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The volume includes 16 substantial new contributions to this important field from leading political and theoretical scholars in the field, along with the results of several recent empirical studies. Together they constitute an unprecedented synthesis of disparate but leading thinkers in the growing field of legitimacy scholarship and should be of value to social scientists across different disciplines and to criminal justice practitioners.
Justice Tankebe, Lecturer in Criminology, Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge,Alison Liebling, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, and Director of the Prisons Research Centre, Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge
Justice Tankebe is University Lecturer in Criminology at the Cambridge University Institute of Criminology.
Alison Liebling is Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Director of the Prisons Research Centre at the Cambridge University Institute of Criminology, and an editor of the Clarendon Studies in Criminology Series.
Table of Contents
PART 1. POLITICAL SCIENCE PERSPECTIVES ON LEGITIMACY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE
1. Legitimacy and Democracy in the World Today, John Dunn
2. Revisiting Legitimacy, Twenty Years on, David Beetham
3. Crime, Justice and Legitimacy: A Brief Theoretical Inquiry, Jean-Marc Coicaud
PART 2: LEGITIMACY IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE: THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES
4. "A Voice Within": Power-holders' Perspectives on Authority and Legitimacy, Anthony Bottoms and Justice Tankebe
5. Future Challenges in the Study of Legitimacy and Criminal Justice, Tom Tyler and Jon Jackson
6. Unfinished Business: Legitimacy, Crime Control and Democratic Politics, Ian Loader and Richard Sparks
7. Trusting Authorities: Legitimacy, Trust and Collaboration in Non-Democratic Regimes, Susanne Karstedt
PART 3: SEEKING LEGITIMACY IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE CONTEXTS
8. Legitimacy, Crimes and Compliance in 'the City': de maximis non curat lex?, Michael Levi
9. Legitimacy and State Responses to Terrorism, Jacqueline Hodgson
10. "Legitimacy Under Pressure" in High Security Prisons, Alison Liebling
11. An Unenviable Task: How Federal Courts Legitimized Mass Incarceration, Jonathan Simon
12. The Situated Production of Legitimacy: Perspectives from the Global South, Andrew Jefferson
13. Legitimacy and the Development of International Standards for Punishment, Dirk van Zyl Smit
14. Dialogue and Dialectic: Police Legitimacy and the New Professionalism, Peter Neyroud and Lawrence Sherman
PART 4: LEGITIMACY AND CRIME
15. Does Low Legitimacy Cause Crime? A Review of the Evidence, Manuel Eisner and Amy Nivette
16. Legitimacy, Trust and Compliance: An Empirical Test of Procedural Justice Theory Using the European Social Survey, Mike Hough, Jon Jackson and Ben Bradford