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"Investigating Difference: Human and Cultural Relations in Criminal Justice tackles the tough questions that lie at the intersections of criminal justice and difference. In contrast to typical treatises on diversity, Investigating Difference goes well beyond superficial discussions of race and gender. Reflecting a deep understanding of privilege, this text considers the now familiar categories of difference while reframing the dialogue in terms more innovative, more provocative, more integrative, and ultimately, more productive."--BOOK JACKET.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Investigating Difference|
|Privilege and the Construction of Crime|
|Talking Through Our Differences: Investigating Difference: Human and Cultural Relations in Criminal Justice|
|Categories of Difference|
|Class Difference and the Social Construction of Crime and Criminality|
|Stolen lands, Stolen Lives: Native Americans and Criminal Justice|
|Exclusion, Inclusion and Violence: Immigrants and Criminal Justice|
|The Significance of Race: African Americans and Criminal Justice|
|Unwelcome Citizens: Latinos and the Criminal Justice System|
|Perpetual Outsiders: Criminal Justice and the Asian American Experience|
|Women's difference in the Criminal Justice System: Constructions of Victims, Offenders and Workers|
|Gay Men, Lesbians and Criminal Justice|
|Old Enough and Knowing Better: Aging and Criminal Justice|
|Youth Crime and Justice in a Changing Society|
|The Invisible Minority: Individuals with Disability|
|In Whose God We Trust? Religious Differences, Persecution, and Criminal Justice|
|How Does Difference Matter?|
|Moral Panics and Immigration|
|Fairness in the Courts: Investigating and Addressing Race, Ethic and Gender Bias|
|Educating for Change: Cultural Awareness Training for Criminal Justice|
|Irreconcilable Differences? Understanding the Crime Victim/Criminal Justice Worker Relationship|
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