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Policing China

by Suzanne E. Scoggins

In Policing China, Suzanne E. Scoggins delves into the paradox of China's self-projection of a strong security state while having a weak police bureaucracy. Assessing the problems of resources, enforcement,...


A Descending Spiral

by Marc Bookman

Breakout Author: Author's essays have received the "notable" distinction in seven editions of Best American Essays, including in 2019. This is his first book.

Blurbs/endorsements: Author is mining his connections...


Stitching the 24-Hour City

by Seo Young Park

Stitching the 24-Hour City reveals the intense speed of garment production and everyday life in Dongdaemun, a lively market in Seoul, South Korea. Once the site of uprisings against oppressive working conditions...


The Panoptic Sort

by Oscar H. Gandy Jr.

The Panoptic Sort was published in 1993. Its focus was on privacy and surveillance. But unlike the majority of publications addressing these topics in the United States at the time that were focused on the privacy...


The Love Challenge

by Elisa Jimenez

In a violent world with an increase of family violence there is also correlated an increase of school violence, substance abuse and sexual abuse. Like never before the schools are implementing changes for the...


Conversations About Law

by Howard Burton

Conversations About Law includes the following 5 carefully-edited Ideas Roadshow Conversations featuring leading researchers. This collection includes a detailed preface highlighting the connections between...


Employment and Labour Law Toolbox, 2/e

by Paul Wearing

Entrepreneurs, business owners, and risk takers need to know the facts of workplace regulation in Ontario and how the laws are interpreted and applied by courts, arbitrators, the Ministry of Labour, the Human...


Criminal Justice: An Examination - A Conversation with Julian Roberts

by Howard Burton

This book is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Julian Roberts, Professor of Criminology at the University of Oxford. Julian Roberts is an international expert on sentencing throughout...


Towards a Political Education Through Environmental Issues

by Melki Slimani

The growing field of political education through environmental issues is organized around processes, which reach beyond the formal ones found in academic disciplines and national curricula into informal processes...


Criminology For Dummies

by Steven Briggs

Explore the world of crime and punishment

Police, forensics, and detective stories dominate our TV screens and bookshelves?from fictional portrayals such as Silence of the Lambs and Law and Order to lurid accounts...


Defined By Relationship - A Conversation with Charles Foster

by Howard Burton

This book is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Charles Foster, who is a writer, traveller, veterinarian, barrister, philosopher and Fellow of Green Templeton College, University...


Mental Health: Policies, Laws and Attitudes - A Conversation with Elyn Saks

by Howard Burton

This book is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Elyn Saks, Orrin B. Evans Distinguished Professor of Law, and Professor of Law, Psychology and Psychiatry and the Behavioral Sciences...


Neurolaw - A Conversation with Nita Farahany

by Howard Burton

This book is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Nita Farahany, Robert O. Everett Distinguished Professor of Law and Professor of Philosophy at Duke University. Nita Farahany is...


Crimes Against Humanity

by Nergis Canefe

This volume considers how, based on the examination of cases pertaining to transitional justice settings that resort to local interpretations of crimes against humanity jurisprudence, fragmentation of international...


Tax the Rich!

by Morris Pearl

A powerfully persuasive and thoroughly entertaining guide to the most effective way to un-rig the economy and fix inequality, from America’s wealthiest “class traitors”

Most American people believe the...


Courtroom Trials in Jewish History

by Esther Zaretsky

These trials teach us how the Jewish people struggled through the ages to resolve their controversies while faithfully embracing their moral compass of justice and equality. From the treason trial of Capt. Alfred...


Camp Cadet

by Slaughenhoupt Jr.,Evan K.

For fifty years, the Camp Cadet program provides young people positive experiences with law enforcement for the primary purpose of improved community relations. It is only fitting that the Pennsylvania State...


National Security Law, Procedure, and Practice

by Robert Ward, Rupert Jones & Caroline Stone

This detailed, practitioner text, explains national security law in all its aspects. It collates and explains the core elements of the law, both substantive and procedural, and the practical issues which may...


At Any Cost

by Stephen Timm

Eran Eyal had it all: a trendy New York apartment, a jet-set lifestyle and investors lining up to get in on his million-dollar cryptocurrency start-up, Shopin. But the New York police pounced in 2018, charged...


The Business of Birth

by Louise Marie Roth

How the fear of malpractice affects mothers and reproductive choices

Giving birth is a monumental event, not only in the personal life of the woman giving birth, but as a medical process and procedure. In The...