Emotions, Crime and Justice

Professor Susanne Karstedt (Redaktør) ; Ian Loader (Redaktør) ; Heather Strang (Redaktør)

'...the book is a must read. It presents a series of state of the art chapters on various subjects that are critical in criminology. The chapters are deeply rooted in the patrimony of criminological literature [and] offer an excellent balance of theoretical reflection and empirical work; the empirical methodology ranges from insightful qualitative observation, even introspective reflection, to clever quantitative measuring and sophisticated statistics' Lode Walgrave, Criminology and Criminal Justice

This volume brings together leading criminologists and sociologists from across the world in a much needed conversation about how to re-calibrate reason and emotion in crime and justice today. Les mer
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'...the book is a must read. It presents a series of state of the art chapters on various subjects that are critical in criminology. The chapters are deeply rooted in the patrimony of criminological literature [and] offer an excellent balance of theoretical reflection and empirical work; the empirical methodology ranges from insightful qualitative observation, even introspective reflection, to clever quantitative measuring and sophisticated statistics' Lode Walgrave, Criminology and Criminal Justice

This volume brings together leading criminologists and sociologists from across the world in a much needed conversation about how to re-calibrate reason and emotion in crime and justice today. The contributions range from the micro-analysis of emotions in violent encounters to the paradoxes and tensions that arise from the emotionalisation of criminal justice in the public sphere. They explore the emotional labour in police and penal institutions, the justice experiences of victims and offenders, and the role of vengeance, forgiveness and regret. This set of original essays offers a fresh and timely perspective on problems of crime and justice in contemporary liberal democracies.

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Handle with Care: Emotions, Crime and Justice
SUSANNE KARSTEDT
PART I: EMOTIONS IN TRANSGRESSION AND CRIME
1. Forward Panic and Violent Atrocities
RANDALL COLLINS
2. Making Sense of 'Senseless Violence'
WILLEM DE HAAN
3. Shame, Pride and Workplace Bullying
ELIZA AHMED AND JOHN BRAITHWAITE
4. The Sensual Dynamics of Processes of Personal Reform: Desistance from Crime and the Role of Emotions
ADAM CALVERLEY AND STEPHEN FARRALL
5. Trends in Crime and Fear: Lessons from Chicago, 1994 -2003
WESLEY G SKOGAN
6. Moral Indignation in the East Of England: A Youthful Twist on Ranulf's Ageing Thesis
ANNA KING AND SHADD MARUNA
PART II: EMOTIONAL EXPERIENCES OF JUSTICE
7. Empathy for the Devil: The Nature and Nurture of Revenge
LAWRENCE W SHERMAN AND HEATHER STRANG
8. Reintegrative Ritual: Restorative Justice and Micro-Sociology
MEREDITH ROSSNER
9. Shame, Ethical Identity and Conformity: Lessons from Research on the Psychology of Social Influence
NATHAN HARRIS
10. Procedural Justice, Emotions and Resistance to Authority
KRISTINA MURPHY
PART III: 'EMOTION WORK' IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE INSTITUTIONS
11. Dealing with Defiant Citizens: Building Emotional Intelligence into Police Work
BAS VAN STOKKOM
12. Managing Prisoners, Managing Emotion: The Dynamics of Age, Culture and Identity
ELAINE CRAWLEY
PART IV: VIOLENCE, RECONCILIATION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION: DEALING WITH COLLECTIVE EMOTIONS
13. Alienation, Love and Hate as Causes of Collective Violence
THOMAS J SCHEFF
14. Dealing with Emotions in Peacemaking
JOHN D BREWER
PART V: DEMOCRACY AND PENAL SENTIMENTS
15. Divided Sympathies: David Hume and Contemporary
Criminology
RICHARD SPARKS
16. The Power and Limits of Populism: An Illustration from Recent Penal Developments in New Zealand
JOHN PRATT
17. Playing with Fire? Democracy and the Emotions of Crime and Punishment
IAN LOADER

Om forfatteren

Susanne Karstedt is Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies, School of Law, University of Leeds.
Ian Loader is Professor of Criminology at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of All Souls College.
Heather Strang is Director of Research at the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge.