Impact of Inequality and Discrimination on Justice Systems and Practices. Part I

Tuesday, July 15, 2014: 10:30 AM-12:20 PM
Room: Booth 58
RC29 Deviance and Social Control (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Minoru YOKOYAMA, Kokugakuin University, Japan, JosÚ-Vicente TAVARES DOS SANTOS, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil and Robert Nash PARKER, University of California, USA
Social and Economic Inequality As Deviantogenic Factor (Oral Presentation)
Yakov GILINSKIY, Herzen University, Russia

The Socio-Economic Implications of Kidnapping in Port Harcourt, Nigeria (Oral Presentation)
John Emmanuel GYONG, Sociological Association of Nigeria, Nigeria

Sentencing : 'health Determinants' of Criminal Sanction (Oral Presentation)
Lara MAHI, UniversitÚ Paris Ouest Nanterre , France

National Security Measures: Subjectivity, Risk and Uncertainty in Pre-Crime Canada (Oral Presentation)
Tabasum AKSEER, Queen's University, Canada

Justice Reinvestment and Inequality in Criminal Justice (Oral Presentation)
David BROWN, Law Faculty University of NSW, Australia

Why Economic Inequality Matters for Criminology and Criminal Justice (Oral Presentation)
Paul LEIGHTON, Eastern Michigan University, USA