A Theology of Justice

Interpreting John Rawls in Corrections Ethics - An Ethnography
by Larry DonellJr. Covin (Author)
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There are thirty-eight ethical statements-principles throughout the seven chapters of A Theology of Justice. These ethical statements form a comprehensive corrections ethic informed by the human rights abuses occurring in jails and prisons in the United States, offering evidence-based correctives. This corrections ethic is informed by twenty years of qualitative research inside four jail and prison institutions, as an administrator of both Treatment and Religious Services departments; including the United States Disciplinary Barracks at Leavenworth, United States Penitentiary in Atlanta, Maryland Division of Pretrial Detention and Services, and the Adams County Adult Correctional Complex in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. A Theology of Justice is foundational toward a corrections ethic, and reflective of disciplines possessing extensive research in the development of its ethics, such as business ethics and medical ethics.

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EPUB
Protection
DRM Protected
Contributor
Marvin Crawford (Introduction author)
Publication date
June 14, 2022
Publisher
Page count
160
ISBN
9781666799941
File size
2 MB

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