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Title International crime and justice / edited by Mangai Natarajan

Publ Info Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011
 RWU Main Library  HV6252 .I56 2011    AVAILABLE
 URI  HV6252 I56 2011    AVAILABLE
Descript xxxvi, 533 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
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Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Machine generated contents note: Foreword; Preface; Introduction; Part I. International Criminology: 1. The globalization of crime; 2. Routine activities and transnational crime; 3. Migration and crime; 4. Political violence: a criminological analysis; 5. International victimology; 6. Children and international criminal justice; 7. Women and international criminal justice; 8. Culture and crime; Part II. Law, Punishment, and Crime Control Philosophies of the World: 9. Legal systems of the world; 10. Punishment philosophies; 11. Cross-national measures of punitiveness; 12. Prisons around the world; 13. Crime prevention in international context; Part III. Transnational Crime: 14. International drug trafficking; 15. Trafficking in human beings; 16. International trafficking of stolen vehicles; 17. Small arms trafficking; 18. Trafficking in art, antiquities, and cultural heritage; 19. The illegal cigarette trade; 20. Cyber crime; 21. International fraud; 22. Money laundering; 23. Child pornography; 24. Maritime crimes; 25. Transnational environmental crime; 26. The Bhopal gas disaster and corporate criminal negligence; 27. Endangered species markets: a focus for criminology?; 28. Corruption; 29. Tourist and visitor crimes; Part IV. Organized Crime and Terrorism: 30. Transnational organized crime; 31. The rise of Balkan organized crime; 32. Russian organized crime/groups; 33. The Italian mafia; 34. Extortion and organized crime; 35. Asian organized crime groups; 36. Drug cartels: neither holy, nor Roman, nor an empire; 37. International implications of domestic terrorism; 38. Terrorism; Part V. International Crime: 39. Genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity; 40. History of genocide; 41. Apartheid: a crime against humanity; 42. War crimes; 43. Crime of aggression; Part VI. Delivering International Justice: 44. The role of the United Nations; 45. Treaties and international law; 46. International criminal tribunals; 47. The International Criminal Court - ICC; 48. The ICC processing of the Darfur Situation; 49. Victims' rights in the International Criminal Court; 50. NGOs and international criminal justice; 51. Human rights commissions; 52. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa; 53. The Guatemalan truth commission; Part VII. International Cooperation and Criminal Justice: 54. World policing systems; 55. Cross-border policing; 56. Challenge and transition - policing developments in the European criminal justice system; 57. The European Union and judicial cooperation; 58. The longer arm of the law: the growth and limits of international law enforcement and criminal justice cooperation; 59. International co-operation to combat money laundering; Part VIII. International Research and Crime Statistics: 60. National crime statistics: U.S. uniform crime reports and the National Crime Victimization Survey; 61. Highlights of the International Crime Victims Survey; 62. Cross-national comparisons based on official statistics of crime; 63. International self-report delinquency; 64. Qualitative comparative criminological research methods; Part IX. International Research Resources: 65. International criminal justice: printed and electronic media, journals and professional associations; 66. World criminal justice library network
LC subject Transnational crime
Criminology -- Cross cultural studies
Criminal justice, Administration of -- International cooperation
Criminal justice, Administration of -- Cross-cultural studies
Add Author Natarajan, Mangai
ISBN 9780521196192