Radical Criminology 5: On Public Criminology II (Volume 5)

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Radical Criminology, edited by Jeff Shantz [Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Vancouver, British Columbia], is dedicated to bridging the gap between the academy and the global activist community, especially with regard to state violence, state-corporate crime, the growth of surveillance regimes, and the prison-industrial complex. More pointedly, the journal aims to be not simply a project of critique, but is also geared toward a praxis of struggle, insurgence, and practical resistance. Issue 5 (Autumn 2015) is a special issue on “Public Criminology II” guest-edited by Carrie Sanders and Lauren Eisler. TABLE OF CONTENTS: EDITORIAL / Jeff Shantz, “Time for Criminology: The Established is not Enough” — FEATURED ARTICLES: PUBLIC CRIMINOLOGY II / Carrie B. Sanders & Lauren Eisler, “Critical Reflections on ‘Public Criminology’: An Introduction” — Christopher J. Schneider, “Public Criminology and the 2011 Vancouver Riot: Public Perceptions of Crime and Justice in the 21st Century” — Pauline K. Brennan, Meda Chesney-Lind, Abby L. Vandenberg, and Timbre Wulf-Ludden, “THE SAVED and the DAMNED: Racialized Media Constructions of Female Drug Offenders” — Bernard Schissel, “The Plight of Children and Youth: A Human Rights Study” — COMMENTARIES: PUBLIC CRIMINOLOGY II / Jeff Ferrell, “Drift: A Criminology of the Contemporary Crisis” — Andrew D. Hathaway, “Public Criminology in an Age of Austerity: Reflections from the Margins of Drug Policy Research” — Patricia G. Erickson, “Social Regulation of Drugs: The New “Normal”? — ARTS & CULTURE / Marc James Léger, “What Is a Rebel? A Conversation with Guillermo Trejo” — BOOK REVIEWS / Re-reading Foucault: On Law, Power and Rights [Ben Golder, Editor], reviewed by Irina Ceric — “Too Asian?” Racism, Privilege, and Post-Secondary Education [RJ Gilmour, Davina Bhandar, Jeet Heer, and Michael C.K. MA., Editors], reviewed by Jakub Burkowicz — Youth in revolt: Reclaiming a democratic future [Henry A. Giroux], reviewed by Jamie Thomas

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