By Louis J. Gesualdi
A peacemaking method of criminology is a humane, nonviolent, and medical method of the therapy of crime and the criminal. This selection of twenty-two essays offers a entire creation to a peacemaking method of criminology.
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2 Rosoff, Pontell and Tillman stress that the consequences of white-collar crimes are in many ways more damaging than those of street crimes. These consequences fall into three categories: 1) environmental and human cost, 2) economic cost and 3) social cost. 3 Profit without Honor points out that certain white-collar crimes cause environmental damage, personal injury, sickness and death. The book looks at the harmful effects of the tons of lethal chemicals and toxic waste that are dumped illegally by corporations in the United States.
His book presents a humanistic and scientific approach to the study of crime. It shows the failure of the criminal justice system in reducing the large amount of dangerous offenses committed in American society. NOTES 1. Originally published as Louis Gesualdi, “Reiman’s The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Prison, ” Crime, Law and Social Change 31, no. 2 (March 1999): 152-153. 2. Jeffrey Reiman, The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Prison: Ideology, Class and Criminal Justice, Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1998.
Ibid. 15. Simon and Hagan, White-Collar Deviance, 164-165. 16. Simon and Hagan, White-Collar Deviance. Chapter Twelve A Brief Examination of Messner and Rosenfeld’s Crime and the American Dream 1 Steven F. S. crime rates in the values and behavior that are part of American society. High levels of crime in America are produced from cultural and social conditions that exist in this country. 2 The authors demonstrate that American culture being characterized by a combination of a strong emphasis on economic success and a weak emphasis on the legitimate means for the pursuit of success contributes to crime directly by encouraging to employ illegal means to achieve monetary goals.
A Peacemaking Approach to Criminology: A Collection of Writings by Louis J. Gesualdi