Peacemaking: Reflections of a Radical Criminologist

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These reflections trace how over some thirty-five years as a criminologist, the author's thinking has evolved, principally to replace notions of "crime" and "criminal justice" with the notions of "violence" and "peacemaking." Pepinsky traces the evolution of the criminal justice system in the United States since 1973. He discusses how he came to embrace the radical feminist view that patriarchy and the "politics of fear" can provide explanations for the rise in incarcerations in the US, as well as for other forms of ...

Peacemaking: Reflections of a Radical Criminologist 2006, University of Ottawa Press, Ottawa

ISBN-13: 9780776606408

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