. The essays explore new ways to structure thinking about measures to alter those impacts. (excerpt)


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