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Constitutive criminology at work : applications to crime and justice

Author: Stuart Henry; Dragan Milovanovic
Publisher: Albany, N.Y. : State University of New York Press, ©1999.
Series: SUNY series in new directions in crime and justice studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Constitutive Criminology at Work reveals the value of applying postmodernist-informed constitutive criminology to issues of crime and justice. A holistic, integrated criminological theory, constitutive criminology takes serious account of the interrelated contribution of human agency and social forces and argues that crime is an integral part of the total material and cultural production of society. Consequently,  Read more...
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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stuart Henry; Dragan Milovanovic
ISBN: 0791441938 9780791441930 0791441946 9780791441947
OCLC Number: 40684135
Description: x, 322 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: I. Constitutive theory. Introduction : postmodernism and constitutive theory / Stuart Henry and Dragan Milovanovic --
Constitutive criminology : an introduction to the core concepts / Andrew Bak. II. Agency, resistance, and regulated bodies in the constitution of crime. Sex, law and the paradox of agency and resistance in the everyday practices of women in the "evergreen" sex trade / Lisa Sanchez --
Constitutive theory and the homeless identity : the discourse of a community deviant / Bruce A. Arrigo --
Constituting O.J. : mass-mediated trials and newsmaking criminology / Gregg Barak --
Reconstituting the monster : images of techno-criminality and century's end / Dion Dennis --
Bodies of law : the Supreme Court, the justices, and death / John Brigham. III. Societal responses : policing and pedagogy. Taking it to the streets : policing and the practice of constitutive criminology / James W. Williams --
Policing modernity : scientific- and community-based violence on symbolic playing fields / Victor E. Kappeler and Peter B. Kraska --
Agency and choice in women's prisons : toward a constitutive pedagogy / Mary Bosworth --
Revisiting jailhouse lawyers : an excursion into constitutive criminology / Jim Thomas and Dragan Milovanovic. IV. Institutional transformation and constitutive justice. Intentional communities, the fourth way : a constitutive integration / Robert C. Scher --
A constitutive theory of justice : the architecture of affirmative postmodern legal systems / T.R. Young --
Conclusion : constitutive criminology engages its critics--an assessment / Stuart Henry and Dragan Milovanovic.
Series Title: SUNY series in new directions in crime and justice studies.
Responsibility: edited by Stuart Henry and Dragan Milovanovic.

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"Constitutive Criminology at Work reveals the value of applying postmodernist-informed constitutive criminology to issues of crime and justice. A holistic, integrated criminological theory, constitutive criminology takes serious account of the interrelated contribution of human agency and social forces and argues that crime is an integral part of the total material and cultural production of society. Consequently, analysis and control of crime cannot be separated from the wider structural and cultural contexts in which it is produced." "This book argues that constitutive criminology can ultimately help society out of its obsession with the crime and punishment cycle."--Jacket.

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