Imagining Justice


  • John Crank

Imagining Justice seeks to move away from normative thinking about justice, particularly in the area of justice education, suggesting that what is needed today is a way to think about the enterprise of justice that will capture its full potential. By providing an introduction to the intellectual potential of the field of justice, we can acknowledge that the field is wider than formerly recognized, and ultimately imagine the full richness that justice can encompass.
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Book information

  • Published: October 2002
  • ISBN: 978-1-58360-533-2

Table of Contents

1. The Commitment to Justice

2. Fields of Inquiry: The Intellectual Environment of Justice Studies

3. Justice Identity in Academia

4. Toward Justice Perspective: The Development of Theory in Justice Studies

5. The Methodologies of Justice

6. Race and Ethnicity: Understanding the New Order in the United States

7. Gender and the Emergence of Feminist Perspective

8. Ethics and Morality: The Power to Do Good; The Power to Bind and Divide

Conclusion: Toward Justice