Journal of Theoretical & Philosophical Criminology

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 2, July

Obscene Remainders: Neoliberalism and the Gang Crisis Narrative
Abstract: Social scientists increasingly recognize the importance of violent non-state actors. Few political theorists, however, have examined the American street gang. My paper addresses this deficit by describing gangs as the obscene remainders of...
Revitalizing Criminology: Comments on Steve Hall (2012), Theorizing Crime and Deviance: A New Perspective
Revitalizing Criminology: Comments on Steve Hall (2012), Theorizing Crime and Deviance: A New PerspectiveIntroductionCriminology has for some time undergone an identity and an efficacy crisis. It has come up short in providing convincing answers to central...
Some Thoughts on Steve Hall's Theorizing Crime and Deviance: A New Perspective
Some thoughts on Steve Hall's Theorizing Crime and Deviance: A New PerspectiveContextIn order to assess the value of such an ambitious book as Theorizing Crime and Deviance, it seems necessary first of all to consider the context of its emergence. How...
Synopsis of Theorizing Crime and Deviance: A New Perspective Sage Publications 2012
Synopsis of Theorizing Crime and Deviance: A New Perspective Sage Publications 2012Theorizing Crime and Deviance is, as the subtitle suggests, an attempt to outline a new perspective in criminological theory. This new perspective makes no claims to be...
The Trouble(s) with Unification: Debating Assumptions, Methods, and Expertise in Criminology
AbstractDescribing the 'crisis' in criminology is hardly new. In response to recent concerns, Robert Agnew (2011) has started an important conversation about the value of working toward unifying criminology. In this paper we explore in more depth the...
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