Becoming Criminal
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Opis: Becoming Criminal - Don Crewe

Crime is perceived as a perennial problem in society. However, criminological study has arguably learned very little about questions of criminality. The reason for this is that criminology remains largely a modernist empirical discipline with attendant modernist assumptions. Primary among these is the assumption that criminals are pathological in their responses to the world around them. This book demonstrates that this is not the case. Crewe deconstructs conventional modernist criminological conceptualizations of the role of individuals in the construction of the world of which they are a part and provides a radically new model of the relationship between humans' way of being in the world and the capacities of society to constrain them. This book reconsiders the relationship between society, crime and the law and includes a foreword from Professor Bruce Arrigo, University of North Carolina, USA.Preface by Bruce Arrigo Acknowledgements Part One: What is Theory Chapter 1: Theory as Productive of Certainty: Teleology, Cause, Reason, and Emancipation. Chapter 2: Theory as Causal Explanation Chapter 3: The Nature of Theory Part Two: Will Chapter 4: Agency and Will Chapter 5: Being and Becoming Chapter 6: Becoming Part Three. Constraint Chapter 7: Power. Chapter 8: Constraint Chapter 9: Change and Complexity


Szczegóły: Becoming Criminal - Don Crewe

Tytuł: Becoming Criminal
Autor: Don Crewe
Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780230216815
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 240
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.45 kg


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Becoming Criminal

Crime is perceived as a perennial problem in society. However, criminological study has arguably learned very little about questions of criminality. The reason for this is that criminology remains largely a modernist empirical discipline with attendant modernist assumptions. Primary among these is the assumption that criminals are pathological in their responses to the world around them. This book demonstrates that this is not the case. Crewe deconstructs conventional modernist criminological conceptualizations of the role of individuals in the construction of the world of which they are a part and provides a radically new model of the relationship between humans' way of being in the world and the capacities of society to constrain them. This book reconsiders the relationship between society, crime and the law and includes a foreword from Professor Bruce Arrigo, University of North Carolina, USA.Preface by Bruce Arrigo Acknowledgements Part One: What is Theory Chapter 1: Theory as Productive of Certainty: Teleology, Cause, Reason, and Emancipation. Chapter 2: Theory as Causal Explanation Chapter 3: The Nature of Theory Part Two: Will Chapter 4: Agency and Will Chapter 5: Being and Becoming Chapter 6: Becoming Part Three. Constraint Chapter 7: Power. Chapter 8: Constraint Chapter 9: Change and Complexity

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Szczegóły: Becoming Criminal - Don Crewe

Tytuł: Becoming Criminal
Autor: Don Crewe
Producent: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780230216815
Rok produkcji: 2013
Ilość stron: 240
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