Indigenous Anger and the Crimogenic Effects of the Criminal Justice System

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This article contents that the Australian criminal justice system is crimogenic to the extent that it fosters and compounds Indigenous anger. It explores a range of issues, including violence and deaths in custody, in light of the institutional, political and historical factors that shape the criminal justice justice system, and their relationship to Indigenous anger.
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Cunneen, Chris
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Day, Andrew
Nakata, Martin
Howells, Kevin
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2008
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UNSW Faculty