By Martin Glynn
Past experiences have prompt that offenders desist from crime because of a variety of elements, akin to familial pressures, religion dependent interventions or monetary incentives. up to now, little has been written concerning the courting among desistance and racialisation. This e-book seeks to convey a lot wanted cognizance to this under-researched quarter of criminological inquiry.
Martin Glynn builds on fresh empirical learn within the united kingdom and the united states and makes use of severe Race concept as a framework for constructing a clean viewpoint approximately black men’s desistance. This e-book posits that the voices and collective narrative of black males deals a different chance to refine present understandings of desistance. It additionally demonstrates how new insights could be won through learning the ways that parts of the desistance trajectory are racialised.
This booklet might be of curiosity either to criminologists and sociologists engaged with race, racialisation, ethnicity, and legal justice.
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Black Men, Invisibility and Crime: Towards a Critical Race Theory of Desistance (International Series on Desistance and Rehabilitation) by Martin Glynn