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Diversity, Inequality and Canadian Justice

By Douglas E. King and John A. Winterdyk

ISBN 13:
9781897160329 (softcover)
Pub date: July 2010

Courses: Criminal Justice| Criminology | Sociology | Social Justice| Social Issues |Diversity and Inequality |

This book is written for teachers and students exploring the key “faces” of social and cultural diversity, inequality and justice in Canada. The authors present a panoramic view of theories and provide up-to-date statistics to uncover the interplay between justice, First nations Peoples, gender, sexual orientation, and age.

Undergraduate students and teachers, as well as criminal justice agencies, will find the information in this book of value in their diversity-related courses and training programs.

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