Theorizing Criminal Justice Eight Essential Orientations by Peter B. Kraska

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  • Social Science / Criminology,
  • Criminology,
  • Sociology,
  • Criminal Law,
  • Law,
  • Crime And Criminals,
  • Justice, Administration of,
  • Philosophy,
  • Political Freedom & Security - Law Enforcement,
  • Political Science,
  • Social Science,
  • United States,
  • Political Science / Law Enforcement,
  • Criminal Law - General,
  • Criminal justice, Administrati,
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Number of Pages352
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ISBN 101577662288
ISBN 109781577662280

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Peter B. Kraska. Waveland Press, From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Varieties of Theory. 3: The Practicality of Theory. 9: Criminal Justice as RationalLegalism. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Criminal justice theory: it's time to ask why --Criminal justice as rational/legalism --Criminal justice as a system --Criminal justice as crime control vs.

due process --Criminal justice as politics --Criminal justice as socially constructed reality --Criminal justice as.

Get this from a library. Theorizing criminal justice: eight essential orientations. [Peter B Kraska] -- Previously published articles by various authors, with overview and introductory material by Kraska.

By presenting articles on criminal justice grouped according to eight theoretical orientations, including criminal justice as politics, as growth complex, and as oppression, Kraska (Eastern Kentucky University) encourages students to analyze the theories that have informed various practices and to recognize their intellectual : $ Theorizing transitional justice.

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Jonathon A. Cooper is a lecturer for the Department of Criminal Justice at Boise State University. He is completing his doctoral work at Arizona State University in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, with a focus on understanding the territorial Theorizing Criminal Justice book of by: Peter Kraska is the author of Theorizing Criminal Justice ( avg rating, 9 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Essential Criminal Justice and Crimino /5(13).

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They contribute to a foundation for a discourse to expand our thinking about criminal justice and to enhance the value of our practiceproviding a deeper understanding of complex issues exposes the confusion and contradictions inherent in this intricate : $   The journals Criminal Justice and Behavior and Justice Quarterly, each with titles suggestive of criminal justice theorizing, consistently publish pure criminological theoretical work (e.g., in the most recent volumes available at the time of the writing of this article, in Justice Quarterly, Messner, Teske, Baller, & Thome, published Cited by: Kraska PB and Brent JJ () Theorizing Criminal Justice: Eight Essential Orientations.

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Contributors to this text include individuals who actually developed the theories covered in the book. Criminal Justice Review. Theorizing Communication: Readings Across Traditions is the first collection of primary-source readings built around seven traditions of communication theory— rhetorical, semiotic, phenomenological, cybernetic, sociopsychological, sociocultural, and critical.

The selected readings illustrate the history of each tradition and current trends. Enhancing the readings are introductory essays and. Theorizing criminal justice: eight essential orientations by Kraska, Peter B., Publication date Topics Criminal justice, Administration of, Justice pénale -- Administration, Justice penale -- Administration Publisher Long Grove, Ill.: Waveland Press Collection Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.

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In particular, this collection draws inspiration from the way that Rawls was able to construct a theory and method that could re-ignite political philosophy and revolutionize how we theorize. The notion that the activity of theorizing criminal justice phenomena can somehow be excluded is not only erroneous but also highly damaging to the disciplinary integrity of criminal justice studies.

Some traditional criminological theorists might take exception to this view. After all, they would argue, crime theory has already been used as. The revisions to the third edition of Crime and Criminal Justice in Disaster help bring us closer to a criminology of disaster and set the stage for new theorizing and research that can help us more fully understand the criminogenic effects of disaster and the best practices for criminal justice and other systems in preventing these Edition: Third Edition.

How far can theorizing about any of these aspects of a system of criminal justice be detached from theorizing about other aspects. Third, and arising in part from the second question, can theorizing limit itself to the ‘law in the books’—the criminal law as it is represented in codes, treatises or orthodox textbooks; or must it always Cited by: 3.

Within Criminal Justice/Criminology, “theory” is generally assumed to be concerned with crime and crime rates. Studying criminal justice is tacitly, and sometimes explicitly, relegated to the narrow role of evaluative and descriptive scholarship. This article explores the reasons for our field’s failure to recognize the importance of developing an accessible and well‐recognized Cited by: Send Email.

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least an entire book on its own. Instead, it will draw from each tradition a few File Size: KB. Review of: Claudio Corradetti, Nir Eisikovits and Jack Volpe Rotondi, eds., Theorizing Transitional Justice, Farnham: Ashgate, The editors of Theorizing Transitional Justice, Claudio Corradetti, Nir Eisikovits and Jack Volpe Rotondi, take up the ambitious task of mapping the theoretical terrain of key problems, approaches and questions pertaining to the field of transitional justice.

However, theorizing criminal law across jurisdictions wherein the terrain and nature of theory and theorizing is differentially experienced can be fraught with difficulty.

Without careful contextualization one is left comparing cheese and chalk, with the consequence that one person’s theory is another’s atheoretical or ahistorical. Buy a cheap copy of Theorizing Criminal Justice: Eight book by Peter B.

Kraska. The goal of this book is to encourage thinking about criminal justice. What theories direct the behaviors of the police, the courts, and corrections administrators?

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criminal justice educators, on the theoretical foundations of criminal justice, not criminological theory. This new edition includes entirely new chapters as well as revisions to all others, with an eye to accessibility and coherence for upper division undergraduate and beginning graduate.

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