Peacemaking Criminology

Authored by: Hal Pepinsky

Routledge Handbook of Critical Criminology

Print publication date:  October  2011
Online publication date:  October  2011

Print ISBN: 9780415779678
eBook ISBN: 9780203864326
Adobe ISBN: 9781135192808

10.4324/9780203864326.ch14

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Abstract

Peacemaking is the study and practice of building security and trust in the face of violence. Known variously in criminological literature as a school, theory, or perspective, peacemaking criminology takes its name from the title of an edited volume, Criminology as Peacemaking (Pepinsky & Quinney, 1991). Fuller (1998) has published a criminology textbook entirely from “a peacemaking perspective.” Fuller and Wozniak (2006) have recently published an update “taking stock” of peacemaking criminology literature.

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