Becoming a criminologist

Becoming a criminologistOrder Description
-Summarise the key arguments of the piece in your own words
-Use supporting examples or quotations to justify the argument presented
-Link the key points to current contemporary examples. Do they have current relevance?
-How does Beccaria make his arguments? How is it said?
-Looking at the piece as a whole, is it a significant contribution to criminology and the criminal justice system?

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Beccaria, Cesare, (1996) “On crimes and punishments” from Municie, John; McLaughlin, Eudene & Langan, Mary (eds), Criminology perspectives: A reader pp.4-13 London: Sage Publications Ltd.

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