درباره این کتاب:
As with all book projects this one was influenced by the individuals and groups, too many to name, who are shaping the broader intellectual project by writing about, experiencing, working in and participating in the voluntary sector. Particular thanks go to our contributors who have produced innovative chapters despite the considerable pressures of their ‘day jobs’. We also wish to acknowledge the contribution of those who participated in the ESRC-funded seminar series, The Third Sector in Criminal Justice (RES-451-26-0823), in 2010–2012, during a pivotal time of turbulence for the voluntary sector and what has transpired to be the radical restructuring of criminal justice. Dr Alice Mills, now at the University of Auckland, contributed equally to the initial proposal to the ESRC. We are also grateful to our colleagues past and present who have supported our work in this field since the time when it was below the radar of both criminological and voluntary sector studies. These include, Susanne Karstedt, Clare Griffiths, Michelle Bellham, Anne Worrall, the Research Institute for Social Policy at Keele University and Emma Wincup. The final production of this book was greatly assisted by Rachel Evans. We would also like to thank Julia Willan and her team at Palgrave who displayed endless patience whilst waiting for the manuscript to arrive.
|موضوع اصلی||حقوق کیفری|
|موضوع فرعی||حقوق کیفری|
|نویسنده||Anthea Hucklesby، Mary Corcoran|
|تعداد صفحه||264 صفحه|