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Ten percent of the world’s population lives on islands, but until now the place and space characteristics of islands in criminological theory have not been deeply considered. This book addresses issues of how, and by whom, crime is defined in island settings, informed by the distinctive social structures of their communities.
More Harm than Good?
Drawing on first-hand accounts from those living under the systems, this novel study explores the impact of Australia and Zealand’s income management policies and asks whether they have caused more harm than good.