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Diversity, Inequality and Canadian Justice

By Douglas E. King and John A. Winterdyk

ISBN 13:
9781897160329 (softcover)
Pub date: July 2010


Courses: Criminal Justice| Criminology | Sociology | Social Justice| Social Issues |Diversity and Inequality |

Table of Contents

PART ONE: THEORIES OF DIVERSITY AND JUSTICE
Chapter 1: Defining Diversity and Inequality
Chapter 2: Theories of Justice
Chapter 3: Crime and Social Exclusion

PART TWO: FACES OF DIVERSITY AND JUSTICE IN CANADA

Unit One: Aboriginal Canadians
Chapter 4: An Overview of Justice and Canada 's First Nations Peoples
Chapter 5: Lessons in Decolonialization: Aboriginal Overrepresentation in Canadian Criminal Justice

Unit Two: Young Offenders
Chapter 6: An Overview of Justice and Canada 's Young Persons
Chapter 7: Explaining Juvenile Behaviour

Unit Three: Older Adults
Chapter 8: An Overview of Justice and Canada 's Older Adults
Chapter 9: Abuse and Neglect of Older Adults: A Discussion Paper by Health Canada

Unit Four: Lesbians and Gay Men
Chapter 10: An Overview of Sexual Preference and Justice in Canada
Chapter 11: Committing Hate: Who and Why

Unit Five: Gender
Chapter 12: An Overview of Gender and Justice in Canada
Chapter 13: Explanations of Illegal Behaviour

POSTSCRIPT: Justice System Responses to Diversity-related Issues in Canada

EPILOGUE: Lessons from Abroad: Equality and Diversity in the UK Justice System

 

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