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Created: July 5, 2004
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Need to bring down Arrigos to site Quinney's piece in that text. And need to cite Quinney's crime is socially defined. By the way, that means crime is socially constructed. Which fits into the Stuart Henry, Dragan Milovanovic constitutive criminology, which demands a replacement discourse, not just a critique.
Summary and Notes on Quinney's Social Reality of Crime This lecture corresponds to pp. 213-239 in Criminology Theory, edited by Williams III, and McShane, Anderson Publishing.