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Title Bruce Arrigo : activism, crime, and justice / David Polizzi, editor
Published Cham : Palgrave Macmillan, [2023]


Description 1 online resource (xi, 140 pages)
Series Palgrave pioneers in criminology
Palgrave pioneers in criminology.
Contents A conversation with Bruce Arrigo / David Polizzi -- Dr. Bruce A. Arrigo : activist scholar / Heather Y. Bersot -- "The powerful play goes on and you may contribute a verse..." : reflecting on the critical pedagogy and mentorship of Dr. Bruce A. Arrigo / Brian G. Sellers -- From the society of captives to the flourishing society : the appeal to Aristotelian virtue ethics / Eli Remington -- Sexual homicide : a clinical analysis at the intersection of criminological theory and forensic psychology practice / Stacey L. Shipley -- "Reconciling Bruce Arrigo's application of Lacan's Theory of Four Discourses with the three psychic orders of Sigmund Freud, Jacques Lacan, and Alfred Adler" / Phillip C. Shon -- Not the whole of the part, but the hole in the part? : Bruce Arrigo, Harry Stack Sullivan, and the uses of liberation psychology in an unimaginative Twenty-first Century / Ronnie Lippens
Summary This book examines various aspects of the work of Bruce Arrigo related to therapeutic jurisprudence, criminal justice ethics, and the place of critical theory in criminology and related fields. Arrigos work spans over thirty years and during that time has been an important voice in the practical and theoretical application of post-modern and critical theoretical approaches to mental illness, the practice of forensic psychology, and a wide variety of critical reflection concerning incarceration, rehabilitation, and the ethical practice within the criminal justice system. Each individual contributor offers their own perspective on his work and its specific influence on the topic under discussion. This book speaks to academics focused on the application of critical criminological theory within a variety of disciplinary contexts. These include forensic psychology, psychological jurisprudence, criminal justice ethics, and philosophically based critiques of the law and mental health and criminal justice activism. David Polizzi is full professor within the School of Criminology & Security Studies (formerly the Department of Criminology & Criminal Justice) at Indiana State University, USA. He has been a member of the ISU faculty since 2005. He has taught a variety of courses in offender rehabilitation, criminal justice ethics, theoretical criminology, psychology of terrorism and terrorism in the digital age, and national security policy. He is also the publisher/ editor of the e-publication Journal of Theoretical & Philosophical Criminology and is co-editor for the Palgrave Pioneers in Criminology series
Bibliography Includes bibliographical information and index
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ProQuets Ebook Central platform, viewed on October 25, 2023)
Subject Arrigo, Bruce A. -- Influence
Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
Form Electronic book
Author Polizzi, David.
ISBN 9783031282997