Table of contents for The French connection in criminology : rediscovering crime, law and social change / Bruce A. Arrigo, Dragan Milovanovic, Robert Carl Schehr.

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Chapter 1   Establishing the First Wave: The Linguistic Turn
in Social Theory                                  1
Chapter 2   Sustaining the First Wave: More on the Linguistic
Turn in Social Theory                             19
Chapter 3   The Second Wave: Interpreting the Past, Building
the Present, and Looking Toward the Future       35
Chapter 4   Confinement Law and Prison Resistance: Applications
in Critical Penology                             51
Chapter 5   Critical Race Theory and Postmodern Analysis:
Strength in Dialectical Unity                    69
Chapter 6   Cinema and Literary Texts, Didrance, and Social
Justice Studies                                   83
Chapter 7   Restorative Justice and Victim Offender Mediation:
Towards a Transformative Praxis                  97
Chapter 8   Social Movements as Nonlinearity: On Innocence
Projects and Intentional Communities             115

Conclusion  Back to the Future: Rediscovering Crime,
Law, and Social Change                            133
Notes                                                         141
References                                                    163
Indexes                                                       187


Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Crime Sociological aspects, Criminology, Sociology France