Race, Crime and Criminal Justice: International Perspectives by A. Kalunta-crumptonRace, Crime and Criminal Justice: International Perspectives by A. Kalunta-crumpton

Race, Crime and Criminal Justice: International Perspectives

EditorA. Kalunta-crumpton

Hardcover | March 31, 2010

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In some parts of the world, race is a key social variable in criminological debates on crime and criminal justice practice. Yet, little has been studied regarding the issues of race and crime internationally. This collection fills that gap, drawing upon perspectives from 13 countries across 4 continents to provide a comparative assessment on the influence of human variations on crime discourses, offending, experiences of criminal victimization, and criminal justice responses in differing societies.

Covering Europe, Australia and New Zealand, South Africa, Brazil, Canada, and the United States, and drawing on an international line-up of scholars, this book examines the similarities and differences of race, crime and criminal justice in international perspective.

ANITA KALUNTA-CRUMPTON is Associate Professor of Administration of Justice, Texas Southern University, USA.
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Title:Race, Crime and Criminal Justice: International PerspectivesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:341 pagesPublished:March 31, 2010Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230220290

ISBN - 13:9780230220294

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Foreword by Professor Michael Tonry * Preface  * PART I: HISTORY * History: Race Relations and Justice; A.Kalunta-Crumpton * PART II: EUROPE: IS THERE RACE IN CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE?  * Britain; B.A.Cole * France; P.Irving Jackson * Germany; H-J.Albrecht * Italy; V.Ruggiero * The Netherlands; J.Junger-Tas * Portugal;  M. Ivone Cunha * Spain; J.Goode * PART III: BEYOND EUROPE: IS THERE RACE IN CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE?  * Australia and New Zealand; S.Jeffries & G.Newbold * Brazil; I.Cano, L.Ribeiro & E. Meireles* Canada; C.J.Mosher & T.Mahon-Haft * South Africa; K.Bosilong & P.Mbecke * United States of America; D.E.Georges-Abeyie * PART IV: CONCLUSION * In Conclusion: Comparative Assessment of Race, Crime and Criminal Justice in International Perspectives; A.Kalunta-Crumpton * Index