Crime as structured action: doing masculinities, race, class, sexuality, and crime

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[2014]
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Second edition.
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The groundbreaking Crime as Structured Action demonstrates that to understand crime, we must understand how crime operates through a complex series of gender, race, sexual, and class practices In the second edition of this powerful book, Messerschmidt updates both structured action theory as well as several of the original case studies, and he includes a new case study that further brings structured action theory to life. This edition also features expanded discussions of whiteness and sexuality and their relationships to crime.
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subject_facetCrime -- Sociological aspects
Crime -- United States -- Sociological aspects -- Case studies
Criminals -- Social conditions
Criminals -- United States -- Social conditions -- Case studies
Electronic books
Kriminalsoziologie
Strukturation
United States
title_displayCrime as structured action : doing masculinities, race, class, sexuality, and crime
title_fullCrime as structured action : doing masculinities, race, class, sexuality, and crime / James W. Messerschmidt
Crime as structured action [electronic resource] : doing masculinities, race, class, sexuality, and crime / James W. Messerschmidt
title_shortCrime as structured action
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Crime
Criminals
Kriminalsoziologie
Social conditions
Sociological aspects
Strukturation