By Louis J. Gesualdi
A peacemaking method of criminology is a humane, nonviolent, and medical method of the therapy of crime and the criminal. This selection of twenty-two essays offers a finished creation to a peacemaking method of criminology.
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Chapter Ten Kappeler, Blumberg and Potter’s The Mythology of Crime and Criminal Justice A Brief Aspect 1 Victor E. Kappeler, Mark Blumberg and Gary Potter’s The Mythology of Crime and Criminal Justice questions the many widespread beliefs of deviance, crime and criminal justice in the United States. Their book shows how different crime related problems and issues (such as, organized crime, police work, illegal drugs, incarceration rates and capital punishment) have been twisted into myths. 2 The text analyzes the development of specific myths of crime.
These basic rights do not exist in the United States today. Affirmative action would be almost meaningless if unemployment, underemployment, poverty and a lack of health care continue to exist in this country. In conclusion, Peacemaking Criminology indicates that the development and protection of basic human rights, including affirmative action, are needed in America for all forms of discrimination to end and for human beings to have full, productive, healthy and creative lives. 34 Chapter 9 NOTES 1.
Wilson, 3 have argued that the black single female headed family is deficient in providing the discipline and habits necessary for personality development in African American youth. They claim that the said requirements for personality development can only be provided by the father, and they view the black single-female-headed household as a major cause of America’s high crime rates. However, the data refute this assessment. S. 8 percent to 18 percent among whites and from 29 percent to 58 percent among blacks.
A Peacemaking Approach to Criminology: A Collection of Writings by Louis J. Gesualdi