Issues in Justice book. This book", says Dr. Muraskin, "represents some critical issues we face in the criminal justice system with implications for policy changes.
Issues in Justice book. This work represents an attempt to increase our understanding of the problems faced by an already overburdened criminal justice system". The field continues to change. New te "This book", says Dr.
Crime and the Media: Headlines Versus Reality by. Roslyn Muraskin. Women and Justice: It's a Crime by.
The discrimination and inequitable treatment of women within international criminal justice systems is the focus of this text. Illustrated within the nine chapters of the book, women, as a class, have been excluded from participating as workers in the criminal justice system. Women have also received inferior treatment when incarcerated, compared to their male counterparts; and have had their court proceedings influenced by sex role stereotypes when women are the victims of crime.
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Key Correctional Issues. Dr. Roslyn Muraskin received her P. in criminal justice from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
Key Correctional Issues. Placing corrections in historical and social contexts, this unique book seeks to connect correctional issues to broader questions concerning the meanings of and rationales for punishment in the 21st century Selections cover various topics such as suicide, religion, technocorrections, the death penalty, women and minority prisoners, alternatives to incarceration and more, For individuals interested in or pursuing a career in corrections.
1. Looking to the Future of Criminal Justice,Roslyn Muraskin and Albert R. Roberts. Crime Challenges in the Twenty-First Century.
It would be great to believe that equality exists for all, but that is not yet the case in this Twenty-First century. 1.