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Critical Criminology

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ISBN13: 9781903240694
ISBN: 1903240697
Published: June 2002
Publisher: Willan Publishing
Format: Hardback
Price: £85.00

This book sets to explore the key issues and future prospects facing critical criminology, bringing together a set of leading authoriries in the field from the UK, Australasia and the USA. A key concern of the book is to review the possibilities and strategies of pursuing critical criminological scholarship in the context of an increasingly dominant administrative criminology paradigm, reflected in the rise of neo-liberalism, a ""governmentalized"" criminology of risk, crime control and situational crime prevention.

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Foreword (Jock Young); 1 Critical criminologies: introduction (Russell Hogg and Kerry Carrington, University of Western Sydney)
Part 1 Issues and debates in critical criminology; 2 Losing my religion: reflections on critical criminology in Australia (David Brown, University of New South Wales); 3 Critical criminology in the United States (Julia Schwendigger, Herman Schwendigger, Michael Lynch, University of South Florida); 4 Defining 'Power' and challenging 'Knowledge': critical analysis as resistance (Phil Scraton, Edge Hill University College); 5 Feminism and critical criminology: confronting genealogies (Kerry Carrington, University of Western Sydney) Part 2 New directions and challenges for critical criminology; 6 For a psychosocial criminology (Tony Jefferson, Keele University); 7 Critical criminology and the punitive society: some new 'visions of social control' (John Pratt, Victoria University of Wellington); 8 Criminology beyond the nation state: global conflicts, human rights and the 'New World Disorder' (Russell Hogg, University of Western Sydney); 9 Left, right or straight ahead: prospects for a progressive and critical criminology (Judith Bessant, Australian Catholic University, Melbourne); 10 Critical criminology? In praise of an oxymoron...and its enemies (Pat Carlen, Keele University); Index