By Veronique Stimelle, Françoise Vanhamme
Cet ouvrage souligne le 40e anniversaire du D?partement de criminologie de l’Universit? d’Ottawa, fond? en 1968. On y relate l’histoire du d?partement de ses origines ? nos jours en mettant l’accent sur les d?bats th?oriques qui ont influenc? son approche critique et autor?flexive de l. a. criminologie. Les articles qui le composent s’inscrivent dans cet ordre d’id?e en mettant en query los angeles point of view traditionnelle de l. a. criminologie sur divers sujets, notamment les ?tudes polici?res, l. a. sant? mentale, los angeles violence politique, le suicide et l. a. pr?vention du crime. Droits et voix souligne le r?le primordial que joue l’Universit? d’Ottawa dans los angeles red?finition de l. a. criminologie et l. a. promoting du militantisme, de l. a. justice sociale et de los angeles compassion. -- This quantity commemorates the fortieth anniversary of the college of Ottawa’s division of Criminology, based in 1968. It relates the historical past of the dept from its origins to at the present time, targeting the theoretical debates that experience stimulated its serious and self reflexive method of criminology. The contributions to this quantity proceed in that vein through wondering the normal viewpoint of criminology on quite a few issues together with police reviews, psychological health and wellbeing, political violence, suicide, and crime prevention. Rights and Voices finds the numerous position that the college of Ottawa has performed in redefining criminology to recommend activism, social justice, and compassion.
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