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ラウトレッジ版 移民と犯罪ハンドブック

Routledge Handbook on Immigration and Crime

(Routledge Handbooks)

Miller, Holly Ventura (EDT)   Peguero, Anthony (EDT)

Routledge 2018/02
295 p. 27 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138668416
装丁違いISBN: 0367375060
KCN: 1027927175
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DDC: 364.3086912
KDC: C161 犯罪学
C150 人種・民族・移民
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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2018. Examines the relationship between immigration and crime by presenting key issues from both historical and current perspectives, including the links between immigration rates and crime rates, nativity and crime, and the social construction of the criminal immigrant.

Full Description

The perception of the immigrant as criminal or deviant has a long history in the United States, with many groups (e.g., Irish, Italians, Latinos) having been associated with perceived increases in crime and other social problems, although data suggest this is not necessarily the case. This Handbook examines the relationship between immigration and crime by presenting chapters reflecting key issues from both historical and current perspectives. The volume includes a range of topics related to immigration and crime, such as the links between immigration rates and crime rates, nativity and crime, and the social construction of the criminal immigrant, as well as historical and current immigration policy vis-a-vis perceptions of the criminal immigrant. Other topics covered in this volume include theoretical perspectives on immigration and assimilation, sanctuary cities, and immigration in the context of the "war on terror." The Routledge Handbook on Immigration and Crime fills the gap in the literature by offering a volume that includes original empirical work as well as review essays that deliver a complete overview of immigration and crime relying on both historical and contemporary perspectives. It is a key collection for students in immigration courses; scholars and researchers in diverse disciplines including criminal justice, criminology, sociology, demography, law, psychology, and urban studies; and policy makers dealing with immigration and border security concerns.

Table of Contents

Immigration and Crime: An Introduction to the Handbook Holly Ventura Miller, University of North Florida Anthony Peguero, Virginia Tech PART I. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES ON IMMIGRATION AND CRIME 1. On the History of Immigration and Crime Holly Ventura Miller, University of North Florida 2. Aliens Addicting Us: A Historical Perspective of Immigration and Drug Control Policy Elaine Carey, St. John's University Andrae Marak, Governor's State University PART II. THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES ON IMMIGRATION AND CRIME 3. The Classical Assimilation Model: A Controversial Canon Ben Feldmeyer, University of Cincinnati 4. Segmented Assimilation and Crime: Rethinking the Relationship between Assimilation and Crime Cecilia Chouhy, Florida State University 5. Theoretical Perspectives on the Immigration-Crime Relationship Charis E. Kubrin, University of California, Irvine Michelle D. Mioduszewski, University of California, Irvine PART III. EMPIRICAL RESEARCH ON IMMIGRATION AND CRIME 6. Immigration and Crime Rates: Lasting Trends and New Understandings Jacob I. Stowell, Northeastern University Feodor A. Gostjev, Bridgewater State University 7. Immigration and Gangs Kristina M. Lopez, University of North Florida Nicholas Perez, California State University, Long Beach Wesley G. Jennings, Texas State University J. Mitchell Miller, University of North Florida 8. Immigrants as Victims Janice Iwama, University of Massachusetts, Boston 9. Immigrant Generation Differences in Crime and Violence: Disentangling Myth and Perception from Empirical Reality Jorge M. Chavez, Bowling Green State University 10. Latino Immigration and Crime Carlos Rojas-Gaona, Shippensburg University Arelys Madero-Hernandez, Shippensburg University 11. Crime and Delinquency among Asian Immigrants in the United States Sujung Cho, Delta State University Jeoung Min Lee, Wayne State University Anh Prisner, Wayne State University Jun Sung Hong, Wayne State University & Sungkyunkwan University 12. Afro-Caribbean Immigration and Crime Amie Nielsen, University of Miami 13. Eastern European Immigration and Crime Jana Arsovska, CUNY, John Jay College of Criminal Justice PART IV. CURRENT ISSUES IN IMMIGRATION AND CRIME 14. Two Decades of Constructing Immigrants as Criminals Cecilia Menjivar, University of Kansas Andrea Gomez Cervantes, University of Kansas Daniel Alvord, University of Kansas 15. Immigration and Terrorism Nora Demleitner, Washington & Lee University 16. Immigration within Contemporary Political Discourse Yalidy Matos, Rutgers University 17. Policing & Punishing Illegality in the United States Amada Armenta, University of Pennsylvania 18. Immigrants in the Federal Court System Amanda Pierson, George Washington University Daniel E. Martinez, George Washington University 19. With Mass Deportation Comes Mass Punishment: Punitive Capacity, Health, and Standards in US Immigrant Detention David Hernandez, Mount Holyoke College John Eason, Texas A&M University Pat Rubio Goldsmith, Texas A&M University Richard Abel, Texas A&M University Andrew McNeely, Texas A&M University 20. Sanctuary Cities and Crime Daniel E. Martinez, George Washington University Ricardo Martinez-Schuldt, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Guillermo Cantor, American Immigration Council