Telling it like it is

One of the many benefits of Criminology’s five-strong author team and huge variety of contributors is the range of viewpoints they can offer to the undergraduate student. 

Through the carefully designed ‘Telling it like it is’ boxes, authors and contributors present their own opinions and stories from their lives in criminology to demonstrate the various different perspectives on and routes through the field. 

By placing these comments in a distinctive feature, students are exposed to varied voices without the confusion of trying to separate fact from opinion, and whilst always being encouraged to develop their own views. 

Read three examples by clicking the previews below.

A view from the police

My biased academic journey

A journey into criminology...via prison