Radical Criminology, edited by Jeff Shantz [Kwantlen Polytecnic 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 3 (Winter 2014) includes: EDITORIAL / Jeff Shantz, “Neither Justice nor Crime (We Are All Criminals Now)” — FEATURES/Nicholas Chagnon, “Heinous Crime or Acceptable Violence? The Disparate Framing of Femicides in Hawai’ii — Tage Alalehto, “Ivar Kreuger: An International Swindler of Magnitude” — ARTS/”Art Against Extraction Industries, feat. cover artist Fanny Aishaa, + Likhts’amisyu hereditary chief Toghestiy, Gord Hill +more” — INSURGENCIES/Christopher Petrella, “The Color of Corporate Corrections, Part II: Contractual Exemptions and the Overrepresentation of People of Color in Private Prisons” — Aiyana Ormond, “Jaywalking to Jail: Capitalism, mass incarceration and social control on the streets of Vancouver” — Vicki Chartrand, “Tears 4 Justice and the Missing and Murdered Women and Children Across Canada: An Interview with Gladys Radek” — BOOK REVIEWS/”Drawing the Line Once Again” (by Paul Goodman), reviewed by Jeff Shantz
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