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Global Injustice and Crime Control

·    Author: Laverick, Wendy
·    ISBN 13: 9780415697460
·    ISBN 10: 0415697468 
·    Publisher: London ; New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2016.
·    Date published: 2016
·    Page:     295 p.
·    Key Words: Transnational crime; International crimes; Crime prevention; Law enforcement;     International security; Criminal justice, Administration of.
·    Local:     00041002124            364.135 LAV 2016    
·    Phòng DVTT Tổng hợp - Kho tham khảo
     The Global Injustice and Crime Control has set up a wider range of transnational, transnational and international crime control. It examines theories from a variety of disciplines and introduces students to the often overlooked face of world order and world politics, in an effort to direct attention to the connection between events, power, ideas, institutions, policies, actions, and international and domestic counterterrorism. In an increasingly interconnected and interdependent world, various aspects of globalization play an important role in crime and criminal justice in the 21st century. This interdisciplinary curriculum provides an important treatment for the recent development and acceleration of national, regional and international efforts in transnational crime control and law enforcement. The book not only places transnational and international efforts by the police, the judiciary, regional and international bodies in their historical context, but also focuses on clarifying theoretical perspectives. Leading from within the literature of globalization, criminology and international relations to shed light on both sides of the phenomenon. Areas covered include: * Transfrontier and security crimes, * State crimes and corruption, * International responses to genocide, * Terrorism and terrorism, * Organized crime. . This book will be the perfect lesson for modules in transnational crime and justice and will be of interest to crime students, policemen, public policy and international relations.