Issues in Critical Criminology, Vol. 22: 1, 1995


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Gregory Shank (coord.)

This issue addresses the use and abuse of animals in criminology, critical criminology and the reconstruction of utopias, class and criminality, organizational crime, domestic violence, and the history of American corrections.

Purchase articles (click on the author link to read the abstract and buy the pdf):

Gregory Shank, Editorial Overview: Issues in Critical Criminology

Piers Beirne, The Use and Abuse of Animals in Criminology: A Brief History and Current Review

Ronnie Lippens, Critical Criminologies and the Reconstruction of Utopia

Rob White and John van der Velden, Class and Criminality

Jurg Gerber and Eric Fritch, Organizational Crime in NASA and Among Its Contractors: Using a Newspaper as a Data Source

Kenneth D. Tunnell, Silence of the Left: Reflections on Critical Criminology and Criminologists

Neil Websdale, An Ethnographic Assessment of the Policing of Ethnic Violence in Rural Eastern Kentucky

Devereaux Kennedy, Out of Time: The Curtis-Wells Anomaly and the History of American Corrections

Robert Ackermann, Crime and Individuality

Harold Pepinsky, Reply to Ackermann on The Geometry of Violence and Democracy

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