Appearance Bias and Crime
Ms. Bonnie Berry (Redaktør)
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Part I. Unattractiveness, Criminality, and Victimization: 1. Appearance and delinquency Robert Agnew; 2. 'Ugly' criminals and 'ugly' victims: a quantitative analysis of add health data Brent Teasdale and Bonnie Berry; Part II. Race, Ethnicity, and Nationality as Targeted Identities: 3. Racial profiling and reconciliation: the quest for indigenous justice in Canada Terry Wotherspoon and John Hansen; 4. Black Lives Matter: the watchdog for the criminal justice system Lorenzo M. Boyd and Kimberly Conway Dumpson; 5. An absence of appearance identifiers: misguided moral crusades in anti-human trafficking Billy James Ulibarri; Part III. The Process of Social Control as Influenced by Appearance: 6. Becoming and being a woman prisoner: does appearance matter? Brenda Chaney; 7. The impact of victim attractiveness on victim blameworthiness and defendant guilt determinations in cases of domestic and sexual assault Jennifer Wareham, Bonnie Berry, Brenda Sims Blackwell and Denise Paquette Boots; 8. Do attractive women 'get away' with traffic violations? An observational study of police responses to traffic stops Brent Teasdale, Taylor Gann and Dean Dabney; 9. The police 'presence': public service versus intimidation Stephen A. Bishopp; Part IV. Identifying Terrorists, Mistakenly or Not, by Appearance: 10. Dressed to kill: jihadi appearance and its significance in Austria and beyond Daniela Pisoiu; 11. Charisma, prisoner radicalization, and terrorism: the role of appearance Mark S. Hamm; Part VI. Very Visible Differences: Orientation, Disability, Freaks, and Clowns and their Relationship to Crime and Victimization: 12. Queer looking: appearance and LGBTQ citizens' victimization and interactions with the criminal justice system Elicka Peterson Sparks and Ian Skinner; 13. Visible disabilities and risk of interpersonal victimization Heidi L. Scherer and Bradford W. Reyns; 14. Remarkably unique human appearances: scary clowns and freaks Bonnie Berry; 15. Appearance criminology: a new approach toward equitable treatment Bonnie Berry; Index.
Offers an entirely new way of examining crime, criminal victimization, and crime control, through the lens of appearance bias.