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Crime, Punishment and Protest

Availability: Unavailable - out of print January 2008

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  • ISBN:9780521006613
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):History
  • Author(s):Allan Todd
  • Available from: February 2002

A range of textbooks covering many of the options available on GCSE history specifications.

Availability: Unavailable - out of print January 2008

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  • DESCRIPTION

    This highly illustrated and accessible book, endorsed by Edexcel, is a study of historical development over a period of more than 2,500 years. It focuses on five key aspects of change and development: Who makes the law? Types of crime, Law enforcement, Types of punishment and Attitudes to crime and punishment. It provides essential knowledge through background briefings, encourages analysis of issues through investigations, contains review sections to aid clarity and revision and includes case studies on key topics in the syllabus.

  • Contents
  • CONTENTS
    • CRIME, PUNISHMENT AND PROTEST: Introduction
    • THE ANCIENT WORLD: The first written laws
    • early Roman law and its principles
    • Roman law in practice
    • crime and punishment
    • the collapse of the Roman Empire and its legacy
    • Review: law in the Ancient World
    • THE MIDDLE AGES: 500-1450: Anglo-Saxon law
    • law after the Norman conquest
    • the extension of royal justice
    • challenges to authority
    • women and the law
    • Review: law in the Middle Ages
    • EARLY MODERN BRITAIN: 1450-1750: population growth
    • poverty, bagabonds and 'sturdy beggars'
    • the punishment of 'common criminals'
    • traitors and heretics
    • case study: Kett's Rebellion, 1549
    • local law enforcement
    • women, witch-hunts and the law
    • Review: law in Early Modern Britain
    • INDUSTRIAL BRITAIN
    • 1750 -1900: industrialisation and crime
    • changing views about the causes of crime
    • pickpockets, 'garotters' and murderers
    • rioters and protesters: case study: the Tolpuddle Martyrs
    • case study: the London Dock Strike, 1889
    • law enforcement and the Bloody Code
    • the Age of Reform: policing
    • the Age of Reform: prisons
    • young people and crime
    • women and the law
    • Review: law in Industrial Britain
    • MODERN BRITAIN: 1900 - present
    • poverty, prosperity and crime statistics
    • from theft to terrorism
    • new technologies, new crimes
    • rioters and protesters: case study: conscientious objectors
    • case study: the General Strike, 1926
    • case study: the poll tax protests, 1990-92
    • changes in policing
    • changing attitudes to punishment
    • case study: Derek Bentley
    • young people and crime
    • case study: the suffragettes
    • Review: law in Modern Britain

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