REASON FOR EMOTION: REINVENTING JUSTICE WITH THEORIES, INNOVATIONS, AND RESEARCH—THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY 2002 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS*

@article{Sherman2003REASONFE,
  title={REASON FOR EMOTION: REINVENTING JUSTICE WITH THEORIES, INNOVATIONS, AND RESEARCH—THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY 2002 PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS*},
  author={L. Sherman},
  journal={Criminology},
  year={2003},
  volume={41},
  pages={1-38}
}
  • L. Sherman
  • Published 2003
  • Sociology
  • Criminology
  • Criminology was born in the age of reason to apply “reason” to justice, tempering the expression of moral indignation with the economics of deterrence. Modern criminology is now poised for reinventing justice around the emotions of victims, offenders, and society. One prime example is restorative justice. Others include wider use of biomedical mental health treatments for offenders, programs to make justice officials more aware of the emotional impact of their words on citizens, and programs to… CONTINUE READING
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