(Building a Black Criminology, Volume 24: Race, Theory, and Crime) [PDF READ] ´ James D. Unnever

In light of the Black Lives Matter movement and protests in many cities race plays an ever salient role in crime and justice Within theoretical criminology however race has oddly *remained on the periphery It is often introduced as a control variable in tests of theories and is rarely incorporated *on the periphery It is often introduced as a control variable in tests of theories and is rarely incorporated a central construct in mainstream paradigms eg control social learning and strain theories When race is discussed the standard approach is to embrace the racial invariance thesis which argues that any racial differences in crime are due TO AFRICAN AMERICANS BEING EXPOSED TO African Americans being exposed to same criminogenic risk factors as are Whites. Ence exists that Blacks and *Whites commit crimes for both the same reasons invariance and for different *commit crimes for both the same reasons invariance and for different race specific A full understanding of race and crime thus must involve demarcating both the general and specific causes of of race and crime thus must involve demarcating both the general and specific causes of the latter embedded in what it means to be Black in the United States This volume seeks to explore these theoretical issues in a depth and breadth that is not common under one cover Again given the salience of race and crime this volume should be of interest to a wide range of criminologists and

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the potential to used in graduate seminars and upper level undergraduate cours. Just of them An alternative perspective has emerged that seeks to identify *the uniue racially conditions that only Blacks experience Within the United *uniue racially specific that only Blacks experience Within the United these conditions are rooted in the historical racial oppression that only Blacks experience Within the United these conditions are rooted in the historical racial oppression by African Americans whose contemporary legacy includes concentrated disadvantage in segregated communities racial socialization by parents experiences with and perceptions of racial discrimination and disproportionate involvement in and unjust treatment by the criminal justice systemImportantly racial invariance and race specificity are not mutually exclusive perspectives Evid.

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Building a Black Criminology, Volume 24: Race, Theory, and Crime

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