Comparative Justice: Off the Beaten Path
Comparative Criminal Justice Systems encourages critical thinking by introducing students and policy makers to different ways of organizing the administration of justice in the different parts of the world without ethnocentric assumptions that ‘our’ ways must be superior to all others.
Comparative Justice: Off the Beaten Path offers a simple definition of comparative justice: the study of the similarities and dissimilarities of diverse systems of social order. It introduces readers to interesting case studies of the families of law and offers engaging contributions in comparative justice as well as fresh perspectives on developing countries. [Amazon.com]
Kendall Hunt Publishing
Criminology and Criminal Justice
Time, Victoria M. and Austin, Timothy, "Comparative Justice: Off the Beaten Path" (2018). Sociology & Criminal Justice Faculty Books. 36.