The political roots of racial tracking in American criminal justice

Racial tracking: two law enforcement modes -- Policy process theory of racial tracking: an overview -- A colorblind problem: U.S. Supreme Court and racial influences in law enforcement -- Opportunities for change: the racial justice agenda in Congress -- Congress as power player: racial justice vs....

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Main Author: Moore, Nina M. (Author)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: New York, NY Cambridge University Press 2015
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Summary:Racial tracking: two law enforcement modes -- Policy process theory of racial tracking: an overview -- A colorblind problem: U.S. Supreme Court and racial influences in law enforcement -- Opportunities for change: the racial justice agenda in Congress -- Congress as power player: racial justice vs. "law and order" -- The politics principle and the party play book -- Public mind-set: what Americans believe about race, crime, and criminal justice disparities -- Reasons to believe: options concerning race, crime and justice
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references (pages 313-371) and index
Physical Description:XXIII, 379 S graph. Darst 24 cm
ISBN:9781107022973
9781107654884