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As is argued elsewhere in the reviews for this issue, criminology has been somewhat complacent in the acceptance of a framework for comparative analysis that is all too often restricted to the British Isles, European Union, or - for the adventurous - North America and Canada. In Transnational and Comparative Criminology, James Sheptycki and Ali Wardak present a convincing case for a less parochial perspective.

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Oxford University Press

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46 (3)


536 - 538