Constructing Crime: Contemporary Processes of Criminalization (Law and Society)

Constructing Crime: Contemporary Processes of Criminalization (Law and Society)

By: Joan Brockman (editor), Janet Mosher (editor), Marie-Andree Bertrand (contributor)Paperback

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This book will appeal to policy-makers and students and practitioners of law, criminology, and sociology.

About Author

Janet Mosher is an associate professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. Joan Brockman is a professor at the School of Criminology, Simon Fraser University. Contributors: Colin S. Campbell, Lisa Chartrand, Timothy F. Hartnagel, Joe Hermer, Frederic Lemieux, Nadege Sauvetre, Garry J. Smith, Cora Weber-Pillwax With an Afterword by Marie-Andree Bertrand

Contents

Introduction / Janet Mosher and Joan Brockman 1 Welfare Fraud: The Construction of Social Assistance as Crime / Janet Mosher and Joe Hermer 2 Fraud against the Public Purse by Health Care Professionals: The Privilege of Location / Joan Brockman 3 Pimatsowin Weyasowewina: Our Lives, Others' Laws / Lisa Chartrand and Cora Weber-Pillwax 4 Incivilities: The Representations and Reactions of French Public Housing Residents in Montreal City / Frederic Lemieux and Nadege Sauvetre 5 The Legalization of Gambling in Canada / Colin S. Campbell, Timothy F. Hartnagel, and Garry J. Smith Afterword / Marie-Andree Bertrand Index

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780774818209
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 224
  • ID: 9780774818209
  • weight: 340
  • ISBN10: 0774818204

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