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  • Introduction to forensics
  • Overview of computer crime
  • Forensic methods and labs
  • Collecting, seizing, and protecting evidence
  • Understanding techniques for hiding and scrambling information
  • Recovering data
  • E-mail forensics
  • Windows forensics
  • Linux forensics
  • Macintosh forensics
  • Mobile forensics
  • Performing network analysis
  • Incident and intrusion response
  • Trends and future directions
  • System forensics resources.
Revised and updated to address current issues and technology, System Forensics, Investigation, and Response, Third Edition provides a solid, broad grounding in digital forensics. The text begins by examining the fundamentals of system forensics: what forensics is, the role of computer forensics specialists, computer forensic evidence, and application of forensic analysis skills. It also gives an overview of computer crimes, forensic methods, and laboratories. Part II addresses the tools, techniques, and methods used to perform computer forensics and investigation. Finally, Part III explores emerging technologies as well as future directions of this interesting and cutting-edge field. KEY FEATURES: * Covers all aspects of forensics: procedures, legal issues, and scientific principles as well as specific hands on forensics with Windows, smart phones, memory, network forensics, and Macintosh forensics * New and expanded content on mobile device forensics, addressing the most current issues * Additional information on memory forensics * Updated and expanded coverage on legal issues * Significantly expanded material on Windows forensics * Includes information on how to write reports * Available with the Virtual Security Cloud Labs which provide a hands-on, immersive mock IT infrastructure enabling students to test their skills with realistic security scenari Part of the Jones & Bartlett Learning Information Systems Security & Assurance Series! Click here to learn more: http://www.issaseries.com/.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781284121841 20171127
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xi, 197 pages ; 23 cm.
  • *"Perpetuated Hatred and Suspicion": Labor & Capital at Odds *"The Wrath of Man": Anarchism Comes to the United States *"Assassins, Murderers, Conspirators": The March of Progressive Era Radicalism & Violence *"The Road to Universal Slaughter" & "This Dastardly Act": The Preparedness Debate & Bombing *"The Fanatic Demon": The Manhunt *"The Act of One is the Act of All": The Trial *"Fighting Anarchists of America": The Attacks of 1919 & 1920, and the Mooney Defense Onward.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138672833 20171017
This book places the 1916 San Francisco Preparedness Day Bombing within the broader context of American radicalism and isolationism during the Progressive Era. A concise narrative and key primary documents offer readers an introduction to this episode of domestic violence and the subsequent, sensationalized trial that followed. The dubious conviction of a local labor organizer raised serious questions about political extremism, pluralistic ideals, and liberty in the United States that continue to resonate in the twenty-first century.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138672833 20171017
Green Library
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317 p. ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xxviii, 342 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Green Library
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287 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction : L'innommable est innommable -- Karski le combattant, Lemkin le juriste 1939-1940 -- Lemkin ou les armes de l'intellect -- Karski rencontre le "problème juif" de Pologne -- New York, Comité d'urgence pour l'aide aux universitaires étrangers déplacés, boîte 87, dossier n° 39, Raphael Lemkin : refusé -- Karski découvre l'anéantissement du monde de Lemkin 1941-1942 -- "Un crime sans nom" (Churchill) -- "Warning : some images may cause distress" "Attention, ces images sont très perturbantes" -- "Pour nous, c'était la guerre et l'occupation. Pour eux, c'était la fin du monde" (Karski) -- Pourquoi Karski ? -- "Le spectacle d'un peuple expirant" Karski à Varsovie et Izbica -- "Les statistiques ne saignent pas. Savez-vous ce qui compte ? -- Le détail. Le détail seul compte" (Arthur Koestler) -- Flash-back : des violences aux mythes, d'une guerre, l'autre 1942-1914 -- "La guerre des nazis contre les Juifs. La nouvelle barbarie. Réponse au monde civilisé" -- Lemkin activiste du droit : Juifs et Arméniens pendant et après la Grande Guerre -- 1933 : Lemkin et l'invention du "crime de barbarie" et du "crime de vandalisme" -- Donner un nom au crime sans nom : Lemkin et Karski aux États-Unis 1943-1945 -- Une "conspiration du silence" -- Lemkin face au déni : trouver les mots -- La création d'un barbarisme : génocide -- Lemkin à la manoeuvre : de 1944-1945 à 1914-1918 -- "Un cri d'horreur venu des abysses" -- "Le cauchemar qui est la réalité" -- La guerre est finie : pleurer les morts, retrouver les vivants, juger les criminels -- "Tous anéantis, plus de famille" -- Un triomphe fort modéré : le terme "génocide" de 1945à 1948 -- Singularité du génocide des Juifs ? -- Vers la "Convention pour la prévention et la punition du crime de génocide" Paris, 1948 -- Les Arméniens s'approprient le mot "génocide" -- "M. Lemkin du génocide" (Mgr Roncalli) -- "J'étais seul, sans argent, dans un pays étranger. Je devrais recommencer ma vie" (JanKarski) -- Monsieur le Professeur Karski -- Devenir Karski, devenir Lemkin 1978-2018 -- "Tous les Juifs assassinés sont devenus ma famille." -- Les Karski de Claude Lanzmann 1978-1985-2010 -- Karski et Lemkin entrent en littérature -- Karski de nouveau polonais -- Conclusion : Arméniens, Juifs, Tutsi du Rwanda.
"Dès 1941. Une poignée d'hommes, dont Raphael Lemkin, un juriste juif, et Jan Karski, un catholique résistant. perçurent l'ampleur de la destruction des Juifs au sein des crimes de la Seconde Guerre mondiale. Mais ils ne rencontrèrent qu'incompréhension et rejet. Forte de son regard de spécialiste de la Grande Guerre. Annette Becker éclaire d'une façon inédite l'un des points les plus sensibles de l'histoire : comment convaincre de l'impensable ? Pendant la Première Guerre mondiale, les Arméniens avaient déjà été victimes d'une extermination comparable. Pourquoi alors n'a-t-on pas voulu voir ce que Lemkin cherchait à nommer et faire reconnaître depuis les années vingt et trente jusqu'à l'adoption par l'ONU en 1948 de la "Convention pour la prévention et la punition du crime de génocide" ? Ce livre replace dans le temps long, jusqu'aux films et fictions littéraires récentes ? tels ceux de Claude Lanzmann ou Yannick Haenel ?, le combat de ces hommes qui, du génocide des Arméniens à celui des Juifs, se sont battus pour faire voir au monde et condamner l'abominable. Depuis 1945, au vu de tant d'événements tragiques, avons-nous réellement compris leurs messages?"--Page 4 of cover.
Green Library
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338 pages ; 24 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xiv, 565 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Introduction: American exceptionalism in crime and punishment : broadly defined / Kevin R. Reitz
  • American exceptionalism in crime, punishment, and disadvantage : race, federalization, and politicization in the perspective of local autonomy / Nicola Lacey and David Soskice
  • The concept of American exceptionalism and the case of capital punishment / David Garland
  • Penal optimism : understanding American mass imprisonment from a Canadian perspective / Cheryl Marie Webster and Anthony N. Doob
  • The complications of penal federalism : American exceptionalism or fifty different countries? / Franklin E. Zimring
  • American exceptionalism in comparative perspective : explaining trends and variation in the use of incarceration / Tapio Lappi-Seppälä
  • How exceptional is the history of violence and criminal justice in the United States? : variation across time and space as the keys to understanding homicide and punitiveness / Randolph Roth
  • Making the state pay : violence and the politicization of crime in comparative perspective / Lisa L. Miller
  • Comparing serious violent crime in the United States and England and Wales : why it matters, and how it can be done / Zelia Gallo, Nicola Lacey, and David Soskice
  • American exceptionalism in community supervision : a comparative analysis of probation in the United States, Scotland, and Sweden / Edward E. Rhine and Faye S. Taxman
  • American exceptionalism in parole release and supervision : a European perspective / Dirk van Zyl Smit and Alessandro Corda
  • Collateral sanctions and American exceptionalism : a comparative perspective / Nora V. Demleitner.
The idea of American exceptionalism has made frequent appearances in discussions of criminal justice policies-as it has in many other areas-to help portray or explain problems that are especially acute in the U.S., including mass incarceration, retention of the death penalty, racial and ethnic disparities, and the War on Drugs. While scholars do not universally agree that it is an apt or useful framework, there is no question that the U.S. is an outlier, when compared with other industrialized democracies, in its punitive and exclusionary criminal justice policies. This volume of essays deepens the debate of American exceptionalism in crime and punishment through comparative political, economic, and historical analyses, with an orientation toward forward-looking prescriptions for American law, policy, and institutions of government. The chapters expand the literature to neglected areas such as community supervision, parole release, and collateral consequences of conviction; explore claims of causation, in particular the view that the U.S. history of slavery and racial inequality has been a primary driver of crime policy; examine arguments that the framework of multiple governments and localized crime control, populist style of democracy, and laissez-faire economy are implicated in problems of both crime and punishment; and assess theories that cultural values are the most salient predictors of penal severity and violent crime. With an outstanding list of contributors edited by a leading authority on punishment, this volume demonstrates that the largest problems of crime and justice cannot be brought into focus from the perspective of single jurisdiction, and that comparative inquiries are necessary for an understanding of the current predicament in the US.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190203542 20180122
Law Library (Crown)
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xiii, 389 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction Part I: The Ways of War Chapter 1: The Islamic Way of War to 9/11 Chapter 2: The American Way of War to 9/11 Chapter 3: Revolution and Counter-Revolution Chapter 4: Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism Part II: The Primary Fronts Chapter 5: Afghanistan and Pakistan Chapter 6: Iraq and Syria Part III: The Secondary Fronts: Chapter 7: Hezbollah and Iran Chapter 8: Hamas and Israel Chapter 9: The Arab Spring and Fall Chapter 10: Jihad and the Wider Muslim World Part IV: The Ways Ahead Chapter 11: Global Jihad Chapter 12: Nightmares and Dawns Bibliography About the Author.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498575300 20180416
A specter haunts America, the specter of Global Jihad, Islamic Holy War. This specter was never more horrific than on September 11, 2001, when nineteen fanatics hijacked four jetliners and used them as guided missiles to destroy the twin World Trade Towers, damage the Pentagon, murder nearly 3,000 people, and cause as much as several hundred billion dollars' worth of direct and indirect damage to New York City and the national economy. But Jihadists have periodically attacked Americans ever since November 1979, when mobs shouting death to America overran the American embassy in Tehran and held 52 officials hostage for 444 days. President George W. Bush responded to the September 11 atrocities by declaring a global war on terror. Now in its second decade, that war has cost the United States thousands of lives and trillions of dollars. Americans are haunted by horrific televised images from across a swath of the Muslim world of bomb-blasted cities, hundreds of slaughtered bodies, thousands of refugees huddled in squalid camps, and American journalists in orange jump suits kneeling in the desert before the black robed and masked men who will behead them. Americans increasingly question whether the global war on terror has been worth those costs for their own nation and the lands where it is fought. This book analyzes America's crusade against Jihadism. The key related questions it addresses are these: Looking back, what were the successes and failures of Washington's counter-Jihadist strategy before and after September 11? Looking ahead, should Americans stay the course or cut their losses in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere? Was the catastrophic September 11 attack a one-time event or could its equivalent or worse in death and destruction happen again? Renowned Harvard professor Samuel Huntington asserted that: "The underlying problem for the West is not Islamic fundamentalism, it is Islam, a different civilization, whose people are convinced of the superiority of their culture and are obsessed with the inferiority of their power." Is that true? Just what of Muhammad's words and deeds, if any, justifies the barbarism of al Qaeda, Islamic State, and other Jihadists? Finally, just how corporeal is that specter of global Jihad to the United States? A startling surprise awaits the reader in the final chapter as acclaimed expert William Nester weighs the specter of global Jihad against an array of other national security threats.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781498575300 20180416
Green Library
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167 pages ; 21 cm.
Green Library
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ix, 347 pages ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Before the burning: Southern mastery-- 2. Sex, danger, and religion: facing a 'savage fury'-- 3. Kindling the fire-- 4. Burning Sam Hose-- 5. Ashes: rape and history-- 6. Ashes: the blind and sighted-- 7. At the altar: crucifixion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781316633984 20171017
The story of a black day-laborer called Sam Hose killing his white employer in a workplace dispute ended in a lynching of enormous religious significance. For many deeply-religious communities in the Jim Crow South, killing those like Sam Hose restored balance to a moral cosmos upended by a heinous crime. A religious intensity in the mood and morality of segregation surpassed law, and in times of social crisis could justify illegal white violence - even to the extreme act of lynching. In At the Altar of Lynching, distinguished historian Donald G. Mathews offers a new interpretation of the murder of Sam Hose, which places the religious culture of the evangelical South at its center. He carefully considers how mainline Protestants, especially women, not only in many instances came to support or accept lynching, but gave the act religious meaning and justification.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781316633984 20171017
Green Library
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ix, 347 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction. Lynching and altars : family and memory
  • Before the burning : Southern mastery
  • Sex, danger, and religion : facing a "savage fury"
  • Kindling for the fire
  • Burning Sam Hose
  • After the fury : rape and history
  • After the fury : the blind and the sighted
  • At the altar : crucifixion.
The story of a black day-laborer called Sam Hose killing his white employer in a workplace dispute ended in a lynching of enormous religious significance. For many deeply-religious communities in the Jim Crow South, killing those like Sam Hose restored balance to a moral cosmos upended by a heinous crime. A religious intensity in the mood and morality of segregation surpassed law, and in times of social crisis could justify illegal white violence - even to the extreme act of lynching. In At the Altar of Lynching, distinguished historian Donald G. Mathews offers a new interpretation of the murder of Sam Hose, which places the religious culture of the evangelical South at its center. He carefully considers how mainline Protestants, including women, not only in many instances came to support or accept lynching, but gave the act religious meaning and justification.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107182974 20171204
Law Library (Crown)
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631 p. ; 25 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xxiii, 299 pages ; 25 cm
Green Library
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pages cm
Law Library (Crown)
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xxi, 338 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
'Meticulous and gripping - a thriller that disturbs for revelations about a singular act of murder, and the national security state which we call home' Philippe Sands 'An In Cold Blood for our time - a brilliant and unflinching anatomy of a murder that is both brutal true crime and heartbreaking human tragedy' Tony Parsons A groundbreaking examination of a terrifying murder and its aftermath by the bestselling author of Hanns and Rudolf and The House by the Lake. In June 2006, police were called to number 9 Downshire Hill in Hampstead. The owner of the house, Allan Chappelow, was an award-winning photographer and biographer, an expert on George Bernard Shaw, and a notorious recluse, who had not been seen for several weeks. Someone had recently accessed his bank accounts, and attempted to withdraw large amounts of money. Inside the darkened house, officers found piles of rubbish, trees growing through the floor, and, in what was once the living room, the body of Chappelow, battered to death, partially burned and buried under four feet of paper. The man eventually arrested on suspicion of his murder was a Chinese dissident named Wang Yam: a man who claimed to be the grandson of one of Mao's closest aides, and a key negotiator in the Tiananmen Square protests. His trial was the first in modern British history to be held `in camera': closed, carefully controlled, secret. Wang Yam was found guilty, but has always protested his innocence. Thomas Harding has spent the past two years investigating the case, interviewing key witnesses, investigating officers, forensic experts and the journalists who broke the story, and has unearthed shocking and revelatory new material on the killing, the victim and the supposed perpetrator. It is a crime that has been described in the press and by the leading detective as 'the greatest whodunnit' of recent years: an extraordinary tale of isolation, deception and brutal violence, stretching from the quiet streets of north London to the Palace of Westminster and beyond. It is an explosive new work of non-fiction from an author working at the height of his powers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781785151057 20180403
'Meticulous and gripping - a thriller that disturbs for revelations about a singular act of murder, and the national security state which we call home' Philippe Sands, author of East West Street 'An In Cold Blood for our time - a brilliant and unflinching anatomy of a murder that is both brutal true crime and heartbreaking human tragedy' Tony Parsons 'A fine and fascinating read, bolstered by exemplary research and nuanced insights.' Observer `A real-life procedural... which might have important implications for us all.' Guardian 'Reads like a thriller... a rigorous investigation... a revealing piece of social history.' Sunday Times 'Detailed, painstaking and fascinating.' Evening Standard A groundbreaking examination of a terrifying murder and its aftermath by the bestselling author of Hanns and Rudolf and The House by the Lake. In June 2006, police were called to number 9 Downshire Hill in Hampstead. The owner of the house, Allan Chappelow, was an award-winning photographer and biographer, an expert on George Bernard Shaw, and a notorious recluse, who had not been seen for several weeks. Someone had recently accessed his bank accounts, and attempted to withdraw large amounts of money. Inside the darkened house, officers found piles of rubbish, trees growing through the floor, and, in what was once the living room, the body of Chappelow, battered to death, partially burned and buried under four feet of paper. The man eventually arrested on suspicion of his murder was a Chinese dissident named Wang Yam: a man who claimed to be the grandson of one of Mao's closest aides, and a key negotiator in the Tiananmen Square protests. His trial was the first in modern British history to be held `in camera': closed, carefully controlled, secret. Wang Yam was found guilty, but has always protested his innocence. Thomas Harding has spent the past two years investigating the case, interviewing key witnesses, investigating officers, forensic experts and the journalists who broke the story, and has unearthed shocking and revelatory new material on the killing, the victim and the supposed perpetrator. It is a crime that has been described in the press and by the leading detective as 'the greatest whodunnit' of recent years: an extraordinary tale of isolation, deception and brutal violence, stretching from the quiet streets of north London to the Palace of Westminster and beyond. It is an explosive new work of non-fiction from an author working at the height of his powers. www.bloodonthepage.com.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781785151040 20180403
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xxiii, 176 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Green Library
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viii, 333 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction
  • The lifeworld of Muhammad Yusuf
  • Preaching exclusivism, playing politics
  • "Chaos is worse than killing"
  • Total war in northeastern Nigeria
  • Same war, new actors
  • Conclusion.
A comprehensive history of one of the world's deadliest jihadist groups Boko Haram is one of the world's deadliest jihadist groups. It has killed more than twenty thousand people and displaced more than two million in a campaign of terror that began in Nigeria but has since spread to Chad, Niger, and Cameroon as well. This is the first book to tell the full story of this West African affiliate of the Islamic State, from its beginnings in the early 2000s to its most infamous violence, including the 2014 kidnapping of 276 Nigerian schoolgirls. Drawing on sources in Arabic and Hausa, rare documents, propaganda videos, press reports, and interviews with experts in Nigeria, Cameroon, and Niger, Alexander Thurston sheds new light on Boko Haram's development. He shows that the group, far from being a simple or static terrorist organization, has evolved in its worldview and ideology in reaction to events. Chief among these has been Boko Haram's escalating war with the Nigerian state and civilian vigilantes. The book closely examines both the behavior and beliefs that are the keys to understanding Boko Haram. Putting the group's violence in the context of the complex religious and political environment of Nigeria and the Lake Chad region, the book examines how Boko Haram relates to states, politicians, Salafis, Sufis, Muslim civilians, and Christians. It also probes Boko Haram's international connections, including its loose former ties to al-Qaida and its 2015 pledge of allegiance to ISIS. An in-depth account of a group that is menacing Africa's most populous and richest country, the book also illuminates the dynamics of civil war in Africa and jihadist movements in other parts of the world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780691172248 20171227
Law Library (Crown)
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viii, 333 pages : maps ; 23 cm.
  • Acknowledgments viiIntroduction 11 The Lifeworld of Muhammad Yusuf 342 Preaching Exclusivism, Playing Politics 833 "Chaos Is Worse Than Killing" 1424 Total War in Northeastern Nigeria 1975 Same War, New Actors 241Conclusion 300Selected Bibliography 307Index 329.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780691172248 20171227
A comprehensive history of one of the world's deadliest jihadist groups Boko Haram is one of the world's deadliest jihadist groups. It has killed more than twenty thousand people and displaced more than two million in a campaign of terror that began in Nigeria but has since spread to Chad, Niger, and Cameroon as well. This is the first book to tell the full story of this West African affiliate of the Islamic State, from its beginnings in the early 2000s to its most infamous violence, including the 2014 kidnapping of 276 Nigerian schoolgirls. Drawing on sources in Arabic and Hausa, rare documents, propaganda videos, press reports, and interviews with experts in Nigeria, Cameroon, and Niger, Alexander Thurston sheds new light on Boko Haram's development. He shows that the group, far from being a simple or static terrorist organization, has evolved in its worldview and ideology in reaction to events. Chief among these has been Boko Haram's escalating war with the Nigerian state and civilian vigilantes. The book closely examines both the behavior and beliefs that are the keys to understanding Boko Haram. Putting the group's violence in the context of the complex religious and political environment of Nigeria and the Lake Chad region, the book examines how Boko Haram relates to states, politicians, Salafis, Sufis, Muslim civilians, and Christians. It also probes Boko Haram's international connections, including its loose former ties to al-Qaida and its 2015 pledge of allegiance to ISIS. An in-depth account of a group that is menacing Africa's most populous and richest country, the book also illuminates the dynamics of civil war in Africa and jihadist movements in other parts of the world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780691172248 20171227
Green Library
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370 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
  • A new perspective on the carceral state
  • Penal modernization in the civil rights era, 1954-1970
  • Prison overcrowding and the legal challenge to Florida's prison system, 1970-1980
  • The unintended consequences of prison litigation, 1980-1991
  • The politics of early relase, 1991-1995
  • Republicans, prosecutors, and the carceral ethos, 1995-2008
  • Recession-era colorblind politics and the challenge of decarceration, 2008-2016
  • Toward a new ethos.
The United States incarcerates more people per capital than any other industrialized nation in the world--about 1 in 100 adults, or more than 2 million people--while national spending on prisons has catapulted 400 percent. Given the vast racial disparities in incarceration, the prison system also reinforces race and class divisions. How and why did we become the world's leading jailer? And what can we, as a society, do about it? Reframing the story of mass incarceration, Heather Schoenfeld illustrates how the unfinished task of full equality for African Americans led to a series of policy choices that expanded the government's power to punish, even as they were designed to protect individuals from arbitrary state violence. Examining civil rights protests, prison condition lawsuits, sentencing reforms, the War on Drugs, and the rise of conservative Tea Party politics, Schoenfeld explains why politicians veered from skepticism of prisons to an embrace of incarceration as the appropriate response to crime. To reduce the number of people behind bars, Schoenfeld argues that we must transform the political incentives for imprisonment and develop a new ideological basis for punishment.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780226521015 20180312
Law Library (Crown)
Book
370 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
The United States incarcerates more people per capital than any other industrialized nation in the world--about 1 in 100 adults, or more than 2 million people--while national spending on prisons has catapulted 400 percent. Given the vast racial disparities in incarceration, the prison system also reinforces race and class divisions. How and why did we become the world's leading jailer? And what can we, as a society, do about it? Reframing the story of mass incarceration, Heather Schoenfeld illustrates how the unfinished task of full equality for African Americans led to a series of policy choices that expanded the government's power to punish, even as they were designed to protect individuals from arbitrary state violence. Examining civil rights protests, prison condition lawsuits, sentencing reforms, the War on Drugs, and the rise of conservative Tea Party politics, Schoenfeld explains why politicians veered from skepticism of prisons to an embrace of incarceration as the appropriate response to crime. To reduce the number of people behind bars, Schoenfeld argues that we must transform the political incentives for imprisonment and develop a new ideological basis for punishment.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780226521015 20180312
Green Library