What is criminology?

edited by Mary Bosworth and Carolyn Hoyle

Criminology is a booming discipline, yet one which can appear divided and fractious. In this rich and diverse collection of 34 essays, some of the worlds leading criminologists respond to a series of questions designed to investigate the state, impact and future challenges of the discipline: What is criminology for? What is the impact of criminology? How should criminology be done? What are the key issues and debates in criminology today? What challenges does the discipline of criminology face? How has criminology as a discipline changed over the last few decades? The resulting essays identify a series of intellectual, methodological and ideological borders. Borders, in criminology as elsewhere, are policed, yet they are also frequently transgressed; criminologists can and do move across them to plunder, admire, or learn from other regions. While some boundaries may be more difficult or dangerous to cross than others it is rare to find an entirely secluded locale or community. In traversing ideological, political, geographical and disciplinary borders, criminologists bring training, tools and concepts, as well as key texts to share with foreigners. From such exchanges, over time, borders may break down, shift, or spring up, enriching those who take the journey and those who are visited. It is, in other words, in criminologys capacity for and commitment to reflexivity, on which the strength of the field depends.

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[目次]

  • Preface: John Braithwaite
  • Introduction
  • PART I CRIMINOLOGY AND ITS CONSTITUENCIES
  • 1. CONCEPTUAL ALLEGIANCES: WHOSE SIDE ARE YOU ON?
  • 1. Criminology's Public Roles: A Drama in Six Acts
  • 2. Some Advantages of a Crime-Free Criminology
  • 3. Critical Criminology: The Renewal of Theory Politics and Practice
  • 4. Disciplinarity and Drift
  • 5. The Global Financial Crisis: Neo-Liberalism, Social Democracy and Criminology
  • 6. Against Evangelism in Academic Criminology: For Criminology as a Scientific Art
  • 2. METHODOLOGICAL ALLEGIANCES: HOW SHOULD CRIMINOLOGY BE DONE?
  • 7. Shake it up Baby: Practicing Rock 'n' Roll Criminology
  • 8. Criminology's Disney World: The Ethnographer's Ride of South African Criminal Justice
  • 9. Origins of Criminology
  • 10. He was a Woman: Pitfalls and Possibilities of Popular Audiences
  • 11. Sort Crimes, Not Criminals
  • 12. Studying Desistance from Crime: Where Quantitative Meets Qualitative Methods
  • 13. Criminology and the Role of Experimental Research
  • 3. POLITICAL ALLEGIANCES: WHAT IS CRIMINOLOGY FOR?
  • 14. Criminology and Social Justice: Expanding the Intellectual Commitment
  • 15. A New Look at Victim and Offender - An Abolitionist Approach
  • 16. Remembering Criminology's 'Forgotten Theme': Seeking Justice in U.S. Crime Policy Using an Intersectional Approach
  • 17. Postcolonial Perspectives for Criminology
  • PART II CRIMINOLOGY AND ITS BORDERS
  • 1. THE LIMITS OF THE DISCIPLINE: WHERE DO WE DRAW THE LINE?
  • 18. Putting Crime Back on the Criminological Agenda
  • 19. Transcending the Boundaries of Criminology: The Example of Richard Ericson
  • 20. Criminology's Place in the Academic Field
  • 21. Why Can't Criminology Be More Like Medical Research?: Be Careful What You Wish For
  • 22. Criminal Justice, Not Criminology?
  • 23. Criminology, Accountability and International Justice
  • 2. THE LIMITS OF GEOGRAPHY: DOES CRIMINOLOGY TRAVEL?
  • 24. Transnational Criminology and the Globalization of Harm Production
  • 25. The Missing Link: Criminological Perspectives on Dealing with the Past
  • 26. Why Compare Criminal Justice?
  • 27. Visions of Global Control: Cosmopolitan Aspirations in a World of Friction
  • 3. THE LIMITS OF THE ACADEMY: WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF CRIMINOLOGY?
  • 28. Criminology as Invention
  • 29. Criminological Cliques: Narrowing Dialogues, Institutional Protectionism, and the Next Generation
  • 30. Official Criminology and the New Crime Sciences
  • 31. Criminology: Science and Policy Analysis
  • 32. Criminology, Bureaucracy and Unfinished Business
  • 33. Criminology and Government: Some reflections on Recent Developments in England
  • 34. Being a Criminologist: Investigation as a Lifestyle and Living
  • Conclusion

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書名 What is criminology?
著作者等 Bosworth, Mary
Hoyle, Carolyn
Bosworth Mary Francesca
出版元 Oxford University Press
刊行年月 2011
ページ数 xxxvi, 551 p.
大きさ 26 cm
ISBN 9780199571826
NCID BB05294974
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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