- Title Pages
- <b>List of tables and figures</b>
- <b>Notes on contributors</b>
- One Complexity Theory: an Overview
- Two Risk, Attractors and Organisational Behaviour
- Three Why do People Commit Crime? An Integrated Systems Perspective
- Four Complexity And The Emergence Of Social Work And Criminal Justice Programmes
- Five Child Protection Practice and Complexity
- Six Youth Justice: From Linear Risk Paradigm to Complexity
- Seven The Stephen Lawrence Inquiry: a case study in policing and complexity
- Eight Intersecting contexts of oppression within complex public systems
- Nine Complexity Theory, Trans-Disciplinary Working And Reflective Practice
- Ten Probation Practice And Creativity In England And Wales: A Complex Systems Analysis
- Eleven Responding To Domestic Abuse: Multi-Agented Systems, Probation Programmes And Emergent Outcomes
- Twelve Complexity, Law And Ethics: On Drug Addiction, Natural Recovery And The Diagnostics Of Psychological Jurisprudence
- Thirteen Constituting the system: radical developments in post-Newtonian society
- (p.287) Conclusion
- Applying complexity theory
- Policy Press
The conclusion draws together and reflects upon the key themes and messages of the book and suggests future developments in the study, research and practice of complexity theory in criminal justice and social work. It also offers guidance on using the chapters in the book as a teaching tool and the kinds of issues that can be addressed. Additional resources are also provided for those interested.
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