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eBook Criminals As Heroes: Structure, Power, and Identity ePub

by Paul Kooistra

  • ISBN: 0879724315
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics
  • Author: Paul Kooistra
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Popular Pr of Bowling Green State (January 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 202
  • ePub book: 1850 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1621 kb
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Kooistra, P. (1989) Criminals as Heroes: Structure, Power & Identity. New York: Checkmark Books. Prassel, F. R. (1996) The Great American Outlaw: A Legacy of Fact and Fiction. Bowling Green: Bowling Green Popular Press. Leyton, E. (1989) Hunting Humans: The Rise of the Multiple Murderer.

INTRODUCTION Serial killers and violent habitual offenders are typically viewed as the epitome of criminal evil.

The author argues that these lawbreakers are best understood as cultural products that represent a concept of extra-legal justice. INTRODUCTION Serial killers and violent habitual offenders are typically viewed as the epitome of criminal evil.

An explantion of why and how certain lawbreakers become fashioned into heroes. The essays examine the use writers have made of food as a rhetorical structure that allows them to articulate abstract, internal, and difficult to express concepts

An explantion of why and how certain lawbreakers become fashioned into heroes. The essays examine the use writers have made of food as a rhetorical structure that allows them to articulate abstract, internal, and difficult to express concepts.

This article examines the phenomenon of the heroic criminal and describes the structural preconditions necessary for his appearance. The author argues that these lawbreakers are best understood a. More).

Criminals as Heroes: Structure, Power and Identity. Orrin E. Klapp, Paul Kooistra.