globalization and crime

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globalization and crime

Crime and the Global City Migration, Borders, and the Pre-Criminal

The Globalization of Crime and Criminal Justice Prospects and Problems

Global Crime Governance: Conclusions, Implications, and Outlook

The Emergence and Diffusion of Global Anti-Crime Regulations

Judging Communist Crimes in Romania: Transnational and Global Influences

Trouble in Paradise. Crime and Collapsed States in the Age of Globalization

Is it a Crime to Produce Ecological Disorganization? Why Green Criminology and Political Economy Matter in the Analysis of Global Ecological Harms

Part II UN Core Conventions on Transnational Organised Crime, 6 The Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances 1988 and the Global War on Drugs

Global Organized Crime: Trends and Developments. Edited by Dina Siegel, Henk Van De Bunt and Damian Zaitch (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2004, 199pp. £49.98 hb)

Crime and Justice 1750–1950. By Barry Godfrey and Paul Lawrence (Cullompton: Willan, 2005, 232pp. £18.99 pb)
 Crime and Empire, 1840–1940: Criminal Justice in Local and Global Context. Edited by Barry Godfrey and Graeme Dunstall (Cullompton: Willan, 2005, 272pp, £18.99 pb)

Research Methods: A Practical Guide for the Social Sciences. By B. Matthews and L. Ross (Harlow: Longman, 2010, 490pp. £30.00 pb)Crime: Local and Global. By J. Muncie, D. Talbot and R. Walters (Cullompton: Willan, 2010, 263pp. £75.00 hb, £23.00 pb)

Women, Crime and Social Harm: Towards a Criminology for the Global Era. Edited by Maureen Cain and Adrian Howe (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2008, 226pp. £22.00 pb)The Delinquent Girl. Edited by Margaret Zahn (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2009, 360pp. £40.00 hb)

Emerging Issues in Green Criminology: Exploring Power, Justice and Harm. By Reece Walters, Diane Westerhuis and Tanya Wyatt (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 265 pp. £24.00)Environmental Harm: An Eco-Justice Perspective. By Rob White (Policy Press, 2013, 216 pp. £70.00)Eco-Global Crimes: Contemporary Problems and Future Challenges. By Rune Ellefsen, Ragnild Sollund and Guri Larsen (Ashgate, 2012, 304 pp. £66.00)


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Globalization is generally understood to describe a process of change whereby networks of activity (whether economic, social, legal, ideological, etc) have become more widespread geographically speaking, reaching out to and ...

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