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Geometries of Crime : How Young People Perceive Crime and Justice.

By: Brisman, Avi.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2016Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (261 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137546203.Subject(s): Critical criminologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Geometries of Crime : How Young People Perceive Crime and JusticeDDC classification: 364.36 LOC classification: HV6001-7220.5Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
"Dedication" -- "Acknowledgments" -- "Contents" -- "List of Figures " -- "1: The Corners of Crime: An Introduction" -- "References" -- "2: Pyramids, Squares, and Prisms: Severity of Harm, Public Awareness and Perceptions of Severity of Harm, Power Relations, and Society’s Response" -- " Hagan’s Pyramid of Crime" -- " Left Realism and the Square of Crime" -- " Henry and Lanier’s Prism of Crime" -- "References" -- "3: Red Hook, the RHCJC, and Youth Courts" -- " Red Hook, Brooklyn " -- " Red Hook Community Justice Center " -- " Youth Courts " -- "References" -- "4: Red Hook Youth Court Hearings and Youth Perceptions of Criminal Severity, Justice, Law, Punishment, and Remorse" -- " A Typical RHYC Hearing" -- " Four Categories of RHYC Hearings" -- " Severe Offense -- Apologetic and Forthcoming Respondent" -- " Severe Offense -- Impenitent and Aloof Respondent" -- " Not Severe Offense -- Apologetic and Forthcoming Respondent" -- " Not Severe Offense -- Impenitent and Aloof Respondent" -- " RHYC Members’ Perceptions of Criminal Severity and the Significance of Demeanor and Remorse" -- "References" -- "5: Beyond Shape: An Open Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Appendix" -- "Starting the Study" -- "Abraham and Andre" -- "Developing the Study" -- "Methods" -- "Cases" -- "Supreme Court of the United States" -- "State Courts" -- "Bibliography".
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"Dedication" -- "Acknowledgments" -- "Contents" -- "List of Figures " -- "1: The Corners of Crime: An Introduction" -- "References" -- "2: Pyramids, Squares, and Prisms: Severity of Harm, Public Awareness and Perceptions of Severity of Harm, Power Relations, and Society’s Response" -- " Hagan’s Pyramid of Crime" -- " Left Realism and the Square of Crime" -- " Henry and Lanier’s Prism of Crime" -- "References" -- "3: Red Hook, the RHCJC, and Youth Courts" -- " Red Hook, Brooklyn " -- " Red Hook Community Justice Center " -- " Youth Courts " -- "References" -- "4: Red Hook Youth Court Hearings and Youth Perceptions of Criminal Severity, Justice, Law, Punishment, and Remorse" -- " A Typical RHYC Hearing" -- " Four Categories of RHYC Hearings" -- " Severe Offense -- Apologetic and Forthcoming Respondent" -- " Severe Offense -- Impenitent and Aloof Respondent" -- " Not Severe Offense -- Apologetic and Forthcoming Respondent" -- " Not Severe Offense -- Impenitent and Aloof Respondent" -- " RHYC Members’ Perceptions of Criminal Severity and the Significance of Demeanor and Remorse" -- "References" -- "5: Beyond Shape: An Open Conclusion" -- "References" -- "Appendix" -- "Starting the Study" -- "Abraham and Andre" -- "Developing the Study" -- "Methods" -- "Cases" -- "Supreme Court of the United States" -- "State Courts" -- "Bibliography".

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Avi Brisman is Associate Professor in the School of Justice Studies, Eastern Kentucky University, USA. He is co-editor of the Routledge International Handbook of Green Criminology (2013), co-editor of Environmental Crime and Social Conflict: Contemporary and Emerging Issues (2015), and co-author of Green Cultural Criminology: Constructions of Environmental Harm, Consumerism, and Resistance to Ecocide (2014).

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