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Controversies in Critical Criminology.

By: Schwartz, Martin.
Contributor(s): Hatty, Suzanne E.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2014Description: 1 online resource (217 p.).ISBN: 9781317523819.Subject(s): Criminologie critique | Critical criminologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Controversies in Critical CriminologyDDC classification: 364 LOC classification: HV6019 .C65 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Acknowledgments; Contents; Introduction; Chapter 1 Marxist Criminology; Chapter 2 Feminist Criminology; Chapter 3 Left Realism on Inner-City Violence; Chapter 4 Postmodern Justice and Critical Criminology: Positional, Relational, and Provisional Science; Chapter 5 Constitutive Criminology; Chapter 6 Cultural Criminology; Chapter 7 Peacemaking Criminology; Chapter 8 Restorative Justice: A Paradigm of Possibility; Chapter 9 Crimes of the State; Chapter 10 Crime and Embodiment
Chapter 11 Masculinities, Femininities and Homicide: Competing Explanations for Male ViolenceChapter 12 Accounting for Hate Crime; References; Contributor''s Biographical Information; Index
Summary: These original essays introduce students to the complex and influential field of critical criminology. It presents many of the theories of critical criminology - Marxist, Feminist, Left Realist, Postmodern, Constitutive, Peacemaking, and Restorative Justice - and explores how, despite their distinctions, each theory is rooted in radical criminology, and all are critical of mainstream criminology.
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Acknowledgments; Contents; Introduction; Chapter 1 Marxist Criminology; Chapter 2 Feminist Criminology; Chapter 3 Left Realism on Inner-City Violence; Chapter 4 Postmodern Justice and Critical Criminology: Positional, Relational, and Provisional Science; Chapter 5 Constitutive Criminology; Chapter 6 Cultural Criminology; Chapter 7 Peacemaking Criminology; Chapter 8 Restorative Justice: A Paradigm of Possibility; Chapter 9 Crimes of the State; Chapter 10 Crime and Embodiment

Chapter 11 Masculinities, Femininities and Homicide: Competing Explanations for Male ViolenceChapter 12 Accounting for Hate Crime; References; Contributor''s Biographical Information; Index

These original essays introduce students to the complex and influential field of critical criminology. It presents many of the theories of critical criminology - Marxist, Feminist, Left Realist, Postmodern, Constitutive, Peacemaking, and Restorative Justice - and explores how, despite their distinctions, each theory is rooted in radical criminology, and all are critical of mainstream criminology.

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