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e-Book Class, state, and crime: On the theory and practice of criminal justice download

e-Book Class, state, and crime: On the theory and practice of criminal justice download

by Richard Quinney

ISBN: 0679303340
ISBN13: 978-0679303343
Language: English
Publisher: D. McKay Co (1977)
Pages: 179
Category: Social Sciences
Subategory: Sociology

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Richard Quinney, (born May 16, 1934, Elkhorn, Wisconsin, . Quinney followed a Marxist approach in citing social inequities as the root of crime. He built on this early work in the book Class, State, and Crime (1977), in which he argued that crime is a function of society’s structure, that the law is created by those in power to protect and serve their interests (as opposed to the interests of the broader public), and that the criminal justice system is an. agent of oppression designed to perpetuate the status quo.

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Quinney propounds a rigorously Marxist theory of crime and the criminal justice system, anchoring himself .

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Class, state, and crime: On the theory and practice of criminal justice. A book that must be read to understand the origins and development of critical criminology. 2d ed. New York: Longman. It develops extensive critiques of mainstream theories and offers radical alternatives to those explanations. back to top. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page.

Richard Quinney, American Sociology educator. Book by Quinney, Richard). Class, State, and Crime. Recipient award Fulbright Foundation, 1986, Edwin Sutherland award American Society Criminology, 1984. Things Once Seen by Quinney, Richard (2008) Hardcover.

The theory of criminal justice is the branch of philosophy of law that deals with criminal justice and in particular punishment. The theory of criminal justice has deep connections to other areas of philosophy, such as political philosophy and ethics, as well as to criminal justice in practice. Typically, legal theorists and philosophers consider four distinct kinds of justice: corrective justice, distributive justice, procedural justice, and retributive justice.

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