Encyclopedia of Race and Crime, 1st Edition

  • Rodney P. Carlisle
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1412971926
  • ISBN-13: 9781412971928
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 978 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released June 2009
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009

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Overview

Covers issues in both historical and contemporary context, with information on race and ethnicity and their impact on crime and the administration of justice. Explores the similar historical experiences of varied racial and ethnic groups and illustrates how race and ethnicity has mattered and continues to matter in the administration of American criminal justice.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Reader's Guide.
About the Editors.
Contributors.
Introduction.
1: Abu-Jamal, Mumia (1954–).
2: African American Gangs.
3: African Americans.
4: Alienation.
5: Alliance for Justice.
6: Anti-Defamation League.
7: Anti-Drug Abuse Acts.
8: Anti-Immigrant Nativism.
9: Anti-Semitism.
10: Arab Americans.
11: Asian American Gangs.
12: Asian Americans.
13: Atlanta University School of Sociological Research.
14: At-Risk Youth.
15: Attica Prison Revolt.
16: Baldus Study.
17: Batson v. Kentucky.
18: Biological Theories.
19: Birth of a Nation, The.
20: Black Codes.
21: Black Criminology.
22: Black Ethnic Monolith.
23: Black Feminist Criminology.
24: Black Panther Party.
25: Blaxploitation Movies.
26: Bonger, Willem Adriaan (1876–1940).
27: Boot Camps, Adult.
28: Boot Camps, Juvenile.
29: Boston Gun Project.
30: Brown, Lee P. (1937–).
31: Brown Berets.
32: Brown v. City of Oneonta.
33: Brown v. Mississippi.
34: Bully-Cummings, Ella (1958–).
35: Bureau of Indian Affairs.
36: Byrd, James, Jr. (1949–1998).
37: Capital Jury Project.
38: Castaneda v. Partida.
39: Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence.
40: Central Park Jogger.
41: Chain Gangs.
42: Chicago Race Riot of 1919.
43: Chicago School of Sociology.
44: Child Abuse.
45: Children of Female Offenders.
46: Child Savers.
47: Chinese Exclusion Act.
48: Christopher Commission.
49: CIA Drug Scandal.
50: Cocaine Laws.
51: Cochran, Johnnie (1937–2005).
52: Code of the Streets.
53: Cointelpro and Covert Operations.
54: Coker v. Georgia.
55: Colonial Model.
56: Community Policing.
57: Conflict Theory.
58: Conservative Criminology.
59: Consumer Racial Profiling.
60: Convict Criminology.
61: Convict Lease System.
62: Cool Pose.
63: Crack Babies.
64: Crack Epidemic.
65: Crack Mothers.
66: Crime Statistics and Reporting.
67: Criminalblackman.
68: Critical Race Theory.
69: Critical White Studies.
70: Cultural Literacy.
71: Culturally Specific Delinquency Programs.
72: Culture Conflict Theory.
73: Davis, Angela (1944– ).
74: D.C. Sniper.
75: Death Penalty.
76: Decriminalization of Drugs.
77: Dehumanization of Blacks.
78: Delinquency and Victimization.
79: Delinquency Prevention.
80: Deportation.
81: Detroit Riot of 1967.
82: Discrimination–Disparity Continuum.
83: Disproportionate Arrests.
84: Disproportionate Incarceration.
85: Disproportionate Minority Contact and Confinement.
86: DNA Profiling.
87: Domestic Violence.
88: Domestic Violence, African Americans.
89: Domestic Violence, Latina/o/s.
90: Domestic Violence, Native Americans.
91: Dred Scott Case.
92: Drug Cartels.
93: Drug Courts.
94: Drug Dealers.
95: Drug Sentencing.
96: Drug Sentencing, Federal.
97: Drug Trafficking.
98: Drug Treatment.
99: Drug Use.
100: Drug Use by Juveniles.
101: Du Bois, W. E. B. (1868–1963).
102: Duke University Assault Case.
103: Dyer Bill.
104: Elaine Massacre of 1919 (Phillips County, Arkansas).
105: Elder Abuse.
106: Environmental Crime.
107: Environmental Racism.
108: Escobedo v. Illinois.
109: Ethnicity.
110: European Americans.
111: Evidence-Based Delinquency Prevention for Minority Youth.
112: Faith-Based Initiatives and Delinquency.
113: Faith-Based Initiatives and Prisons.
114: Family and Delinquency.
115: Fear of Crime.
116: Felon Disenfranchisement.
117: Female Gangs.
118: Female Juvenile Delinquents.
119: Ferguson, Colin (1958–).
120: Focal Concerns Theory.
121: Focal Concerns Theory, Labeling.
122: Frazier, E. Franklin (1894–1962).
123: Furman v. Georgia.
124: Gambling.
125: Gang Injunctions.
126: Gender Entrapment Theory.
127: General Theory of Crime.
128: Ghetto, Ethnoracial Prison.
129: Goetz, Bernard (1947–).
130: Great Migration.
131: Gregg v. Georgia.
132: Gringo Justice.
133: Guardians, The (Police Associations).
134: Harlem Race Riot of 1935.
135: Harrison Narcotics Tax Act of 1914.
136: Harvard, Beverly (1950–).
137: Hate Crimes.
138: Hate Crime Statistics Act.
139: Higginbotham, A. Leon, Jr. (1928–1998).
140: Hip Hop, Rap, and Delinquency.
141: Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
142: HIV/AIDS.
143: Homicide Seriousness Dyad.
144: Houses of Refuge.
145: Houston, Charles Hamilton (1895–1950).
146: Human Trafficking.
147: Hurricane Katrina.
148: Hypermasculinity.
149: Illinois v. Wardlow.
150: Immigrants and Crime.
151: Immigration Legislation.
152: Immigration Policy.
153: Indian Civil Rights Act.
154: Indian Self-Determination Act.
155: Inequality Theory.
156: Innocence Project.
157: In Re Gault.
158: Institutional Racism.
159: Intermediate Sanctions.
160: Interracial Crime.
161: Intraracial Crime.
162: IQ.
163: Jackson, George (1941–1971).
164: Jamaican Posse.
165: Japanese Internment.
166: Jena 6.
167: John Jay College Center on Race, Crime and Justice.
168: Johnson v. California.
169: Jury Nullification.
170: Jury Selection.
171: Juvenile Crime.
172: Juvenile Drug Courts.
173: Juvenile Waivers to Adult Court.
174: Kennedy v. Louisiana.
175: Kimbrough v. United States.
176: King, Rodney (1965–).
177: Ku Klux Klan.
178: Ku Klux Klan Act.
179: Labeling Theory.
180: Latina/o Criminology.
181: Latina/o/s.
182: Latino Gangs.
183: LatinoJustice Prldef.
184: League of United Latin American Citizens.
185: Los Angeles Race Riot of 1965.
186: Los Angeles Race Riots of 1992.
187: Lynching.