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Contemporary criminological issues : moving beyond insecurity and exclusion / edited by Carolyn Côté-Lussier, David Moffette, Justin Piché.

Contributor(s): Côté-Lussier, Carolyn, 1983- [editor.] | Moffette, David, 1981- [editor.] | Piché, Justin [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: [Ottawa, Ontario] : University of Ottawa Press, 2020Copyright date: ©2020Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780776628721; 0776628720; 9780776628714; 0776628712.Subject(s): Critical criminology | Crime -- Sociological aspects | Criminologie critique | Criminologie -- Aspect sociologique | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Criminology | Crime -- Sociological aspects | Critical criminologyGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Contemporary criminological issues.DDC classification: 364 LOC classification: HV6019 | .C66 2020Other classification: cci1icc Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction. Challenging Criminology, Insecurity and Exclusion / Carolyn Côté-Lussier, David Moffette and Justin Piché -- Section 1 - Rethinking Critical Criminology -- Chapter 1. Beyond Criminal Law and Methodological Nationalism: Borderlands, Jurisdictional Games, and Legal Intersections / David Moffette and Anna Pratt -- Chapter 2. Police Museums, the Naturalization of Colonial Conquests, and the Legitimation of Law Enforcement in Canada and France / Matthew Ferguson, Justin Piché, Gwénola Ricordeau, Carolina Sanchez Boe and Kevin Walby -- Chapter 3. Speaking out of Turn: Cutting through Monologues of Exclusion and Partisanship / Maritza Felices-Luna and Anouk Guiné -- Section 2 - Critical Criminology in Practice -- Chapter 4. Collaborative Teaching and Learning: The Emotional Journey of the University of Ottawa's First Walls to Bridges Class / Jennifer M. Kilty, Sandra Lehalle, and Rachel Fayter -- Chapter 5. Beyond Judgment:How Parents and Professionals Negotiate In/Exclusion and (In)Security among Youth who Sexually Offend / Christine Gervais, Matthew S. Johnston, Serenna Dastouri, Leslie McGowran and Elisa Romano -- Chapter 6. Addressing Overrepresentation of Indigenous Peoples in the Canadian Criminal Justice System: Is Reconciliation a Way Forward? / Kathryn M. Campbell and Stephanie Wellman -- Section 3 - Markers of Social Differentiation and Social Reaction -- Chapter 7. Security Governance and Racialization in the "War on Terror" / Baljit Nagra and Jeffrey Monaghan -- Chapter 8. Unruly Women in Neoliberal Times: Still Bad, Mad, and Sluts / Tuulia Law, Brittany Mario, and Chris Bruckert -- Chapter 9. On the Weighing of Protections: "Exerting Power and Doing Good" with Child Sexual Abuse Legislation / Christopher Greco and Patrice Corriveau -- Chapter 10. Disadvantage, Crime and Criminal Justice / Carolyn Côté-Lussier, Katrin Hohl, and Jean-Denis David -- Section 4 - Reflections on Criminology -- Chapter 11. Using Criminological Evidence to Shift Policy: From a Punishment to a Prevention Agenda / Irvin Waller, Verónica Martínez, Audrey Monette and Jeffrey Bradley -- Postface. Reflections on Critical Criminology / Gillian Balfour.
Summary: "This book examines key contemporary criminological issues with the aim of moving beyond scholarship that reproduces insecurity and exclusion. The edited collection features two tomes, one in English and one in French, reflecting interdisciplinary and critical criminological scholarship that advances alternative ways of conceptualizing and responding to criminalized activities and social harms.The breadth of the approaches characterizes much of critical criminological scholarship today, despite the growth of managerial and administrative criminologies and the rise of explicitly exclusionary and punitive state policies and practices with respect to 'crime' and 'security.' The book advances cutting-edge theories and methods to make sense of these issues, and proposes policy responses that promote social inclusion and security. Chapters are the result of collaborations by University of Ottawa researchers, along with their current or former co-researchers working in other disciplines or in other universities to highlight the array of networks and global reach of the department, and of past or present students."-- Provided by publisher.
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Introduction. Challenging Criminology, Insecurity and Exclusion / Carolyn Côté-Lussier, David Moffette and Justin Piché -- Section 1 - Rethinking Critical Criminology -- Chapter 1. Beyond Criminal Law and Methodological Nationalism: Borderlands, Jurisdictional Games, and Legal Intersections / David Moffette and Anna Pratt -- Chapter 2. Police Museums, the Naturalization of Colonial Conquests, and the Legitimation of Law Enforcement in Canada and France / Matthew Ferguson, Justin Piché, Gwénola Ricordeau, Carolina Sanchez Boe and Kevin Walby -- Chapter 3. Speaking out of Turn: Cutting through Monologues of Exclusion and Partisanship / Maritza Felices-Luna and Anouk Guiné -- Section 2 - Critical Criminology in Practice -- Chapter 4. Collaborative Teaching and Learning: The Emotional Journey of the University of Ottawa's First Walls to Bridges Class / Jennifer M. Kilty, Sandra Lehalle, and Rachel Fayter -- Chapter 5. Beyond Judgment:How Parents and Professionals Negotiate In/Exclusion and (In)Security among Youth who Sexually Offend / Christine Gervais, Matthew S. Johnston, Serenna Dastouri, Leslie McGowran and Elisa Romano -- Chapter 6. Addressing Overrepresentation of Indigenous Peoples in the Canadian Criminal Justice System: Is Reconciliation a Way Forward? / Kathryn M. Campbell and Stephanie Wellman -- Section 3 - Markers of Social Differentiation and Social Reaction -- Chapter 7. Security Governance and Racialization in the "War on Terror" / Baljit Nagra and Jeffrey Monaghan -- Chapter 8. Unruly Women in Neoliberal Times: Still Bad, Mad, and Sluts / Tuulia Law, Brittany Mario, and Chris Bruckert -- Chapter 9. On the Weighing of Protections: "Exerting Power and Doing Good" with Child Sexual Abuse Legislation / Christopher Greco and Patrice Corriveau -- Chapter 10. Disadvantage, Crime and Criminal Justice / Carolyn Côté-Lussier, Katrin Hohl, and Jean-Denis David -- Section 4 - Reflections on Criminology -- Chapter 11. Using Criminological Evidence to Shift Policy: From a Punishment to a Prevention Agenda / Irvin Waller, Verónica Martínez, Audrey Monette and Jeffrey Bradley -- Postface. Reflections on Critical Criminology / Gillian Balfour.

"This book examines key contemporary criminological issues with the aim of moving beyond scholarship that reproduces insecurity and exclusion. The edited collection features two tomes, one in English and one in French, reflecting interdisciplinary and critical criminological scholarship that advances alternative ways of conceptualizing and responding to criminalized activities and social harms.The breadth of the approaches characterizes much of critical criminological scholarship today, despite the growth of managerial and administrative criminologies and the rise of explicitly exclusionary and punitive state policies and practices with respect to 'crime' and 'security.' The book advances cutting-edge theories and methods to make sense of these issues, and proposes policy responses that promote social inclusion and security. Chapters are the result of collaborations by University of Ottawa researchers, along with their current or former co-researchers working in other disciplines or in other universities to highlight the array of networks and global reach of the department, and of past or present students."-- Provided by publisher.

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