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Voices from criminal justice : insider perspectives, outsider experiences

Author: Heith Copes; Mark Pogrebin
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2016.
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Revised edition of Voices from criminal justice, 2012.

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Voices from criminal justice.
New York : Routledge, 2016
(DLC) 2016043514
(OCoLC)949751649
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Heith Copes; Mark Pogrebin
ISBN: 9781317273752 1317273753
OCLC Number: 964527759
Notes: Revised edition of Voices from criminal justice, 2012.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Preface --
Acknowledgements --
Introduction: thinking and reflecting on criminal justice issues / Heith Copes and Mark Pogrebin --
Reinventing the matron : the continued importance of gendered images and division of labor in modern policing / Don L. Kurtz, Travis Linnemann and L. Susan Williams --
A qualitative assessment of stress perceptions among members of homicide unit / Dean A. Dabney, Heith Copes, Richard Tewksbury and Shila R. Hawk-Tourtelot --
Racialized policing : officers' voices on policing latino and African American neighborhoods / Vera Sanchez, Claudio & Dennis Rosenbaum --
Vice isn't nice : a look at the effects of working undercover / Mark R. Pogrebin and Eric Poole --
Reflections of African American women on their careers in urban policing / Mark R. Pogrebin, Mary Dodge, & Harold Chatman --
Procedural justice and order maintenance policing / Jacinta Gau and Rod Brunson --
Urban youth encounters with legitimately oppressive gang enforcement / Robert Duran --
Sense-making and secondary victimization / Paul Stretesky, Tara O'Connor Shelley, Michael J. Hogan, and N. Prabha Unnithan --
Victims' voices : domestic assault victims' perceptions of police demeanor / Joyce Stephens and Peter G. Sinden --
We trust you, but not that much : examining police-black clergy partnerships to reduce youth violence / Rod K. Brunson, Anthony Braga, David Hureau, and Kashea Pegram --
Judicial --
Representing the underdog : the righteous development of death penalty defense attorneys / Sarah --
How can you prosecute those people? / Paul Butler --
Calling your bluff : how prosecutors and defense attorneys adapt plea bargaining strategies to increased formalization / Deidra Bowen --
Examining the death penalty insiders perspective : capital bench and bar interviews / Sherri DioGuardi --
Maintaining the myth of individualized justice : probation presentence reports / John Rosecrance --
Outsiders --
Preparing to testify: rape survivors negotiating the criminal justice process / Amanda Konradi --
Expecting an ally and getting a prosecutor / Sarah Goodrum --
Female recidivists speak about their experience in drug courts while engaging in appreciative inquiry / Michael Fischer, Brenda Geiger, and Mary Ellen Hughes --
Jurors' views of civil lawyers : implications for courtroom communication / Valerie P. Hans and Krista Sweigert --
Engaging with criminal prosecution : the victim's perspective / Melissa E. Dichter, Catherine Cerulli, Catherine L. Kothari, Francis K. Barg, and Karin V. Rhodes --
Corrections --
Accounts of prison work / Stan Stojkovic --
Sense-making in prison : inmate identity as a working understanding / John Riley --
Gender and occupational culture conflict : a study of women jail officers / Eric Poole and Mark R. Pogrebin --
Criers, liars, and manipulators : probation officers' views of girls / Emily Gaarder, Nancy Rodriguez & Marjorie S. Zatz --
Construction of meaning during training for probation and parole / John Crank --
Denial of parole: an inmate perspective / Mary West-Smith, Mark R. Pogrebin and Eric D. Poole --
How registered sex offenders view registries / Richard Tewksbury --
Keeping families together: the importance of maintaining mother-child contact for incarcerated women / Zoann K. Snyder --
Employment isn't enough : financial obstacles experienced by ex-prisoners during the reentry process / Mark R. Pogrebin, Mary West-Smith, Alexandra Walker, and N. Prabha Unnithan --
Navigating the job search after incarceration : the experiences of work-release participants / Andrea Cantora.
Responsibility: edited by Heith Copes, University of Alabama at Birmingham and Mark Pogrebin, University of Colorado Denver.

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