Violence, Vulnerability and the Legacies of War: Reimagining the Veteran - Victims, Culture and Society (Hardback)Emma Murray (author)
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Recent insightful and empathetic criminological work has explored the criminality of military veterans, but the lived experience of criminality, vulnerability and violence of veterans is yet to be examined in a rigorous and sustained way.
This book offers an original investigation into the status of convicted military veterans in the United Kingdom post 9/11. It provide a comprehensive criminological analysis about the tensions and conflicts that veterans experience as they move from a war paradigm to one of criminal justice on domestic soil, gives voice to the veterans by drawing upon a wealth of original testimonies and data and connects new voices about the position of the veteran in society to literatures of war and governance in the 21st century.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 224
Dimensions: 235 x 159 mm
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