The moral maze of the middle class: the predatory society and its emerging regulatory order

Karstedt, S (2004) The moral maze of the middle class: the predatory society and its emerging regulatory order. In Albrecht, H.J., Serassis, T., & Kania, H. (eds) (Eds.) Images of Crime II: Representations of Crime and the Criminal in Politics, Society, the Media, and the Arts [Criminological Research Reports from the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Volume 113]. Edition Iuscrim/Max Planck Institute , Germany , pp. 65-94.

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