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xxvi, 232 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 cm.
  • List of IllustrationsForeword, Jeffrey Haynes, London Metropolitan UniversityPreface and Acknowledgments 1. "Use Words Only if Necessary": the Strategic Silence of Organized Religion in Contemporary EuropePaul Christopher Manuel, American University and Miguel Glatzer, LaSalle University Part One: Countries with a Dominant Religious Society2. The Entanglement and Disentanglement of Church and State in Irish Social PolicyMichele Dillon, University of New Hampshire 3. Religiously Oriented Welfare Organizations in the Italy before and after the Great Recession: Towards a More Relevant Role in the Provision of Social Services?Ugo Ascoli and Marco Arlotti, Universita Politecnica delle Marche 4. Muted Vibrancy and the Invisible Politics of Religion: Catholic Third Sector, Economic Crisis, and Territorial Welfare in SpainXabier Itcaina, Centre Emile Durkheim, SciencesPo Bordeaux 5. The State, Religious Institutions, and Welfare Delivery: The Case of PortugalPaul Christopher Manuel, American University and Miguel Glatzer, LaSalle University6. Church-State Relations in Today's Crisis-Beset Greece: A Delicate Balance within a Frantic Society Periklis Polyzoidis, Democritus University of Thrace Komotini, Part Two: Countries with Competing Religious Societies, and with a Formerly Dominant Church7. Combining Secular Public Space and Growing Diversity? Interactions between Religious Organizations as Welfare Providers and the Public in Sweden Annette Leis-Peters, VID Specialized University 8. Social Capital and Religion in the United KingdomSteven Kettell, University of Warwick9. Faith-based Organizations under Double-Pressure: The Impact of Market-Liberalization and Secularization on Caritas and Diakonie in Germany Josef Hien, European University Institute BibliographyAbout the EditorsAbout the ContributorsIllustrationsTablesPhotos.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319772967 20180820
This volume examines the role and function of religious-based organizations in strengthening associational life in a representative sample of West European countries: newly democratized and long-established democracies, societies with and without a dominant religious tradition, and welfare states with different levels and types of state-provided social services. It asks how faith-based organizations, in a time of economic crisis, and with declining numbers of adherents, might contribute to the deepening of democracy. Throughout, the volume invites social scientists to consider the on-going role of faith-based organizations in Western European civil society, and investigates whether the concept of muted vibrancy aids our theoretical understanding.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319772967 20180820
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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x, 143 pages ; 25 cm
Law Library (Crown)
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xii, 205 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Green Library
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xix, 263 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Under pressure? The foundations of children's courts in Europe / Els Dumortier
  • Becoming delinquent? :Rethinking the long history of juvenile justice / Heather Shore
  • History, life-course criminology and digital methods : new directions for conceptualizing juvenile justice in Europe / Zoe Alker and Emma Watkins
  • Child-friendly justice : past, present and future / Ton Liefaard and Ursula Kilkelly
  • Transformations in youth crime and justice across Europe : evidencing the case for diversion / Lesley McAra and Susan McVie
  • Youth justice and youth sanctions in four Nordic states : Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden / Tapio Lappi-Seppälä
  • Juvenile, (in)justice and neoliberal austerity in the European Union / Emma Bell
  • "Race", ethnicity, social class and juvenile justice in Europe / Colin Webster
  • Illegal young bodies and the failings of liberal democracy : some reflections on the European Union's "refugee crisis" and its implications for juvenile justice / Maria Pisani
  • Understanding and learning from other systems of juvenile justice in Europe : describing, explaining and interpreting / David Nelken
  • Reading the present and mapping the future(s) of juvenile justice in Europe : complexities and challenges / Barry Goldson.
"At a time when Europe is witnessing major cultural, social, economic and political challenges and transformations, this book brings together leading researchers and experts to consider a range of pressing questions relating to the historical origins, contemporary manifestations and future prospects for juvenile justice. Questions considered include: - How has the history of juvenile justice evolved across Europe and how might the past help us to understand the present and signal the future? - What do we know about contemporary juvenile crime trends in Europe and how are nation states responding? - Is punitivity and intolerance eclipsing child welfare and pedagogical imperatives, or is 'child friendly justice' holding firm? - How might we best understand both the convergent and the divergent patterning of juvenile justice in a changing and reformulating Europe? - How is juvenile justice experienced by identifiable constituencies of children and young people both in communities and in institutions? - What impacts are sweeping austerity measures, together with increasing mobilities and migrations, imposing? - How can comparative juvenile justice be conceptualised and interpreted? - What might the future hold for juvenile justice in Europe at a time of profound uncertainty and flux? This book is essential reading for students, tutors and researchers in the fields of criminology, history, law, social policy and sociology, particularly those engaged with childhood and youth studies, human rights, comparative juvenile/youth justice, youth crime and delinquency and criminal justice policy in Europe"-- Provided by publisher.
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Green Library
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xv, 227 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • 1. Introduction 2. Chapter Two: Setting the Theoretical Scene 3. Chapter Three: Welfare reforms, child welfare NGOs and accountability 4. Chapter Four: Making accountability - Liming Family 5. Chapter Five: Accountability and user participation - the case of Angel House 6. Chapter Six: Changing accountabilities - Children's Hope Foundation 7. Chapter Seven: Accountability of a mixed child welfare organisation 8. Conclusion.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319902203 20180806
This book investigates how NGOs in authoritarian states, such as China, craft accountability and legitimacy to ensure their survival. It explores this through the lens of child welfare organisations from 2007 to 2017. The authors provide a fresh approach to accountability that is more attuned to the particular conditions of authoritarianism. The project explores the effects of power relations in shaping the hierarchies of accountability and participation that emerge and the attention given to different voices such as those of donor, government, and users. Essential reading for researchers and policy makers interested in development, NGO, social policy, political science, and child welfare studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319902203 20180806
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xv, 153 pages ; 22 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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xv, 171 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: Punishment and society in China
  • Economic modernization and punishment : "strike hard" campaigns, administrative detention and the underclass population
  • Populism and punishment : populist penality with Chinese characteristics
  • The emergence of lenient justice : new penal policy in post-reform China
  • Community justice in urban China : civic participation, rehabilitative ethos and social stability
  • Community corrections in China : restorativeness vs managerialism
  • Conclusion.
Law Library (Crown)
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xxviii, 520 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
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1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations.
  • 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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247 pages, 12 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, plans, facsimiles ; 23 cm
Green Library
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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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xiv, 114 pages : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm
Green Library
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xiv, 429 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Introduction
  • Part I: Confederate men and women during the Civil War. A burden too heavy to bear: war trauma, suicide, and Confederate soldiers ; A dark doom to dread: women, suicide, and suffering on the Confederate homefront
  • Part II: African American Southerners in slavery and freedom. De Lan' of Sweet Dreams: suffering and suicide among the enslaved ; Somethin' went hard agin her mind: suffering, suicide, and emancipation
  • Part III: Confederate men and women in the aftermath of war. The accursed ills I cannot bear: Confederate veterans, suicide, and suffering in the defeated South ; The distressed state of the country: Confederate men and the navigation of economic, political, and emotional ruin in the postwar South ; All is dark before me: Confederate women and the postwar landscape of suffering and suicide ; Cumberer of the earth: the secularization of suffering and suicide
  • Conclusion.
This book studies the meaning of suicide in the nineteenth-century South and how that meaning changed, if at all, as a result of the Civil War and its aftermath. It looks at the whole South while providing a more thorough examination than previous books of the dynamics of both the racial and gendered dimensions of suicide in the South during the long Civil War era.
Green Library
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174 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Craintes et tensions dans l'opinion publique -- Une volonté de clarification portée par des associations qui s'engagent dans l'accueil -- Comprendre les migrations actuelles -- Présentation -- Quarante ans de politique d'accueil -- Catherine Wihtol de Wenden 1974-1990 -- 1990-2004 -- 2004-2014 -- Distinction entre migrants, réfugiés et déplacés environnementaux -- Réfugiés : naissance d'une catégorie -- Une dichotomie inopérante -- Boîte de Pandore -- La dimension économique -- Revenir sur les éléments factuels et combattre les approximations -- Combattre les idées simplistes et les images négatives -- Faire notre mea-culpa -- Les migrants au regard du droit et face aux raisons des politiques -- Que fait le Défenseur des droits ? -- Comment défendre l'asile face aux politiques ? -- L'asile, un droit -- L'accueil au plan local -- De la perspective "d'en bas", une interpellation aux responsables politiques -- Les pratiques actuelles de l'accueil -- Les conditions de l'accueil -- Coordination de l'accueil de familles de réfugiés syriens -- Coordination de l'accueil de familles irakiennes victimes de persécution religieuse -- Acheminement hors d'Afghanistan des familles de supplétifs de l'armée française -- Quel accueil des mineurs étrangers, non accompagnés? -- La prise en charge de ces jeunes à leur arrivée en France -- Des dispositifs de prise en charge qui préparent à l'insertion socioprofessionnelle -- Des contraintes réglementaires qui impliquent un processus d'insertion rapide -- Un cadre réglementaire inadapté et à l'encontre des intérêts des jeunes -- En conclusion, quelques recommandations -- Des refus au faciès -- Une justice lente -- Régulariser les mineurs pris en charge par l'Aide sociale à l'enfance -- Témoignages de deux jeunes réfugiés accueillis par le Service jésuite des réfugiés -- La création d'un centre d'accueil : une idée simple, une réalisation complexe -- Nos raisons d'accueillir -- L'épreuve de l'hospitalité et ses fondements -- Une pluralité de traditions -- Règles et épreuves -- Asymétrie, compensation, réciprocité différée -- Mimèsis -- L'hospitalité et le besoin -- Au-delà de l'hospitalité ici et maintenant -- En conclusion : l'hospitalité et le droit -- Migrations : qu'en dit la doctrine sociale de l'Église catholique ? -- Le droit de migrer et sa régulation par les États -- Les migrations contraintes -- Le cas général -- Ni assimilation ni communautarisme -- Deux points de vigilance particuliers -- Ce que nous dit le pape François -- Une parole protestante au sujet des migrants -- Évangile et politique : "Croire est toujours subversif" -- Le politique, un univers spirituel -- Le migrant comme archétype de l'humain -- Le païen nous convertit -- La campagne de l'Église Protestante Unie de France -- Les leçons d'un colloque -- Attirer l'attention des politiques sur la situation des étrangers en France -- La complexité du problème -- Le débat autour de l'accueil des étrangers est intense -- Une grande inventivité se déploie à tous les registres pour remédier à tant de détresses -- La fraternité une valeur civique, républicaine et chrétienne --
  • Appel à ceux qui aspirent à nous gouverner -- Le défi est d'abord celui de la compréhension -- Le défi porte aussi sur les politiques menées par l'État et les collectivités locales -- Le défi est enfin éthique.
"L'Europe connaît actuellement une arrivée massive de migrants fuyant les guerres du Proche-Orient ou des conditions de vie déplorables au Sahel. Aggravées par la crise climatique, les migrations sont désormais un chantier majeur pour les pouvoirs publics. Partout dans le monde, les opinions sont divisées entre les craintes de beaucoup et la volonté d'accueil de tant d'associations et de citoyens. Dans ce livre, spécialistes et grands commis de l'État éclairent à la fois l'histoire des migrations en France (C. Wihtold de Wenden ; F. Gemenne), leur impact économique (J.-C. Dumont), leurs régulations juridiques complexes, selon qu'il s'agit de bénéficiaires ou de déboutés du droit d'asile (Convention de Genève), de mineurs isolés protégés (A. Altmann), ou d'autres étrangers (J. Toubon, ancien garde des Sceaux, défenseur des droits ; P. Brice, directeur de l'OFPRA, J.-J. Brot, préfet). Ces données essentielles, le livre ajoute l'expérience vécue des migrants, et celles d'acteurs de terrain à la mairie de Strasbourg (M.-D. Dreyssé), à la direction de la Cimade (G. Jacques) et d'un centre d'accueil (P. Lafon). Les discours de responsabilité s'y conjuguent avec les convictions humanistes (A. Gotmann), et les références chrétiennes (C. Mellon sj ; D. Fiévet, pasteur) qui guident les pratiques associatives. Confrontations, association d'intellectuels chrétiens, rassemble des personnes qui veulent contribuer par la réflexion et le débat d'idées à la vitalité, à la créativité et à l'espérance dans notre société. L'association suscite des débats à partir d'expériences professionnelles et sociales de laïcs et de clercs, de chrétiens et d'agnostiques, qui pensent que le message évangélique peut donner du sens à un monde multiculturel."--Page 4 of cover.
Green Library
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317 pages ; 24 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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51 pages : illustrations, map ; 30 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)