|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Jeffrey Ian Ross is an Associate Professor, Division of Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Social Policy, and a Fellow of the Center for International and Comparative Law, University of Baltimore.
Larry Gould is a Full Professor of Criminal Justice and Associate Dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Northern Arizona University.
Table of Contents
Foreword Duane Champagne Preface and Acknowledgments PART I: Introduction Chapter 1: Native Americans, Criminal Justice, Criminological Theory, and Policy Development Jeffrey Ian Ross and Larry Gould PART II: Theoretical Issues in the Area of Native Americans and Criminal Justice Chapter 2: Navajo Criminal Justice: A Jungian Perspective Marilyn Holly Chapter 3: Criminalizing Culture: An Anthropologist Looks at Native Americans and the U.S. Legal System Dorothy H. Bracey Chapter 4: Justice as Phoenix: Traditional Indigenous Law, Restorative Justice, and the Collapse of the State James W. Zion Chapter 5: The Link between Environmental Policy and the Colonization Process and Its Effects on American Indian Involvement in Crime, Law, and Society Linda Robyn and Thom Alcoze PART III: Current Policy Issues Affecting Native Americans and Criminal Justice Chapter 6: Alcoholism, Colonialism, and Crime Larry Gould Chapter 7: Examining the Interpretation and Application of the Indiian Child Welfare Act of 1978 Tracey M. Bouvier Chapter 8: Law Enforcement and the American Indian: Challenges and Obstacles to Effective Law Enforcement Eileen Luna-Firebaugh and Samuel Walker Chapter 9: Policing Native Americans Off the Rez Jeffrey Ian Ross Chapter 10: Imprisonment and American Indian Medicine Ways: A Comparative Analysis of Conflicting Cultural Beliefs, Values, and Practices William G. Archambeault Chapter 11: Criminalization of the Treaty Right to Fish: Response of the Greak Lakes Chippewa Linda Robyn Chapter 12: Indian Gaming and the American Indian Criminal Justice-System Nicholas C. Peroff Chapter 13: Research on Juvenile Deliquency in Indian Communities: Resisting Generalization Lisa Bond-Maupin, Taka X. GoodTracks, and James R. Maupin Chapter 14: Recent Trends in Community-Based Strategies for Dealing with Juvenile Crime in the Navajo Nation Marianne O. Nielsen, Dorothy Fulton, and Ivan Tsosie Chapter 15: Scattered Like the Reindeer: Alaska Natives and the Loss of Autonomy Nella Lee PART IV: Conclusion Chapter 16: Integrating the Past, Present, and Future Larry Gould and Jeffrey Ian Ross Bibliography Index About the Editors and Contributors