Publisher: University of British Columbia Press
Number of pages: 216
Dimensions: 229 x 152 mm
With numerous challenges plaguing the modern criminal justice system, it is important to understand where these challenges originate. Accusation provides a philosophical and ideological understanding of the role of accusation in the origin and structuring of modern systems that would be of interest to a variety of criminal justice scholars. Through this deeper understanding, Accusation invites the development of a new approach to criminal justice and the reframing of accusation to address the way subjects enter and interact with these modern systems.-- Meagan Ward * Saskatchewan Law Review *
This essay collection from UBC Press, with its clever, simple cover of a large red A, asks us to consider what accusation really means, and how it can be used as a weapon.-- Amy Kaufman, Head Law Librarian, Queen's University * Canadian Law Library Review *
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