- Title Pages
- List of Abbreviations
- List of Contributors
- Legitimacy And Criminal Justice: An Introduction
- 1 Legitimacy And Democracy In The World Today
- 2 Revisiting Legitimacy, Twenty Years On
- 3 Crime, Justice, And Legitimacy: A Brief Theoretical Inquiry
- 4 ‘A Voice Within’: Power-Holders’ Perspectives On Authority And Legitimacy
- 5 Future Challenges In The Study Of Legitimacy And Criminal Justice
- 6 Unfinished Business: Legitimacy, Crime Control, And Democratic Politics
- 7 Trusting Authorities: Legitimacy, Trust, And Collaboration In Non-Democratic Regimes
- 8 Legitimacy, Crimes, And Compliance In ‘The City’: De Maximis Non Curat Lex?
- 9 Legitimacy and State Responses to Terrorism: The UK and France
- 10 ‘Legitimacy Under Pressure’ In High Security Prisons
- 11 An Unenviable Task: How Federal Courts Legitimized Mass Incarceration
- 12 The Situated Production Of Legitimacy: Perspectives From The Global South
- 13 Legitimacy and the Development of International Standards for Punishment
- 14 Dialogue And Dialectic: Police Legitimacy And The New Professionalism
- 15 Does Low Legitimacy Cause Crime? A Review Of The Evidence
- 16 Legitimacy, Trust, And Compliance: An Empirical Test Of Procedural Justice Theory Using The European Social Survey
- Legitimacy and Criminal Justice
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