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    Law, crime and deviance since 1700 : micro-studies in the history of crime / edited by Anne-Marie Kilday and David Nash.
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  • Crime -- History -- Case studies.
  • Criminology -- Case studies.
  • ISBN: 
    9781472585288 (pbk.)
    1472585283 (pbk.)
    9781472585271 (hardback)
    1472585275 (hardback)
    xii, 324 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
    Introduction / David S. Nash and Anne-Marie Kilday -- Section I. Criminality, state and society. The uses of a martyred blasphemer's death : the execution of Thomas Aikenhead, Scotland's religion, the Enlightenment and contemporary activism / David S. Nash -- History, narrative and attacking chronocentricism in understanding financial crime : the significance of micro-history / Sarah Wilson -- The limits of government intervention : Caroline Wybrow and the scandal of the contagious diseases acts / Adrian Ager -- The Bonnie and Clyde of the blackout : the short criminal careers of Gustav Hulten and Elizabeth Jones / Clifford Williamson -- Section II. Violence and the violent. Love, vengeance and vitriol : an Edwardian true-crime drama / Katherine D. Watson -- Constructing the cult of the criminal : Kate Webster--Victorian murderess and media sensation / Anne-Marie Kilday -- Section III. Police and policing. 'Hand in glove with the penny-a-liners' : the Bow Street 'runners' in factual and fictional narrative / David J. Cox.
    Citizens' complaints and police (un)accountability : the career of a Parisian Commissaire de Police of the Belle Époque / Anja Johansen -- Bobbies, booze and bagatelle : policing vice in early Victorian London / Rachael Griffin -- Section IV. Stories of confinement. 'I am afraid she is perfectly responsible for her actions and is simply wicked' : reconstructing the criminal career of Julia Hyland / Helen Johnston, Barry Godfrey and Jo Turner -- Making their mark : young offenders' life histories and social networks / Helen Rogers -- Reflections on the chain gang and prison narratives from the southern United States / Vivien Miller -- 'Nothing kept back, nothing exaggerated' : piety, penology and conflict : Joseph Kingsmill, prison chaplain (1842-60) / Neil Davie.
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