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A research agenda for Global Crime / edited by Tim Hall, Vincenzo Scalia.

Publication:
Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019.
Series:
Elgar research agendas
Elgar Research Agendas
Format/Description:
Book
xi, 181 pages ; 24 cm.
Subjects:
Transnational crime.
Crime and globalization.
Crime and globalization.
Transnational crime.
Contents:
1 Thinking through global crime and its research agendas / Tim Hall and Vincenzo Scalia
2 Economic graographies of the (il)legal and the (il)licit / Ray Hudson
3 Faces in the cloudes: criminology, epochalism, apophenia and transnational organized crime / Dick Hobbs
4 War, terrorism and criminal justice / John Lea
5 War crimes, genocide and the valure of a social harm approach in a post-accountability world / Daniel Mitchell
6 Environmental crimes: controversies and perspectives / Rosalba Altopiedi
7 Transnational governance and cybercrime control: dilemmas, developments and emerging research agendas / Majid Yar
8 The demand for counterfeiting on the criminological research agenda / Jo Large
9 State, society and violence in Russia: towards a new research agenda / Svetlana Sephenson
10 Riots, protest and globalization / Matt Clement
11 The socio-material cultures of global crime: artefacts and infrastructures in the content of drug smuggling / Craig Martin
12 Sport and crime in a global society / Nicholas Groombridge.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Hall, Tim editor.
Scalia, Vincenzo editor.
ISBN:
1786438666
9781786438669
OCLC:
1083132794
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