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Social Justice and Critical Criminology: On Integrating Knowledge

Arrigo, Bruce A
June 4, 2015

Source: (2000) Contemporary Justice Review 3(1): 7

Demonstrates how the criminological theories individually embrace and interpret four core knowledge dimensions. Relationship between critical criminology and social justice; Identification of criminal orientations which were then linked to the core dimensions; Contention that these points of conceptual synthesis form the basis for an evolving theory of social justice based upon critical criminological thought.


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