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International and Transnational Crime and Justice

2nd Edition

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  • Editor: Mangai Natarajan, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York
Jeremy Travis, Mangai Natarajan, Louise Shelley, Marcus Felson, Roberta Belli, Joshua Freilich, Graeme Newman, Vincenzo Ruggiero, Jan van Dijk, Jo-Anne Wemmers, Cecile Van de Voorde, Rosemary Barberet, Monica Ciobanu, Edward Snajdr, Matti Joutsen, Alfred Blumstein, Harry Dammer, Ronald V. Clarke, Alexis A. Aronowitz, Rick Brown, Theodore Leggett, Simon Mackenzie, Klaus Von Lampe, Richard Lovely, Michael Levi, David Hicks, Adam Graycar, Richard Wortley, Gisela Bichler, Rob White, G. S.Bajpai, Bir Pal Singh, Jackie Schnieder, Andrew Lemieux, Marcus Felson, Jay Albanese, Jana Arsovska, James O. Finckenauer, Alexander Sukharenko, Eric G. Lesneskie, Ernesto Savona, Marco Zanella, Leona Lee, Enrique Desmond Arias, William Parkin, Joshua Freilich, Steven M. Chermak, George Andreopoulos, Itai Sneh, Helen Kapstein, Noah Weisbord, Carla Reyes, Stefan Barriga, Roger Clark, Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Antigona Kukaj, Xabier Agirre, David Donat-Cattin, José Luis Morín, Stephan Parmentier, Elmar Weitekamp, Marcia Esparza, Rob I. Mawby, Rob Guerette, Conor Brady, William McDonald, Stephen Block, Michael Maxfield, Marcelo Aebi, Ni He, Ineke Haen Marshall, Gregory Howard, Martin Gottschalk, Maria Kiriakova, John Myrtle, Phyllis A. Schultze
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  • Publication planned for: June 2019
  • availability: Not yet published - available from June 2019
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108708838

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  • International crime and justice is an emerging field that covers crime and justice from a global perspective. This book introduces the nature of international and transnational crimes, theoretical foundations to understanding the relationship between social change and the waxing and waning of the crime opportunity structure, globalization, migration, culture conflicts, and the emerging legal frameworks for their prevention and control. It presents the challenges involved in delivering justice and international cooperative efforts to deter, detect, and respond to international and transnational crimes; and the need for international research and data resources to go beyond anecdote and impressionistic accounts to testing and developing theories to build the discipline that bring tangible improvements to the peace, security and well-being of the globalizing world. A timely analysis of a complex subject of international crime and justice for students, scholars, policymakers and advocates who strive for the pursuit of justice for millions of victims.

    • Will be the standard text for undergraduates and graduate students in criminology
    • Provides up to date information and topics in the evolving field of international and transnational criminal justice
    • Includes original research by both established and emerging scholars in the field
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    • Edition: 2nd Edition
    • Publication planned for: June 2019
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108708838
    • dimensions: 253 x 177 mm
    • contains: 11 b/w illus. 2 maps 13 tables
    • availability: Not yet published - available from June 2019
  • Table of Contents

    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: US 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.

  • Editor

    Mangai Natarajan, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York
    Mangai Natarajan is a professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York. She is an award-winning policy-oriented researcher who has published widely in international criminal justice. To date she has edited ten books including a special issue on Crime in Developing Countries for Crime Science Journal and authored a monograph, Women Police in a Changing Society: Back Door to Equality (2008). She is the founding director of the International Criminal Justice Major at John Jay.

    Contributors

    Jeremy Travis, Mangai Natarajan, Louise Shelley, Marcus Felson, Roberta Belli, Joshua Freilich, Graeme Newman, Vincenzo Ruggiero, Jan van Dijk, Jo-Anne Wemmers, Cecile Van de Voorde, Rosemary Barberet, Monica Ciobanu, Edward Snajdr, Matti Joutsen, Alfred Blumstein, Harry Dammer, Ronald V. Clarke, Alexis A. Aronowitz, Rick Brown, Theodore Leggett, Simon Mackenzie, Klaus Von Lampe, Richard Lovely, Michael Levi, David Hicks, Adam Graycar, Richard Wortley, Gisela Bichler, Rob White, G. S.Bajpai, Bir Pal Singh, Jackie Schnieder, Andrew Lemieux, Marcus Felson, Jay Albanese, Jana Arsovska, James O. Finckenauer, Alexander Sukharenko, Eric G. Lesneskie, Ernesto Savona, Marco Zanella, Leona Lee, Enrique Desmond Arias, William Parkin, Joshua Freilich, Steven M. Chermak, George Andreopoulos, Itai Sneh, Helen Kapstein, Noah Weisbord, Carla Reyes, Stefan Barriga, Roger Clark, Gloria J. Browne-Marshall, Antigona Kukaj, Xabier Agirre, David Donat-Cattin, José Luis Morín, Stephan Parmentier, Elmar Weitekamp, Marcia Esparza, Rob I. Mawby, Rob Guerette, Conor Brady, William McDonald, Stephen Block, Michael Maxfield, Marcelo Aebi, Ni He, Ineke Haen Marshall, Gregory Howard, Martin Gottschalk, Maria Kiriakova, John Myrtle, Phyllis A. Schultze

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