7 edition of Crime in nineteenth-century Wales found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -281) and index.
|Statement||David J.V. Jones.|
|LC Classifications||HV6949.W3 J66 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 295 p. :|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||92246882|
Nineteenth Century Crime Statistics for England and Wales as an Historical Source, History Compass 10/8 (): pp. –, [DOI]: /Jx Author’s Introduction Official statistics provide a wealth of information for the historian on crime and the operation of the criminal justice process during the 19th century. Crime in England & Wales in the nineteenth century: an historical and critical retrospect. by Hoyle, William at - ISBN - ISBN - Gale, Making of Modern Law - - SoftcoverPrice Range: £ - £
Violence and Crime in Nineteenth-Century England will be essential reading for advanced students and researchers of modern British history, social and cultural history and criminology. View Show Author: Victoria Nagy. Originally published in This study deals with crime as social history in Germany and France during the nineteenth century. It establishes the broad statistical patterns of crime over the. century so that the crime phenomenon can be analysed in Cited by:
, Vice in a vicious society: crime and convicts in mid-nineteenth century New South Wales / Michael Sturma University of Queensland Press St. Lucia, Qld Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. This study, first published in , is concerned with the nature of crime in nineteenth-century Britain, and explores the response of the community and the police authorities. Each chapter is linked by common themes and questions, and the topics described in detail range from popular forms of rural crime and protest, through crime in Cited by:
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“Crime in 19th Century Wales is one of those rare academic texts which manages to be as interesting and entertaining as it is authoritative and informative Lucidly written, impeccably researched and well presented, the book is to be warmly recommended to anyone seeking to understand and influence the criminal justice system of our own.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jones, David J.V. Crime in nineteenth-century Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, Buy Crime in Nineteenth-century Wales by David Jones (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : David Jones.
89 Barber, ‘Stolen goods’, –5; Jones, Crime in nineteenth-century Wales, 90 Jones, Crime in nineteenth-century Wales, 72–7. 91 Tina Loo, ‘Savage mercy: native culture and the modification of capital punishment in nineteenth-century British Columbia’, in Strange, Qualities of mercy, –29, here Cited by: 3.
This book explores the relationship between the justice system and local society at a time after the Industrial Revolution had changed the characteristics of mid Wales. The book investigates the Welsh nineteenth-century experiences of both the high-born and the low within the context of law enforcement, and probes the motivations for their Pages: As in previous periods of time, around 75% of all recorded crime in nineteenth century London at this time was petty theft.
Violent crimes made up about 10% of recorded crime; murder was relatively rare. Despite this people in London were much more worried about gruesome crimes than about minor theft. Most middle-class people living in the West.
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From the middle of the nineteenth century the annual publication of Judicial Statistics for England and Wales seemed to underpin their faith; almost all forms of crime appeared to be falling. In Jones’ book, Crime, Protest, Community and Police in Nineteenth-Century Britain (Boston, ), the Welsh dimension concentrates on industrialised Merthyr Tydfil in the south.
Jones does, however, use cases from early s Montgomeryshire for a paper presented to Llafur, the Welsh People's History Society, which studies history from. CERTAIN OTHER COUNTRIES: Homicide, Gender, and National Identity in Late Nineteenth-Century England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales (HISTORY CRIME & CRIMINAL JUS) [CONLEY, CAROLYN] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
CERTAIN OTHER COUNTRIES: Homicide, Gender, and National Identity in Late Nineteenth-Century England, Ireland, ScotlandCited by: Vice in a Vicious Society: Crime and Convicts in Mid Nineteenth-Century New South Wales [Michael Sturma] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Drawing on sociological and criminological material, the author provides a new insight into the nature and extent of Cited by: in rural Wales, and Mr Keith Strange, a Ph.D. student, is doing a parallel study on the changing standard of living in Merthyr Tydfil. One can therefore anticipate a time in the near future when Welsh social historians will be able to make major comparative studies of the economy, society and crime in nineteenth-century Wales.
This book explores the relationship between the justice system and local society at a time when the Industrial Revolution was changing the characteristics of mid Wales. Crime, Courts and Community in Mid-Victorian Wales investigates the Welsh nineteenth-century experiences of both the high-born and the low within the context of law enforcement.
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Vice in a Vicious Society book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5. Crime in Nineteenth-century Wales by David J. Jones ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Cardiff: University Of Wales Press, ; ISBN Each book in the series help readers to make intellectual connections between subjects and disciplines, and to understand the importance of studying crime and criminal justice within a broader context.
Jones, D.J.V. () Crime in nineteenth-century Wales, University of Wales Godfrey, B S, Williams, C A & Lawrence, PHistory. Book Description. Land of White Gloves. is an important academic investigation into the history of crime and punishment in Wales.
Beginning in the medieval period when the limitations of state authority fostered a law centred on kinship and compensation, the study explores the effects of the introduction of English legal models, culminating in the Acts of Union under Henry VIII.
About this Book Catalog Record Details. Crime in England & Wales in the nineteenth century. An historical Hoyle, William, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. The book under review is a well-crafted example of the outpouring of studies on English nineteenth-century crime.
Starting out as a doctoral thesis on the history of juvenile crime in Middlesex (), the author has successfully converted her research into a readable monograph, published by the Royal Historical Society, on the process of.Crime and Punishment (With a Welsh slant) Back to introduction.
I was encouraged to produce this feature after re-visiting the very readable basic primer Crime and Punishment in England and Wales: an Outline History by Eldon Smith, Gomer, The various direct references from the above book included here are coded (CPEW).