Graham Reside

Graham Reside Executive Director, Cal Turner Program in Moral Leadership for the Professions Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University Divinity School Graham Reside is Assistant Professor of the Practice of the Sociology of Religion at Vanderbilt Divinity School. He teaches in the area of Ethics and Society. Dr. Reside is particularly concerned with how religious and moral values shape the forms of our institutions and practices. Currently, he is teaching in the area of restorative justice and the sociology of incarceration, asking how our religious and moral commitments can shape our approaches to crime and punishment.

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Justice, Mercy and Mass Incarceration (Coursera)

Jun 29th 2020
Justice, Mercy and Mass Incarceration (Coursera)
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There are three orienting facts that render mass incarceration in the United States an ethical problem worthy of our deep consideration. First, the rate of incarceration has grown dramatically over the last 40 years so that today there are 2.2 million people in prison or jail, and another 5 [...]
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