Justice, crime, and ethics


Justice, crime, and ethics

Michael C. Braswell ... [et al.]

Routledge, 2023

11th ed

  • : pbk

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Content Type: text (rdacontent), Media Type: unmediated (rdamedia), Carrier Type: volume (rdacarrier)

Includes bibliographical references and index



Covers policing, courts, and corrections, as well as terrorism, policymaking, and corporate conduct, allowing faculty to survey traditional and emerging sectors of the field Delivers the coherence of an authored textbook with the richness of experts' contributions on topics like the ethics of capital punishment, CJ research, and police training programs Engages students through a theoretical framework and real-life case studies of ethical dilemmas that test both personal and professional values Contextualizes current controversies like police use of force or "enhanced" interrogation of terrorist suspects within modern social policies and ethical principles


A Note about the Eleventh Edition Section 1 Introduction Chapter 1 Ethics, Crime, and Justice: An Introductory Note to Students Michael C. Braswell Chapter 2 Utilitarian, Deontological, and Virtue Ethics Michael DeValve and Jeffrey Gold Chapter 3 Justice, Ethics, and Peacemaking Michael C. Braswell, Michael DeValve, and Lana A. McDowellExercise 3.1 Your Personal Philosophy Case Study 3.1 To Help or Not to Help? Exercise 3.2 The Ethics of Drug Control Policy Section II Ethical Issues in Policing Chapter 4 Learning Police Ethics: Sources, Content, and Implications Steven J. Ellwanger and Doris M. Hall Chapter 5 Using Ethical Dilemmas in Training Police Joycelyn M. Pollock, Glen A. Ishoy and Howard E. Williams Chapter 6 Deception in Police Interrogations: Ethical Issues and Dilemmas Steven J. Ellwanger Chapter 7 Police Ethics, Legal Proselytism, and the Social Order: Paving the Path to Misconduct Victor E. Kappeler, Gary W. Potter and Edward Green Section III Ethics and the Courts Chapter 8 Whatever Happened to Atticus Finch? Lawyers as Legal Advocates and Moral Agents Joycelyn M. PollockCase study 8.1 Statutory Rapist Chapter 9 Prosecutors and Ethics: What Should We Expect? Richard R. E. KaniaCase study 9.1 It's a Rat Race, and the Best Rat Wins Chapter 10 Balancing the Harms: The Ethics of Sentencing and Punishment Laurie A. Gould and Daniel J. Lytle Chapter 11 To Die or Not to Die: Morality, Ethics, and the Death Penalty John T. Whitehead, Kyle A. Burgason and Michael C. BraswellCase study 11.1 Politics or Ethics? A Governor's Prerogative Section IV Ethical Issues in Corrections Chapter 12 Ethical Issues in Probation, Parole, and Community Corrections John T. Whitehead and Vanessa Woodward Chapter 13 Restorative Justice and Ethics: Real-World Applications Lana A. McDowell, Michael C. Braswell, and Bradley D. Edwards Chapter 14 Prison Corruption Bernard J. McCarthy Chapter 15 Ethics and Prison: Selected Issues John T. Whitehead, Bradley D. Edwards, and Hayden GriffinCase study 15.1 Who's Running the Prison? Section V Ethical Issues in Crime Control Policy and Research Chapter 16 Crime and Justice Myths Egan Green and Michael BushExercise 16.1 How Television Affects Our Perceptions of Crime Chapter 17 Juvenile Justice: Creating a More Ethical System for Youth Kimberly D. Dodson and John T. Whitehead Chapter 18 Corporate Misconduct and Ethics Bradley D. Edwards and Michael C. Braswell Chapter 19 Ethics and Criminal Justice Research Belinda R. McCarthy, Bernard J. McCarthy, and Jennifer A. Pealer Chapter 20 Ethical Issues in Confronting Terrorism Bernard J. McCarthy Section VI Ethics and the Future Chapter 21 Criminal Justice: An Ethic for the Future Michael C. Braswell, Kyle A. Burgason, and Robert C. England

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