A Particular Piece Of Work From Michael Tornry And Catrien Bijleveld Essay
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This article review essay will focus on a particular piece of work from Michael Tornry and Catrien Bijleveld (2007). The material evaluated, “Crime, Criminal Justice, and Criminology in the Netherlands” come from the Journal of Crime and Justice, 35(1), 1-30. This essay will first incorporate a summary with detail of the country’s reputation, population, criminal justice system, crimes and incarceration trends, research, etc. Next, identify two positive elements the context reveals in the article and two issues that are negatively exhibited occasionally in the article. Then, provide a sum up of this essay. Overall, this article provided insight about the Netherlands regarding their government, criminal justice system, and the typically crimes that occurred in the country. However, the information is limited to the lack of certain areas in underdeveloped research and the evolution of the criminal justice policy. The article is not valuable if one is looking for a detailed explanation about why crime occurred in this country and who in particular participated in the crimes there. On the other hand, one can take away from this article that The Netherlands is a country that took pride in reaching out to the community through their government system. A spike starting in the 1970s in crime, incarceration, and their government which changed the country.
The article “Crime, Criminal Justice, and Criminology in the Netherlands” included five target areas of topic. The first three