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The Palgrave Handbook of Criminology and War

Sandra Walklate (Hrsg.), Ross McGarry (Hrsg.)

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Sozialwissenschaften, Recht, Wirtschaft / Strafrecht, Strafprozessrecht, Kriminologie

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This interdisciplinary Handbook brings together into one coherent volume a range of international authors, who firmly establish the relevance of war within the discipline of criminology. The chapters address emerging and prevailing issues in the criminological study of war, including state crime, corporate crime, victimology, genocide, policing, security and various forms of violence. Taking a critical standpoint including feminist, cultural, and radical approaches amongst others, the Handbook is split into five clear sections: (1) The Criminogenic Contexts of War; (2) Violence and Victimization at War; (3) Violence, War and Security; (4) Perpetrators of Violence and the Aftermath of War; and (5) Cultural and Methodological Developments for a Criminology of War. 

Edited by two leading experts in the field, this Handbook provides an original point of reference on the contemporary debates and applications of criminology and war and will be a key resource for academics and students across criminology, international relations, critical military studies, military sociology, peace studies and law.

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Military Studies, military service, terrorism, critical criminology, police, Military Sociology, policing, prisons, war, security studies, violence, sexual violence, criminal justice, risk, victims, resilience, critical military studies, corporate crime, political violence, trauma, victimology, defence, criminology, crime, genocide, post-conflict