7 edition of The power to criminalize found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 192-199).
|Statement||Elizabeth Comack and Gillian Balfour.|
|Contributions||Balfour, Gillian, 1965-|
|LC Classifications||KE8905 .C66 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||199 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||199|
|LC Control Number||2004401990|
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Traditional legal doctrine argues that law dispenses justice in an impartial and unbiased fashion. Critical legal theorists claim that law reproduces gender, race and class inequalities.
The Power to Criminalize offers an analysis that acknowledges the tensions between these two views of law. To criminalize, according to the standard dictionary definition, means “to turn a person into a criminal.” When you stop to think about it, of all the tasks assigned to law this one is perhaps the most formidable.
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The tension between traditionalist legal theories that maintain that the law dispenses justice in an impartial fashion and critical theories that maintain that the law reproduces gender, race, and class inequalities provides a context for this investigation into law's complicity in perpetuating disparities.
Police reports, prosecuting lawyer reports, memos, interviews with defense lawyers. The Power To Criminalize investigates the law's formidable power in society to "turn a person into a criminal," particularly in the context of interpersonal violence.
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