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D315 Crime, order and social control.

D315 Crime, order and social control.

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Published by Open University in [Milton Keynes] .
Written in English


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StatementJohn Muncie ... [Et Al.].
ContributionsMuncie, John., Open University. Crime, Order and Social Control Team.
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Open LibraryOL17567759M

Book Author(s) John Muncie, Eugene McLaughlin, Open University. Crime, order and social control, Open University. D Crime, Order and Social Control Date Publisher Sage in association with the Open University Pub place London Edition 2nd ed Volume Crime, order and social control ISBN , ISBN


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