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Challenging The Rules(s) of Law: Colonialism, Criminology and Human Rights in India e-book

Author:

Kalpana Kannabiran,Ranbir Singh

Language:

English

Category:

Politics

Subcategory:

Politics & Government

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1860 kb

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Rating:

4.3

Publisher:

SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd; 1 edition (November 11, 2008)

Pages:

520

ISBN:

0761936653

Challenging The Rules(s) of Law: Colonialism, Criminology and Human Rights in India e-book

by Kalpana Kannabiran,Ranbir Singh


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Over the past three decades human rights movements in India have persistently interrogated systems of. .

Over the past three decades human rights movements in India have persistently interrogated systems of criminal justice in the country. The concerns have ranged from addressing the problem of arbitrary detention during the emergency to constructing entire communities as criminal thereby justifying forced dispossession and/or mass violence.

Challenging the Rule(s) of Law: Colonialism, Criminology and Human Rights in India contests unproblematic assumptions of the rule of law and opens out avenues for a renewed and radical study of criminal law in the country

Challenging the Rule(s) of Law: Colonialism, Criminology and Human Rights in India contests unproblematic assumptions of the rule of law and opens out avenues for a renewed and radical study of criminal law in the country. The collection looks at the problem of criminal law from the early colonial period to the present, examining the problem of overt violence by state actors and their compliance with dominant private actors. It calls into question the denial by the state of the wherewithal for bare life, which compounds people’s vulnerability to a repressive rule of law.

Kalpana Kannabiran, Ranbir Singh, Meena Radhakrishna. Published: 4 March 2014. Conspiracies of Association: Associational Offences, Associational Freedoms and the Rule of Law. by SAGE Publications. in Challenging the Rule(s) of Law: Colonialism, Criminology and Human Rights in India. Challenging the Rule(s) of Law: Colonialism, Criminology and Human Rights in India pp 3-27; doi:10. Kalpana Kannabiran, Ranbir Singh.

Kalpana Kannabiran; Ranbir Singh (11 November 2008). ISBN 978-0-7619-3665-7. "Story of S R Sankaran: People's IAS Officer". Retrieved June 5, 2016.

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Challenging the Rule(s) of Law: Colonialism, Criminology and Human Rights in India contests unproblematic assumptions of the rule of law and opens out avenues for a renewed and radical study of criminal law in the country.

Kalpana Kannabiran Professor and Director, Council for Social Development, Hyderabad. Among her recent publications is the book Tools of Justice: Non-Discrimination and the Indian Constitution (2012). Her writing has focussed on questions of gender, caste, tribe, violence, disability, law, and free speech.

This collection of essays re-examines the field of criminology through an interdisciplinary lens, challenging in the process unproblematic assumptions of the rule of law and opening out avenues for a renewed and radical restatement of the contexts of criminal law in India. This collection is a significant step towards mapping the ways in which interdisciplinary research and human rights activism might inform legal praxis more effectively and holistically. The contributors are a diverse group – widely respected activists, bureaucrats, scholars, and professionals – who share concerns on criminal justice systems and the need to entrench human rights in the Indian polity.

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