This fresh new textbook to balance theory and the real world, addressing topics relating to race, ethnicity, criminality and criminalization, looking at the criminal justice system, the media, and the death penalty. In addition to information on crime and incarceration rates, White-collar crime, and the "typical criminal," the discussion of minorities and public perceptions is set within a broader context including the issues of terrorism and human trafficking, where race and ethnicity are also vital to public perceptions.
Intro Table of Contents Preface Chapter 1. Race, Ethnicity and Criminality. Is There a Relationship? Chapter 2. The Criminal Justice System Chapter 3. Race, Ethnicity and the Media Chapter 4. Race and the Death Penalty Chapter 5. Race, Ethnicity and Terrorism Chapter 6. Race, Ethnicity and Human Trafficking. Chapter 7. Race, Ethnicity and the Concept of Crime- An Alternate Perspective Bibliography Index.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Print version: Williams, Dianne Race, Ethnicity and Crime