8 edition of Urban politics and the criminal courts found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Martin A. Levin.|
|LC Classifications||KF9223 .L48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 332 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||332|
|LC Control Number||76008084|
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Urban politics and policy outputs: judicial selection and behavior -- 2. Political systems -- 3. Urban Politics and the Criminal Courts illustrates the limi-tations of such a restrictive concept of rationality and implicitly suggests that we would be well advised to pay attention to fac-tors that seem irrational, both in defining and implementing policy-especially when seeking to reform.
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Malcolm M Feeley. "Book Review - Urban Politics and the Criminal Courts" Political Science Quarterly Vol. 93 Iss. 1 (). This article analyzes the implications of different theoretical approaches, and evaluates urban politics and policy in relation to justice. It identifies key debates over the role of the state in ensuring justice, and examines the way in which the issue is framed in the United States and Great Britain.
The article also discusses the three questions that require continued attention from Cited by: 7. This publication is an authoritative volume on an established subject in political science and the academy more generally: Urban politics and urban studies.
It provides a collection of contemporary analyses of urban politics. The editors are all recognized experts, and are well connected to the leading scholars in urban politics.
The volume covers the major themes that animate the subfield Missing: criminal courts. Urban Politics: A Reader examines the evolving structure of political power in American cities.
It reveals how changes in society relate to the global and national economy, immigration and internal migration, racial and ethnic transition, and how technological advances affect city g: criminal courts. Human rights cities promise to forge new alliances between urban actors and international organizations, to enable the 'translation' of the abstract language of human rights to the local level, and to develop new practices designed to bring about global urban justice.
This book brings together academics and practitioners at the forefront of. Criminal Justice: Law and Politics. Based on the theme that criminal justice involves a relationship between law and politics operating in an administrative system, essays are presented on politics and the administration of justice, police, prosecution, defense attorneys, courts, corrections, and policy.
'A critical analysis of power and politics is essential to an understanding of contemporary urbanism. Informative and challenging, clear and sophisticated, Urban Politics: Critical Approaches encourages readers to grapple with the great diversity of analytical lenses that frame urban political research through detailed, engaging case studies.
It provides an introduction to cutting-edge Missing: criminal courts. Urban politics and the criminal courts: by Martin A. Levin. The University of Chicago Press ( South Ellis Avenue, Chicago, Illinois ),pp., softcover--$ A Review of Urban Politics and the Criminal Courts by Martin A.
Levin Recommended Citation Milton Heumann, Urban Politics and the Criminal Courts, 76 M ich. R ev. ().Cited by: Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: criminal courts. In the section on courts, essays deal with a description of one morning in the Boston Municipal Court, sentences and other sanctions, the effect of one judge's values on his sentencing, and urban politics and policy and their effect on criminal courts.
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|a Criminal justice |a Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. 0 |a Extant research on crime and police strength -- Institutional resources, crime, and police strength -- Study methodology -- Urban politics and crime -- Urban politics and police strength -- City politics and criminal justice.
|a December05soc. Criminal Justice System: Politics and Policies, Seventh Edition: Editor(s): George F. Cole; Marc G. Gertz: Book (Softbound) Language: English: Defense Attorneys, Case Settlement, and Indigent Defenders; (5) Courts--punishment, urban politics and policy outcomes, race and sentencing, individualized justice and probation pre-sentence.
Book Review of Martin Levin, Urban Politics and the Criminal Courts, University of Michigan Law Review, 76 (), “A Note on Plea Bargaining and. How do American politics and policies affect the working of our criminal justice systems? You'll find the timely and provocative answers in this collection of articles -- 27 classic and contemporary readings that encourage you to think critically about the criminal justice system and the links between politics, law, and the administration of : $Politics is the process by which resources are distributed or allocated.
As a famous political scientist once remarked, “Politics is who gets what, when, and how. ” Political considerations are a necessary but sometimes problematic part of criminal justice.
Criminal justice decision makers are selected through election or appointment.He is the author of The Political Hand (with Barbara Ferman) and Urban Politics and the Criminal Courts and numerous articles on urban politics, social policy implementation, the presidency, youth employment, crime, and the courts.
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