Newman, Janet and Yeates, Nicola eds.
Social Justice: Welfare, Crime and Society.
UK: Open University Press.
This book explores ways of defining and enacting social justice in the context of modern social welfare and crime control policies. It examines how the notion of social justice informs experiences and understandings of the social world, why it appeals to so many people as a mobilising ideal for social change and reform, and how it shapes the claims, demands and actions that people take in the pursuit of the 'good society'.
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