Kathleen Daly spends much of her time researching Criminology, Criminal justice, Restorative justice, Race and Economic Justice. Her work on Theory of criminal justice is typically connected to Family life as part of general Criminology study, connecting several disciplines of science. Her Restorative justice study incorporates themes from Justice and Retributive justice.
She interconnects White-collar crime, Socioeconomic status, White and Applied ethics in the investigation of issues within Race. Her work in Economic Justice tackles topics such as Feminism which are related to areas like Androcentrism, Relevance and Gender equality. The study incorporates disciplines such as Punishment, Demography and Unit of analysis in addition to Social psychology.
Her primary scientific interests are in Criminology, Restorative justice, Law, Economic Justice and Criminal justice. Her research ties Retributive justice and Criminology together. In general Law, her work in Comparative law is often linked to Indigenous linking many areas of study.
Her work deals with themes such as Redress, Criminal law, White and Race, which intersect with Economic Justice. Her studies deal with areas such as Punishment, Politics and Feminism as well as Criminal justice. In the field of Theory of criminal justice, her study on Criminal justice ethics overlaps with subjects such as Victimology.
Kathleen Daly mostly deals with Criminology, Redress, Institutional abuse, Justice and Child sexual abuse. She combines topics linked to Economic Justice with her work on Criminology. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Government, Context, Transitional justice and Civil litigation.
Kathleen Daly has included themes like Sibling, Theory of criminal justice, Social psychology and Retributive justice in her Justice study. Her Criminal justice research integrates issues from Accountability, Human rights and Deterrence. Her Gun control, Public opinion and Feminism study in the realm of Law connects with subjects such as Work.
Criminology, Otitis, Justice, Genetics and Social psychology are her primary areas of study. Her research integrates issues of Economic Justice and Accountability in her study of Criminology. Her research in Otitis intersects with topics in Epidemiology, Population based study, Cohort study and Family medicine.
Kathleen Daly combines subjects such as Theory of criminal justice and Retributive justice with her study of Justice. Her Retributive justice research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Argument, Restorative justice and Criminal justice ethics. Kathleen Daly has researched Social psychology in several fields, including Multimethodology, Stressor and Fight-or-flight response.
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Feminism and criminology
Kathleen Daly;Meda Chesney-Lind.
Justice Quarterly (1988)
Gender, crime, and punishment
Restorative justice The real story
Punishment & Society (2002)
Women's pathways to felony court: feminist theories of lawbreaking and problems of representation
Southern California review of law and women's studies (1992)
Under the Gun: Weapons, Crime, and Violence in America
James D. Wright;Peter Henry Rossi;Kathleen Daly.
GENDER AND VARIETIES OF WHITE‐COLLAR CRIME*
Rape and Attrition in the Legal Process: A Comparative Analysis of Five Countries
Kathleen Daly;Brigitte Bouhours.
Crime and Justice (2010)
Revisiting the relationship between retributive and restorative justice
Gender, Race, and Sentencing
Kathleen Daly;Michael Tonry.
Crime and Justice (1997)
Sex effects and sentencing: An analysis of the statistical literature
Kathleen Daly;Rebecca L. Bordt.
Justice Quarterly (1995)
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