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The Routledge Handbook of International Crime and Justice Studies,9780415781787
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The Handbook of International Crime and Justice is a sourcebook that critically documents the globalization of crime, justice, and their intersections. Organized around the often under-examined dynamics of culture, technology, consumerism, and politics, The Handbook accessibly and insightfully probes the burgeoning contours of human injury and social harm from a 'worldview' perspective. Its broad-based contents are divided into nine thematic areas consisting of: human rights and crimes against humanity security and risk studies terrorism studies environmental criminology and disaster studies internet abuses and cyber crimes the criminal enterprise biomedical crime and ethics trends in violence and victimology studies new directions in peace and justice studiesWritten specifically for the scholarly and practitioner communities, The Handbook 's comprehensive coverage, as well as transnational scope and focus, make it an instant reference work for up-to-date commentary within the interdisciplinary field of international crime and justice.

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