|PUBLISHER||University of Toronto Pre...|
|TYPE||253 Page Book|
The Genetic Imaginary was written by and Neil Gerlach. The 253 page book was published by University of Toronto Press in 2004 with an ISBN 10 of 0802085725. Most books are now available in ebook, pdf and audible formats. If you need more information about this publication, it can be purchased at Amazon.com or Google Books. If the book is older and/or out of print book try to locate a copy on eBay.com. The Genetic Imaginary mentions 1 serial killers including Allan Joseph Legere. The author Neil Gerlach has 1 book(s) listed on Killer.Cloud used for the purpose of documenting facts about Serial Killers listed in our database.
DNA testing and banking has become institutionalized in the Canadian criminal justice system. As accepted and widespread though the practice is, there has been little critique or debate of this practice in a broad public forum on the potential infringement of individual rights or civil liberties. Neil Gerlach's The Genetic Imaginary takes up this challenge, critically examining the social, legal, and criminal justice origins and effects of DNA testing and banking. Drawing on risk analysis, Gerlach explains why Canadians have accepted DNA technology with barely a ripple of public outcry. Despite promises of better crime control and protections for existing privacy rights, Gerlach's examination of police practices, courtroom decisions, and th...
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