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Title The new criminal justice thinking / edited by Sharon Dolovich and Alexandra Natapoff.
Imprint New York : New York University Press, [2017]

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Series Book collections on Project MUSE.
UPCC book collections on Project MUSE. Political Science and Policy Studies.
Subject Criminal justice, Administration of -- United States.
Punishment -- United States.
Alt Name Dolovich, Sharon,
Natapoff, Alexandra,
Description 1 online resource
Contents Introduction: mapping the new criminal justice thinking / Sharon Dolovich and Alexandra Natapoff -- The criminal regulatory state / Rachel Barkow -- Disaggregating the criminal regulatory state : a comment on Rachel Barkow's "the criminal regulatory state" / Daniel Richman -- Improve, dynamite, or dissolve the criminal regulatory state? / Stephanos Bibas -- The penal pyramid / Alexandra Natapoff -- Linking criminal theory and social practice : a response to Natapoff / Meda Chesney-Lind -- Canons of evasion in constitutional criminal law / Sharon Dolovich -- Taking the constitution seriously? : three approaches to law's competence in addressing authority and professionalism / Hadar Aviram -- Making prisoner rights real : the case of mothers / Lisa Kerr -- The situated actor and the production of punishment : toward an empirical social psychology of criminal procedure / Mona Lynch -- Beyond Ferguson : integrating critical race theory and the "social psychology of criminal procedure" / Priscilla Ocen -- Jumping bunnies and legal rules : the organizational sociologist and the legal scholar should be friends / Issa Kohler-Hausmann -- The second coming of dignity / Jonathan Simon -- Dignity is the new legitimacy / Jeffrey Fagan -- The new (old) criminal justice thinking -- "Miserology" : a new look at the history of criminology / Mariana Valverde.
Summary "After five decades of punitive expansion, the entire U.S. criminal justice system (mass incarceration, the War on Drugs, police practices, the treatment of juveniles and the mentally ill, glaring racial disparity, the death penalty and more) faces challenging questions. What exactly is criminal justice? How much of it is a system of law and how much is a collection of situational social practices? What roles do the Constitution and the Supreme Court play? How do race and gender shape outcomes? How does change happen, and what changes or adaptations should be pursued? The New Criminal Justice Thinking addresses the challenges of this historic moment by asking essential theoretical and practical questions about how the criminal system operates. In this thorough and thoughtful volume, scholars from across the disciplines of legal theory, sociology, criminology, critical race theory, and organizational theory offer crucial insights into how the criminal system works in both theory and practice. By engaging both classic issues and new understandings, this volume offers a comprehensive framework for thinking about the modern justice system"--Publisher's website.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBL, viewed on May 10, 2017).
ISBN 9781479801800 (electronic bk.)
1479801801 (electronic bk.)
1479831549
9781479831548
OCLC # 971586371
Additional Format Print version: NEW CRIMINAL JUSTICE THINKING. [Place of publication not identified] : NEW YORK University Press, 2017 1479831549 9781479831548 (OCoLC)961204682



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