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Gregg Barak

Gregg Barak Gregg Barak
Department of Sociology, Anthropology & Criminology
Eastern Michigan University

Gregg Barak is Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Eastern Michigan University and the former Visiting Distinguished Professor in the College of Justice & Safety at Eastern Kentucky University. In 2003 he became the 27th Fellow of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and in 2007, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Critical Division of the American Society of Criminology. Barak is a two-time award winning author and editor of 15 books on crime, justice, media, violence, criminal law, homelessness, human rights, and related topics. His latest book, Theft of a Nation: Wall Street Looting and Federal Regulatory Colluding, received the 2012 Outstanding Book Award given by the White Collar Crime Research Consortium of the National White Collar Crime Center.

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Criminology and Criminal Justice; Social Movements, Social Change and Social Justice; Social Deviance and Social Control; Sociology of Law; Public Policy and CJ Administration; Violence and Nonviolence; Homelessness and Housing; Media and Crime; Crime and Inequality; Historical, Comparative and Evaluative Methods; Multidisciplinary and Integrative Studies; Class, Race, and Gender Studies


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The Crimes of the Powerful are Under the Investigative Radars
Gregg Barak
Editorial: Social Crimonol 2014, 2: e105
DOI: 10.4172/2375-4435.1000e105

Sociology and Criminology-Open Access - The Precursors to and the Final Reformulation of a Reciprocal- Interactive Theory of Violence and Non Violence

Firstly, the intensity of violence and non violence swells in magnitude.

Secondly, the incidents of violence and non violence becomes more or less prevalent.

Thirdly, the differences in spheres of interpersonal, institutional and strural violence and non violence becomes less clear or distinct.

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