6th Edition of Oxford Handbook of Criminology includes Deviant Leisure

Deviant Leisure has made it into the latest edition of the Oxford Handbook of Criminology, collated by a new editorial team of Alison Liebling, Shadd Maruna and Lesley McAra. A new chapter by Keith Hayward and Oliver Smith examines the relationship between consumerism and crime, taking into account the explanations offered by cultural criminology, ultra-realism and deviant leisure perspectives.

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Inclusion in one of the most authoritative collections of criminological thought is a significant achievement and signals the capacity for deviant leisure perspectives to contribute to debate across the discipline and to capture the imagination of a new generation of criminologists.

 

 

 

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