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Regulating Crime Control

  • Rod Morgan
  • Pat Carlen

Abstract

Global unemployment has now reached its highest level since the great depression of the 1930s. More than 800 million human beings are … unemployed or under employed in the world (ILO, 1994). That figure is likely to rise sharply between now and the turn of the century as millions of new entrants into the workforce find themselves without jobs. (Rifkin, 1995, p. 3)

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Criminal Justice Criminal Justice System Crime Prevention Prison Population Informal Social Control 
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  • Pat Carlen

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