The Oxford Handbook of the History of Crime and Criminal Justice (häftad)
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The Oxford Handbook of the History of Crime and Criminal Justice (häftad)

The Oxford Handbook of the History of Crime and Criminal Justice

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The Oxford Handbook of the History of Crime and Criminal Justice provides a systematic and comprehensive examination of recent developments across criminology and criminal justice. Chapters examine methodological and theoretical approaches to criminology, on-going debates and controversies, and contemporary issues such as drug trafficking, terrorism, and the intersections of gender, race, and class in the context of crime and punishment.
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Paul Knepper is a visiting professor of criminology at the School of Criminal Sciences, University of Lausanne, and a Senior Research Fellow at the South-East European Research Centre in Thessaloniki. Anja Johansen is Senior Lecturer in Comparative European History at the University of Dundee.


Introduction Paul Knepper and Anja Johansen PART ONE: HISTORIANS, INTERPRETATIONS, METHODOLOGIES 1. The Historiography of Crime and Criminal Justice - Paul Lawrence 2. The Crime Historian's Modi Operandi - Barry Godfrey 3. Long-term Trends in Crime: Continuity and Change - Marcelo F. Aebi and Antonia Linde 4. Geography of Crime: Urban and Rural Environments - Catherine Denys PART TWO: FORMS OF CRIME 5. Histories of Interpersonal Violence in Europe and North America, 1700-Present - Richard Mc Mahon 6. Ideas and Practices of Prostitution Around the World - Magaly Rodriguez Garcia 7. Forms of Crime: Crime and Retail Theft - Tammy Whitlock 8. A Brief History of the Underworld and Organized Crime, c. 1750-1950 - Heather Shore 9. Terrorism and its Policing: Anarchists and the Era of Propaganda by the Deed, 1870s-1914 - Constance Bantman 10. Dreams and Nightmares: Drug Trafficking and the History of International Crime - Paul Knepper PART THREE: CRIME, GENDER, AND ETHNICITIES 11. Violence and Masculinity - Joachim Eibach 12. Women and Crime, 1750-2000 - Manon van der Heijden 13. Policing Minorities - Margo de Koster and Herman Reinke 14. Black Women, Criminal Justice, and Violence - Kali N. Gross PART FOUR: CULTURAL REPRESENTATIONS OF CRIME 15. Crime News and the Press - John Carter Wood 16. Crime, Criminology, and the Crime Genre - Gray Cavender and Nancy Jurik 17. Contested Spaces: On Crime Museums, Monuments and Memorials - Per Jorgen Ystehede 18. A Historical Perspective on Crime Fiction in Mexico During the Middle Decades of the Twentieth Century - Pablo Piccato PART FIVE: RISE OF CRIMINOLOGY 19. The Rise of Criminology in its Historical Context - Pieter Spierenburg 20. Criminal Minds: Psychiatry, Psychopathology, and the Government of Criminality - Stephen Garton 21. Continuity and Change: Russian and Early Soviet Criminology and the Criminal Woman - Sharon A. Kowalsky PART SIX: LAW ENFORCEMENT AND POLICING 22. Policing Before the Police in the Eighteenth Century: British Perspectives in a European Context - David G. Barrie 23. The Origins of "Modern" Policing - Mark Finnane 24. Detectives and Forensic Science: The Professionalization of Police Detection - Haia Shpayer-Makov 25. Police-Public Relations: Interpretations of Policing and Democratic Governance - Anja Johansen 26. Crime and Policing in Wartime - Clive Emsley PART SEVEN: LAW, COURTS, AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE 27. The Role of Popular Justice in U.S. History - Elizabeth Dale 28. Popular Dramas Between Transgression and Order: Criminal Trials and their Publics in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries in Global Perspective - Daniel Siemens 29. Mercy and Parole in Anglo-American Criminal Justice Systems from the Eighteenth Century to the Twenty-First Century - Carolyn Strange 30. Histories of Crime and Criminal Justice and the Historical Analysis of Criminal Law - Markus D. Dubber PART EIGHT: PUNISHMENT AND PRISONS 31. The Death Penalty - Randall McGowen 32. The Rise and Fall of Penal Transportation - Hamish Maxwell-Stewart 33. The Mad, the Bad and the Pauper: Help and Control in Early Modern Carceral Institutions - Sandra Scicluna 34. Histories of the Modern Prison: Renewal, Regression, and Expansion - Michael Meranze