Table of Contents

Part I Theories and methodologies of critical criminology

Critical Criminological Research

Julie Stubbs

Culture, Critical Criminology and the Imagination of Crime

Alison Young

Class Analysis and the Crime Problem

Rob White

Psychologising Criminals and the Frankfurt School’s Critique

Thalia Anthony and Dorothea Anthony

Neo-Liberalism and Risk in Criminology

Pat O’Malley

Crime and Social Theory

Robert van Krieken

Part II Critical theory in action

Critical Reflections on Feminist Criminologies

Kerry Carrington

Masculinities, Crime and Criminalisation

Stephen Tomsen

Narrating the Chase: Edgework and Young Peoples’ Experiences of Crime

Mark Halsey

Ethnic Minority Immigrants, Crime and the State

Scott Poynting

Colonial Critique and Critical Criminology: Issues in Aboriginal Law and Aboriginal Violence

Harry Blagg

Part III Broadening definitions of crime and criminology

State Crime: Some Conceptual Issues

Mike Grewcock

Torture and Terror

Elizabeth Stanley

The New Criminals: Refugees and Asylum Seekers

Sharon Pickering

Hate Crime

Gail Mason

Dead Man Working? Critical Criminology, Human Rights and the Workplace

Barbara Ann Hocking and Scott Guy

Part IV Responses to crime

Key Issues in a Critical Approach to Policing

Jude McCulloch

Police Culture: A Brief History of a Concept

Janet Chan

Giving Voice: The Prisoner and Discursive Citizenship

David Brown

Understanding Prisoner Resistance: Power, Visibility and Survival in High-Security

Bree Carlton

Risk, Punishment and Liberty

Mark Brown

Penal Populism and the Contemporary Role of Punishment

John Pratt

Part V Future directions in critical criminology

Resisting a “Law and Order” Society

Russell Hogg

Understanding Restorative Justice Through the Lens of Critical Criminology

Chris Cunneen

Toward Constituting a Critical Criminology for Rural Australia

Garry Coventry and Darren Palmer

Globalised Crime and Governance: The Outcomes for Understanding International Criminal Justice

Mark Findlay


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