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Criminology as Peacemaking.

Pepinsky, Hal.
June 4, 2015

Source: (1991) Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 350p.

An anthology includes 20 essays and reviews on the emerging criminology of peacemaking. The peacemaking perspective seeks to alleviate suffering and thereby reduce crime. Peacemaking criminology envisions human transformation in the achievement of peace and justice, Feminist Peacemaking Traditions and Women’s Experience, and Critical Peacemaking Traditions.


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