Racialization, Crime, and Criminal Justice in Canada by Wendy Chan,Dorothy Chunn

By Wendy Chan,Dorothy Chunn

Race nonetheless concerns in Canada, and within the context of crime and legal justice, it issues much. during this ebook, the authors specialize in the ways that racial minority teams are criminalized, in addition to the ways that the Canadian legal justice procedure is racialized. applying an intersectional research, Chan and Chunn discover how the relationship among race and crime is extra suffering from classification, gender, and different social relations.The textual content covers not just traditional subject matters akin to policing, sentencing, and the media, but in addition ignored components reminiscent of the criminalization of immigration, poverty, and psychological illness.

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