CONVICT CRIMINOLOY: A NEW VIEW ABOUT MAN AND WOMEN BEHIND THE BARS

Eldo Johny, Nandini.G. Devarmani

Abstract


In this paper, I am trying to highlight the new branch of criminology emerged as convict criminology, importance of their views, how it help the main stream criminology to full fill the objective of it and way to strengthen the existing criminal justice system. While we are talking about convict criminology, it does not mean that we forget about victims , in the Part of victimology dealing deeply about victims issues. In convict criminology trying to say that let not be the inmates become the victim of the dehumanization.

MSc Criminology and Criminal Justices, School of criminology and Criminal Justice, Rani Channamma University, Belagavi.


Keywords


Convict criminology, New criminology, Critical criminology, Convict, Ex-convict, Rehabilitation, Reintegration.

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References


www.convictcriminology.org

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/critical_criminology

Jeffrey Ross, Stephen Richards, Greg Newbold, Michael Lenza, and Robert GrigsbyTavel. 2011 Convict criminology.

John F. Frana " Never Ending Punishments: A Critical Commentary on Collateral Consequences”KJAS 2(1), 5-9, (2012).

Jeffrey Ross and Stephen Richards. Convict Criminology, (Eds) (2003) Wadsworth pp 387 ISBN 9780534574338 Reviewed by Mike Nellis, University of Strathclyde.

Stephen C. Richards. “The New School of Convict Criminology Thrives and Matures”, Critical Criminology An International Journal, Volume 21, No 2,2013


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