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Theoretical & Philosophical Criminology 

ISSN: 2166-8094     

Editor-in-Chief:
David Polizzi
Indiana State University 

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Matthew Draper
Utah Valley University

Roger Schaefer
Central Washington University 

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Indiana State University

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Vol 12: September 2020

                                      Special Edition:
Blame, Responsibility, and Forgiveness: Problematizing Peacemaking Criminology
Editors:  Bruce Arrigo, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA
                                              &
               David Polizzi, Indiana State University, USA


Problematizing Peacemaking: A Conversational Inquiry and 
Philosophical Critique 
                                                                 (153-170)
Don Crewe, Leeds Beckett University, UK
Bruce Arrigo, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, USA
David Polizzi, Indiana State University, USA

Responsive Categorization and Accusation                                 (171-187)
George Pavlich, Professor and H.M. Tory Chair,
Department of Sociology, University of Alberta

Between Athens and Jerusalem in Peacemaking Criminology: The Importance of Weak and Marginal Positions

Aaron Pycroft, University of Portsmouth, UK                              (188-199)

Response to Pavlich and Pycroft
Don Crewe, Leeds Beckett University, UK                                   (200-206)

 

August 2020 Issue:

Crime as an assemblage                                                             (68-79)

Phil Crockett Thomas, University of Glasgow

Reconsidering the response to mass violence: Meaning,
choice and human truth 
                                                             (80-97)

Michael DeValve, Bridgewater State University 

On Criminogenic grit and theoretical criminology                   (98-115)
Chidike I. Okeem, Western New England University 

In their own words: A qualitative exploration of Agnew's
storylines among imprisoned offenders
                                (116-137)

Amanda Howerton-Orcutt,  Gina Curcio, Jeb Booth, Salem State University
Richard Byng, University of Plymouth 
John Campbell, University of Exeter

Following Foucault's continuum between war and law
in Kosovo: 'Hybrid policing' and selective criminalization in 
international policing 
                                                            (138-152)

Teresa Degenhardt, Queen's University Belfast


 



 

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