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The Resource Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice :

Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice :

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Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice :
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Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice :
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Subject
Language
eng
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MiAaPQ
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Viens, A. M
Dewey number
345/.0242
LC call number
K3570 -- .C73 2013eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Coggon, John
  • Kessel, Anthony S
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Cambridge Bioethics and Law
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  • Public health administration
  • Public health laws -- Criminal provisions
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Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice :
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Copyright
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice -- Series -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- 1 Introduction -- The aims of criminal law and public health -- Criminal law and public health: similarities and differences -- Overview of the contents -- Conclusion -- 2 Criminal law, regulatory frameworks and public health -- Introduction -- Liberalism and modern regulatory environments -- The liberal view of the criminal law -- The regulatory environment: normative and non-normative signals -- Regulation and the regulatory environment -- Two framing mistakes -- Three kinds of regulatory signals -- Three generations of regulatory environment -- Test cases for liberals -- Restaurants and calorie counts -- Smoking bans -- Positive and negative 'loading' -- Nudges -- More than a nudge -- Taking stock -- Public health, stewardship, and the essential infrastructure -- The essential infrastructure -- The stewardship jurisdiction -- Test cases for stewardship -- Conclusion -- 3 Drugs, crime and public health: a lesson from criminology -- Drug criminalization and public health -- Crime and public health: findings from New York City -- What should the state do to illicit drug users? -- 4 Criminal law, drugs and harm reduction -- Conceptualising the issues -- Harm reduction as a means to deal with the problem of infectious disease -- Drugs as a public health problem -- The key questions -- Question 1: how good are the grounds for thinking that it will be effective? -- Question 2: are there other ways to achieve the public health ends? -- Question 3: what is the weightiest consideration? -- Conclusion -- 5 Morality and strategy in politicising tobacco use: criminal law, public health and philosophy -- Introduction -- Towards an understanding of the 'jurisdictions' of criminal law and of public health
  • Criminal law and philosophy -- Public health and philosophy -- Ideal goals and real world problems -- Criminal law and tobacco control -- Morality, governance, and tobacco: making the private public -- Other-regarding arguments and smoking -- Concepts of privacy, and smoking becoming a public matter -- Decisional privacy and smoking -- Physical and relational privacy and smoking -- Conclusions -- 6 Pursued by the 'fat' police? Prosecuting the parents of obese children -- Introduction: the obesity epidemic and the risks to child health -- Obesity as a child protection issue in England and the United States -- From care proceedings to prosecution? -- Can state intervention be justified? -- 7 Disease transmission, liability and criminal law -- Introduction -- Criminal law and the transmission of disease: a brief history -- The harm principle: a primer -- Criminalising harm or preventing harm? -- The harm principle and the level of specificity -- The Offences Against the Person Act 1861 -- The legacy of the Contagious Diseases Acts -- Towards rationalisation: the Law Commission proposals -- Rationalisation and entrenchment: R v. Dica -- Conclusion -- 8 Compulsion, surveillance, testing and treatment: a truly 'criminal' matter? -- Introduction -- Criminal law as a public health 'tool' -- Surveillance -- Testing and screening -- Treatment -- Conclusion -- 9 Epidemiological criminology and violence prevention: addressing the co-occurrence of criminal violence and poor health outcomes -- Distinctions among violence, criminal violence, and injury/traumatic outcomes -- A brief overview of the structure of epidemiological criminology -- The theoretical underpinnings of epidemiological criminology -- Criminogenics: a missing dimension in public health approaches to violence -- Defining victims: individuals, classes, and beyond
  • Structural, meso, and individual levels in preventing violence -- Levels of organizational/occupational interest in violence prevention and interventions -- What does epidemiological criminology offer to violence prevention? -- Conclusion -- 10 Forensic epidemiology: strange bedfellows or the perfect match? Can public health and criminal law work together without losing their souls? -- Introduction -- What is forensic epidemiology? -- Applications of forensic epidemiology -- The varied cultures of public health and criminal justice -- Goals of criminal justice and public health -- Language of criminal justice and public health -- Legal challenges -- Admissibility of scientific evidence -- Requirements for a legal search -- Preserving evidence - chain of custody requirements -- Prohibition against self-incrimination -- Public health and law enforcement cooperation: useful collaboration or dangerous entanglement? -- Potential benefits of close collaboration -- Potential risks of close collaboration -- Future directions for forensic epidemiology -- Conclusion -- 11 From the criminal to the consensual: the shifting mechanisms of environmental regulation -- Introduction -- Matching regulatory perspectives to technical and economic change -- Re-evaluating regulation -- Regulating for sustainable consumption -- Conclusion -- 12 Criminal law and global health governance -- Introduction -- Crime and international law -- General principles of international law governing adoption, adjudication, and enforcement of criminal law -- General principles -- The general principles and public {u00AD}health -- Strengthening international cooperation on implementing national criminal law: general purpose criminal law strategies -- Extradition and mutual legal assistance -- Public health, extradition treaties, and MLATs
  • Addressing crimes of international importance: harmonizing criminal law and enhancing law enforcement cooperation on specific problems -- Harmonization of criminal law on crimes of international importance -- Enhancement of criminal law enforcement and law enforcement cooperation -- Public health and crimes of international concern -- Armed conflict and international criminal law -- Armed conflict, crime, and international humanitarian law -- International criminal law in IHL and global health -- Global health developments involving international criminal law: illicit trade in tobacco products and falsified medical products -- Illicit trade in tobacco products -- Trade in falsified medical products -- Improving use of existing criminal law and law enforcement cooperation: INTERPOL activities on pharmaceutical crime -- Making trade in falsified medical products a crime of international concern -- Conclusion: criminal law as an instrument of global health governance -- Index
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UMKCLawddaEBC1543550
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (282 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781107468382
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
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remote
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1543550
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1543550
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10795378
  • (OCoLC)862614596
Label
Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice :
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice -- Series -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Acknowledgements -- 1 Introduction -- The aims of criminal law and public health -- Criminal law and public health: similarities and differences -- Overview of the contents -- Conclusion -- 2 Criminal law, regulatory frameworks and public health -- Introduction -- Liberalism and modern regulatory environments -- The liberal view of the criminal law -- The regulatory environment: normative and non-normative signals -- Regulation and the regulatory environment -- Two framing mistakes -- Three kinds of regulatory signals -- Three generations of regulatory environment -- Test cases for liberals -- Restaurants and calorie counts -- Smoking bans -- Positive and negative 'loading' -- Nudges -- More than a nudge -- Taking stock -- Public health, stewardship, and the essential infrastructure -- The essential infrastructure -- The stewardship jurisdiction -- Test cases for stewardship -- Conclusion -- 3 Drugs, crime and public health: a lesson from criminology -- Drug criminalization and public health -- Crime and public health: findings from New York City -- What should the state do to illicit drug users? -- 4 Criminal law, drugs and harm reduction -- Conceptualising the issues -- Harm reduction as a means to deal with the problem of infectious disease -- Drugs as a public health problem -- The key questions -- Question 1: how good are the grounds for thinking that it will be effective? -- Question 2: are there other ways to achieve the public health ends? -- Question 3: what is the weightiest consideration? -- Conclusion -- 5 Morality and strategy in politicising tobacco use: criminal law, public health and philosophy -- Introduction -- Towards an understanding of the 'jurisdictions' of criminal law and of public health
  • Criminal law and philosophy -- Public health and philosophy -- Ideal goals and real world problems -- Criminal law and tobacco control -- Morality, governance, and tobacco: making the private public -- Other-regarding arguments and smoking -- Concepts of privacy, and smoking becoming a public matter -- Decisional privacy and smoking -- Physical and relational privacy and smoking -- Conclusions -- 6 Pursued by the 'fat' police? Prosecuting the parents of obese children -- Introduction: the obesity epidemic and the risks to child health -- Obesity as a child protection issue in England and the United States -- From care proceedings to prosecution? -- Can state intervention be justified? -- 7 Disease transmission, liability and criminal law -- Introduction -- Criminal law and the transmission of disease: a brief history -- The harm principle: a primer -- Criminalising harm or preventing harm? -- The harm principle and the level of specificity -- The Offences Against the Person Act 1861 -- The legacy of the Contagious Diseases Acts -- Towards rationalisation: the Law Commission proposals -- Rationalisation and entrenchment: R v. Dica -- Conclusion -- 8 Compulsion, surveillance, testing and treatment: a truly 'criminal' matter? -- Introduction -- Criminal law as a public health 'tool' -- Surveillance -- Testing and screening -- Treatment -- Conclusion -- 9 Epidemiological criminology and violence prevention: addressing the co-occurrence of criminal violence and poor health outcomes -- Distinctions among violence, criminal violence, and injury/traumatic outcomes -- A brief overview of the structure of epidemiological criminology -- The theoretical underpinnings of epidemiological criminology -- Criminogenics: a missing dimension in public health approaches to violence -- Defining victims: individuals, classes, and beyond
  • Structural, meso, and individual levels in preventing violence -- Levels of organizational/occupational interest in violence prevention and interventions -- What does epidemiological criminology offer to violence prevention? -- Conclusion -- 10 Forensic epidemiology: strange bedfellows or the perfect match? Can public health and criminal law work together without losing their souls? -- Introduction -- What is forensic epidemiology? -- Applications of forensic epidemiology -- The varied cultures of public health and criminal justice -- Goals of criminal justice and public health -- Language of criminal justice and public health -- Legal challenges -- Admissibility of scientific evidence -- Requirements for a legal search -- Preserving evidence - chain of custody requirements -- Prohibition against self-incrimination -- Public health and law enforcement cooperation: useful collaboration or dangerous entanglement? -- Potential benefits of close collaboration -- Potential risks of close collaboration -- Future directions for forensic epidemiology -- Conclusion -- 11 From the criminal to the consensual: the shifting mechanisms of environmental regulation -- Introduction -- Matching regulatory perspectives to technical and economic change -- Re-evaluating regulation -- Regulating for sustainable consumption -- Conclusion -- 12 Criminal law and global health governance -- Introduction -- Crime and international law -- General principles of international law governing adoption, adjudication, and enforcement of criminal law -- General principles -- The general principles and public {u00AD}health -- Strengthening international cooperation on implementing national criminal law: general purpose criminal law strategies -- Extradition and mutual legal assistance -- Public health, extradition treaties, and MLATs
  • Addressing crimes of international importance: harmonizing criminal law and enhancing law enforcement cooperation on specific problems -- Harmonization of criminal law on crimes of international importance -- Enhancement of criminal law enforcement and law enforcement cooperation -- Public health and crimes of international concern -- Armed conflict and international criminal law -- Armed conflict, crime, and international humanitarian law -- International criminal law in IHL and global health -- Global health developments involving international criminal law: illicit trade in tobacco products and falsified medical products -- Illicit trade in tobacco products -- Trade in falsified medical products -- Improving use of existing criminal law and law enforcement cooperation: INTERPOL activities on pharmaceutical crime -- Making trade in falsified medical products a crime of international concern -- Conclusion: criminal law as an instrument of global health governance -- Index
Control code
UMKCLawddaEBC1543550
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (282 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781107468382
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
UMKC Law: DDA record.
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (MiAaPQ)EBC1543550
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL1543550
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10795378
  • (OCoLC)862614596

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