A specialized introduction to the philosophy, law and politics of human rights, uniquely tailored to criminologists and criminal justice practitioners. Exploring the connections between existing criminological scholarship and human rights frameworks, the book helps readers to incorporate human rights paradigms into their criminological analysis.
Leanne Weber is Larkins Senior Research Fellow in the School of Political and Social Inquiry at Monash University, Australia. Elaine Fishwick is a PhD Candidate in the Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Sydney, Australia. Marinella Marmo is Associate Professor in Criminal Justice and Criminology at Flinders University, Australia.
PART I: UNDERSTANDING HUMAN RIGHTS.- 1. The Origins and Idea of Human Rights.- 2. International Human Rights Law.- 3. Human Rights and Civil Society.- 4. Collective Rights and Discrimination.- 5. Integrating Criminology and Human Rights.- PART II: APPLYING HUMAN RIGHTS IN CRIMINOLOGY.- 6. Criminal Law.- 7. Crime Prevention.- 8. Policing.- 9. Criminal Courts.- 10. Detention.- 11. Juvenile Justice.- 12. Victims.- PART III: A CRIMINOLOGY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS.- 13. Future Directions.