• Crime and social control in ‘Central’-Eastern Europe: A Guide to Theory and Practice


Aleksandar Fatic
Australian National University
The book provides a comparative analysis of the criminal justice systems in the post-Communist 'transitional' countries of Eastern Europe and examines the underlying value-matrix for changes in the various aspects of these systems.
Keywords criminal justice  transition  democracy
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