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International Critical Perspectives in Rural Criminology

What are the theoretical and conceptual framings of rural criminology across the world? Thinking creatively about the challenges of rural crime and policing, in this stimulating collection of essays experts in this emerging field draw from theories of modernity, feminism, climate change, left realism and globalisation.

This first book in the Research in Rural Crime series offers state-of-the-art scholarship from across the globe, and considers the future agenda for the discipline.

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research to be applied to distinct and specific categories of violence across a more diverse range of categories reflecting rural difference including women with disabilities, LGBTIQ+ communities, indigenous people and ethnic groups. A major aim of this volume is to explore how local cases address more universal concerns or indeed, how we can learn from applying conceptual frameworks to understanding and addressing problems associated with rural crime. In Chapter 6 , James Windle brings together the conceptual framework of left realism and draws lessons from the case

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transition online in some countries to maintain physical distancing, hence the inaccessibility of online communications is increasingly disadvantageous (for example Baldwin et al, 2020 ). Access to legal and support services In RRR communities globally, there is often a relative shortage of services and supports across many domains of social welfare – mental health support, drug and alcohol counselling, disability services – particularly in the most remote areas. For those released from prison, adequate support is essential to post-release well-being, integration

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