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Controlling the Dangerous Classes

A Critical Introduction to the History of Criminal Justice

by Randall G. Shelden

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Published by Allyn & Bacon .
Written in English


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Number of Pages322
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ISBN 100205318894
ISBN 109780205318896

Table of Contents for Controlling the dangerous classes: a history of criminal justice in America / Randall G. Shelden, available from the Library of Congress. In this book, you will learn topics such as Processing the Dangerous Classes: The American Court System, Housing the Dangerous Classes: The Emergence and Growth of the Prison System, Controlling the Young: The Emergence and Growth of the Juvenile Justice System, and Perpetuating Patriarchy: Keeping Women in their Place plus much more.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: graphs ; 20 cm. Contents: Whose welfare? An introduction / Betty Reid Mandell --Radical critique of federal work and manpower programs, / Henry L. Allen --Social welfare and social class: income, wealth, and power / Larry Beeferman --Who rules the social services? The Role of Racism. Controlling Women's Bodies and Sexuality. Young Women and the Juvenile Justice System. Women and Criminal Justice Today. Sentencing Patterns, the War on Drugs, and Women. Some Concluding Thoughts. 7.A Look Ahead in the New Millennium: The Crime Control Industry; Still Controlling the Dangerous Classes. The Crime-Control.

J. Sakai’s ground-breaking, The “Dangerous Class” and Revolutionary Theory: Thoughts on the Making of the Lumpen/Proletariat, is our first major exploration of this most controversial and least understood “non-class” in revolutionary is an attempt to unknot the puzzle. It encompasses the threads of criminality as well as gender, of breaking social boundaries and eating. In Controlling the Dangerous Classes, criminologist Randall G. Shelden traces the history of the criminal justice system and its historical biases through the development of the police institution and the juvenile justice and prison demonstrates that the development, interpretation, and application of these laws has been aimed at controlling those from the most .


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The authors trace the roots of race, class, and gender bias in how laws are written, interpreted, and applied. The management of dangerous classes is not a recent phenomenon; there is a long history of keeping those who derive the least advantage from the status quo (and therefore pose the greatest threat) under by: Still Controlling the Dangerous Classes: the War on Drugs.

Chapter 3 PROCESSING THE DANGEROUS CLASSES: THE AMERICAN COURT SYSTEM. Introduction. The Development of the Modern Court System: The Colonial System.

Processing Criminal Cases: The Justice of the Peace in Colonial America. Upholding Morality. Hunting Witches and Religious Price: $ Maintaining the social order to their advantage resulted in the systematic repression of disadvantaged groups—the “dangerous classes.” The third edition retains a historical approach to exploring patterns of social control and, through current examples, demonstrates how those strategies continue authors trace the roots of race, class, and gender bias in how laws are written, 5/5(1).

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Buy, rent or sell.In my book, Controlling the Dangerous Classes, I did not intend to offer a precise definition of the term “dangerous classes.” [10] Historically, different groups have been so labeled at different points in time.

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