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Bias, prejudice, and corruption riddle the history of US jurisprudence. Policing American Indians: A Unique Chapter in American Jurisprudence explores these injustices, specifically the treatment of American Indians. A mix of academic research as well as field experience, this book draws on author Laurence French's more than 40 years of experience with American Indian individuals and groups. It illustrates how, despite changes in the law to correct past injustices, a subculture of discrimination often persists in law enforcement, whether by a prosecutor or a street cop. The book provides specific examples of the role of police in extra-legal confrontations with American Indians, as well as examples of using the US military to police American Indians. It covers the ways in which US policy regarding American Indians has changed since the country's birth, including recent changes in policy as a response to issues of national security following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Policing American Indians takes an interdisciplinary approach that includes criminology, sociology, anthropology, cultural psychology, and historical analysis of geopolitics. It challenges actual historical practices of the basic concepts of due process and justice for all espoused by the American criminal justice system. It also adds a nuanced cultural dimension to the history of policing in American history to give you a more detailed image of unjust behavior in the history of American criminal justice.Introduction Understanding Social Control Models of Policing Aboriginal Justice Model: The Harmony Ethos The Hopi The Navajo (Dine) The Aboriginal Cherokee The Sioux Euro-American Indigenous Relations, Policies, and Control (1675-1975) Introduction Colonial Indian Wars Controlling the Indian Problem in the New Republic Checkered History of Indian Policing and Indian Justice U.S. Army and the Indian Wars of 1865-1891 The Post-Indian War Era Examples of Police Abuse Toward American Indians Agent Provocateurs, Massacres, and Political Assassinations Police Role in Enforcing Cultural Genocide Policies Wounded Knee II: The Last Battles of the Twentieth Century Policing the Americas: Enforcing Manifest Destiny and the Monroe Doctrine Texas Rangers U.S. Army Policing the Mexican Revolution Policing the Monroe Doctrine The Contemporary Situation Changes under the New Federalism Federal Police Academy NAFTA's Aftermath 9/11 Aftermath


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Tytuł: Policing American Indians
Autor: Laurence Armand French
Producent: Productivity Press Inc
ISBN: 9781498705639
Rok produkcji: 2015
Ilość stron: 199
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.44 kg


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Policing American Indians

Bias, prejudice, and corruption riddle the history of US jurisprudence. Policing American Indians: A Unique Chapter in American Jurisprudence explores these injustices, specifically the treatment of American Indians. A mix of academic research as well as field experience, this book draws on author Laurence French's more than 40 years of experience with American Indian individuals and groups. It illustrates how, despite changes in the law to correct past injustices, a subculture of discrimination often persists in law enforcement, whether by a prosecutor or a street cop. The book provides specific examples of the role of police in extra-legal confrontations with American Indians, as well as examples of using the US military to police American Indians. It covers the ways in which US policy regarding American Indians has changed since the country's birth, including recent changes in policy as a response to issues of national security following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Policing American Indians takes an interdisciplinary approach that includes criminology, sociology, anthropology, cultural psychology, and historical analysis of geopolitics. It challenges actual historical practices of the basic concepts of due process and justice for all espoused by the American criminal justice system. It also adds a nuanced cultural dimension to the history of policing in American history to give you a more detailed image of unjust behavior in the history of American criminal justice.Introduction Understanding Social Control Models of Policing Aboriginal Justice Model: The Harmony Ethos The Hopi The Navajo (Dine) The Aboriginal Cherokee The Sioux Euro-American Indigenous Relations, Policies, and Control (1675-1975) Introduction Colonial Indian Wars Controlling the Indian Problem in the New Republic Checkered History of Indian Policing and Indian Justice U.S. Army and the Indian Wars of 1865-1891 The Post-Indian War Era Examples of Police Abuse Toward American Indians Agent Provocateurs, Massacres, and Political Assassinations Police Role in Enforcing Cultural Genocide Policies Wounded Knee II: The Last Battles of the Twentieth Century Policing the Americas: Enforcing Manifest Destiny and the Monroe Doctrine Texas Rangers U.S. Army Policing the Mexican Revolution Policing the Monroe Doctrine The Contemporary Situation Changes under the New Federalism Federal Police Academy NAFTA's Aftermath 9/11 Aftermath

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