By Steve Vanderheiden
July 17, 2015
This collection of scholarly articles takes as its subject matter discourses on environmental justice. The concept emerged in recent decades as an important framing concept for a wide variety of environmental movements and objectives, and has gained considerable currency due to the scope and ...
Edited By Tom D. Campbell
October 24, 2016
Justice is one of the most enduring and central concepts within applied philosophy, and generates a vast and varied literature. Since our highly successful first series 'The Library of Essays on Justice', which was published in 2012, several approaches to justice have grown in importance and this ...
Edited By Theo Gavrielides
July 28, 2015
The legitimacy and performance of the traditional criminal justice system is the subject of intense scrutiny as the world economic crisis continues to put pressure on governments to cut the costs of the criminal justice system. This volume brings together the leading work on restorative justice to ...
By Joanna Shapland, Matthew Hall
July 28, 2015
Interest in victims of crime - victimology - has always spanned both the scholarly and practical realms. This volume combines a collection of essays covering the diversity of approaches towards victimology, from the conceptual to the practical, including evaluation and scrutiny of the basis on ...