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Criminal Justice in Diverse Communities

Criminal Justice in Diverse Communities

Edited by Andrew Goldsmith and Mark Israel


Criminal Justice in Diverse Communities is a special issue (Volume 17 No 1) of the journal Law in Context. The contents are listed below. You can read the abstract for each chapter by clicking on its title.

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Criminal Justice in Diverse Communities: An Introduction
Andrew Goldsmith and Mark Israel
Policing and Self-policing in the Shadow of the Law: Negotiating Space for Public Dissent
Mary Heath
Informal Resolution of Police Complaints in Australia: Building Better Understanding or Mere Bureaucratic Convenience?
Andrew Goldsmith
Policing and Crime Prevention: The Role of Insurance
Sharyn L Roach Anleu, Lorraine Green Mazerolle and Lois Presser
Choice, Consent and Autonomy in a Guilty Plea System
Kathy Mack and Sharyn Roach Anleu
Juries, Race and the Construction of Community
Mark Israel
How Evidence and Social Identity Interact to Affect Jurors' Judgments
Neil Brewer, RM Hupfeld and Carolyn Schmidt
The Criminal Justice System and the Construction of Aboriginality
Heather McRae
Restorative Justice in Diverse and Unequal Societies
Kathleen Daly
The Surprising Liability and Fundamental Assets of Diverse Juries
Robert J Boeckmann

Published June 2000
Publisher The Federation Press
ISBN 9781862873636
Australian RRP $33.00
International Price $30.00
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