Table of contents for Psychological jurisprudence : critical explorations in law, crime, and society / edited by Bruce A. Arrigo.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface:....................................................................................iii
Chapter 1: The Critical Perspective in Law-Psychology Research: New 
Directions in Citizen Justice and Radical Social Change.......... 2
						Bruce A. Arrigo
		
Chapter 2: Anarchic Insurgencies: The Mythos of Authority and the 
Violence of Mental Health............................................. 67
						Christopher R. Williams
Chapter 3: A Critical Perspective on Freud's Theory of Parricide and 
Crime in General.........................................................114
						Phillip C.H. Shon
Chapter 4: Media Images, Mental Health Law, and Justice: A Constitutive
		Response to the "Competency" of Theodore Kacyznski...........139
						Michael P. Arena and Bruce A. Arrigo
Chapter 5: The Diminishing Sanctity of Youth: Contributions from
		General and Family Systems Theory.................................178
						Jeffrey L. Helms and Bruce A. Arrigo
Chapter 6: Recent Perspectives on Penal Punitiveness..............................216
						Veronique Voruz
Chapter 7: Is Rationalization Good for the Soul: Resisting 
"Responsibilization" in Corrections and Courts.....................250
						Shadd Maruna
Chapter 8: Prospects for Justice at the Law-Psychology Divide: An 
Agenda for Theory, Research, and Practice..........................282
						Bruce A. Arrigo
Index:.......................................................................................324
Contributors:..............................................................................




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Forensic psychology, Insanity Jurisprudence, Crime Psychological aspects