Anti-Social Behaviour: A multi-national perspective of the by Cate Curtis

By Cate Curtis

“Neatly and succinctly takes readers via how you can comprehend and interpret the label of ‘antisocial’ behaviour in a much wider context, exhibiting the way it is socially, traditionally and culturally produced in addition to understood in expert well-being and policing or correctional contexts.”

- Cathy Coleborne, collage of Newcastle, Australia

“A well timed paintings given the current worldwide shift within the use of social media and violence. Cate Curtis’ publication serves as a multinational mini-meta-analytic evaluation of anti-social behaviours”

- Richard Langford, college of Hawaii West Oahu

“Cate Curtis’ insurance during this ebook is breath-taking. It is concentrated on not easy taken with no consideration assumptions about the 3 Rs: ‘risk’, ‘resilience’ and ‘recovery’ when wondering what's good daily actions and severe behaviour in tradition and society.”

- Shane Blackman, Canterbury Christ Church University

Cate Curtis seeks to disrupt assumptions approximately anti-social behaviour by way of bringing jointly a bunch of key recommendations and theories appropriate to the sector. Going past individualised discussions, the publication explores broader suggestions comparable to the social development of ‘anti-social behaviour’, ‘risk’ and ‘resilience’, and the social contents and affects lower than which those are probably to take place.

An very good better half for researchers and postgraduate scholars in of anti-social behaviour throughout criminology, social psychology, sociology and social work.

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