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Editor-in-Chief:

David Polizzi
Indiana State University

Associate Editor:
Matthew Draper
Utah Valley University

Book Review Editor:
Jennifer Grimes
Indiana State University

Assistants-to-the-Editors


Roger Schaefer
Washington State University

William Mackey
University of Cincinnati



 
   


Vol. 6(2) July 2014

&

Vol. 6(3) October 2014

Special Edition: Restorative Jusice & Peace Making Criminology

Special Edition Editor:

Michael Braswell, East Tennesse State


Editor's Statement
By David Polizzi, Editor in Chief
Associate Professor Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice Indiana State University

The Trouble(s) with Unification: Debating Assumptions,Methods, and Expertise in Criminology

J. Wheeldon, Norwich University
J. Heidt, University of the Fraser Valley B. Dooley, University of Maryland

 

Obscene Remainders: Neoliberalism and the Gang Crisis Narrative

James A. Buccellato, PhD Senior Lecturer, Political Science

Irvin D. Reid Honors College Wayne State University

 

FEATURED TEXT REVIEW AND COMMENTARY :

Theorizing Crime and Deviance: New Perspective Steve Hall Sage Publications

 

Synopsis of Theorizing Crime and Deviance: A New Perspective

Sage Publications 2012 Steve Hall, Teesside University, UK

 

Revitalizing Criminology: Comments on Steve Hall (2012), Theorizing Crime and Deviance: A New Perspective

Dragan Milovanovic, Northeastern Illinois University.

 

 

Some thoughts on Steve Hall's Theorizing Crime and Deviance: A New Perspective

Simon Winlow, Teesside Centre for Realist Criminology

 

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Special Edition, October, 2014, Vol. 6(3)

Restorative Justice & Peace Making Criminology October, 2014

Michael Braswell, Guest Editor

 

Restorative Justice and Peacemaking: Editor's Introduction
Michael Braswell, Special Edition Editor East Tennessee State

Police Officers as Peace Officers:A Philosophical and Theoretical Examination of Policing from a Peacemaking Approach
Michael D. Bush, Northern Kentucky University
Kimberly D. Dodson, Western Illinois University

Reintegrative Shaming: Theory into Practice
Jennifer L. Mongold, King University
Bradley D. Edwards, East Tennessee State University

Restorative Student Judicial Circles: A Way to Strengthen Traditional Student Judicial Board Practices
Kevin J. Derajtys, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Lana A. McDowell, Georgia Gwinnett College

Individual Operationalization of Peacemaking: Teaching Ethics outside the Classroom
Vanessa H. Woodward, University of West Georgia
John Randolph Fuller, University of West Georgia

Unlocking the Legal System from Vengeance, Harm, and Punitive Justice: Toward a Compassionate Revolution of Peace, Caring, and Unitive Justice
John F. Wozniak, Western Illinois University

 

 

 


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