The power of on-line databases such as Lexis and Westlaw make easy searches through the vast bulk of scholarly output, and that is the best way to identify the full array of available commentaries. We encourage even new students to spend time reading through the most recent literature. This bibliography begins with a few articles that might serve as an introduction to the field, and which confront the broad question -- "what are the goals of criminal procedure?
Written by Alan Bean By Dr. Charles Kiker I thought it would be helpful to list some works I have read which I feel would be helpful in understanding the topic and in working to end the New Jim Crow.
Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness. Alexander argues convincingly that the criminal justice system at all levels, including the Supreme Court, especially in regard to the war on drugs, has effectively instituted a new Jim Crow by incarcerating young African Americans and those of Hispanic origin vastly disproportionate to their numbers.
The trilogy by Walter Wink: Naming the Powers Unmasking the Powers Engaging the PowersIt has been several years since I read these books, and I have given them away to someone who I think might make better use of them than I.
But I do remember that Wink holds that the powers take the shape of earthly realms that are unfriendly to the kingdom of God, and that the gospel is subversive to the powers.
Walter Brueggemann, The Prophetic Imagination. Brueggemann shows that Hebrew thought started out as freedom loving Exodus counterculture to Egyptian royal consciousness and royal privilege.
RACE AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM 4 Annotated Bibliography Alexander, M. (). because it directly discusses the topic of race and the criminal justice system and American Journal of Political Science, 41 (2), Retrieved from the. An annotated bibliography is a list of books (and other sources) with notes. It lists sources that you found and explains how they are useful for your project. Sources can be books, newspapers, magazines, scholarly articles, websites and more. annotated bibliography is to provide a listing of articles, reports, and other resources published since examining the issue of transition of youth ages from the juvenile justice system.
But this soon gave way to a new royal privilege which reached its apex under Solomon. The prophets, culminating in Jesus, were subversive to this royal privilege.
They emphasize the kingdom of God on earth more than going to heaven when you die by and by. Borg has written, among others, The Heart of Christianity. They have coauthored books on Paul. The kingdom of God on earth is important to the issue of mass incarceration because the kingdom of God is set over against the ruling powers which perpetrate mass incarceration.
Workers for peace and justice have much to learn from our Anabaptist sisters and brothers. Harvey Cox, The Future of Faith, is another who notes the demise of Christendom and the accrual of much non-Jesus stuff into Christianity.
Wildman and Stephen C. Garner have recently coauthored a couple of books worthy of mention in this connection: Lost in the Middle and Found in the Middle. Reading the books, at times I felt that I was in a muddle in the middle.
Sorry, Wes and Steve, you left yourselves wide open for that one. I wonder if prophetic advocacy such as will be required can thrive in a moderate middle congregation.
I am convinced that it will take a faith movement to unseat the new Jim Crow. McLaren argues cogently for looking forward to Jesus from the standpoint of Moses, Abraham and the prophets, rather than looking back to Jesus through Luther, Calvin, Augustine and even Paul.
He argues for reading the Bible as a library of books in conversation with each other as over against an unamendable constitution. These are books which would be required reading were I teaching a college or seminary course on faith and mass incarceration.Role and Evolution of the American Prison System Explain the Primary Role and Evolution of the American Prison System and Determine if Incarceration Reduces Crime The United States constitution is the fundamental foundation of the .
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