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Emerging issues in green criminology : exploring power, justice and harm / edited by Reece Walters, Assistant Dean, Research for the Faculty of Law at Queensland University of Technology, Australia, Diane Solomon Westerhuis, Independent Scholar and Tanya Wyatt, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Northumbria University, UK
PRINT PRINT | Palgrave Macmillan | 2013
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ix, 265 pages ; 23 cm
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Critical criminological perspectives
Critical criminological perspectives
Includes bibliographical references and index
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1 List of Illustrations vii
1 Notes on Contributors viii
1 Introduction, Reece Walters 1
pt. I 1 Concepts, Perspectives, and Dimensions
1. 1 Conceptual Contours of Green Criminology, Rob White 17
2. 1 Environmental Victimisation and Conflict Resolution: ; A Case Study of e-Waste, Gudrun Vande Walle 34
pt. II 1 Rights and Wrongs
3. 1 Resource Wealth, Power, Crime, and Conflict, Nigel South 57
4. 1 Animal Trafficking and Trade: Abuse and Species Injustice, Ragnhild Sollund 72
5. 1 Crime and the Commodification of Carbon, Peter Martin 93
6. 1 Local Context of Transnational Wildlife Trafficking: The Heathrow Animal Reception Centre, Tanya Wyatt 108
pt. III 1 Policing, Regulation, and Enforcement
7. 1 Perspectives on Criminality in Wildlife, Angus Nurse 127
8. 1 Environmental Regulation in Chemical Corporations: Preliminary Results of a Case Study, M. H. A. Kluin 145
9. 1 Uneven Geography of Environmental Enforcement INGOs, Olga Knight 173
10. 1 Harm Analysis of Environmental Crime, Diane Solomon Westerhuis 197
11. 1 Victims of Environmental Harms and Their Role in National and International Justice, Matthew Hall 218
12. 1 À Gift from the Tropics to the World': Power, Harm, and Palm Oil, Hanneke Mol 242
1 Index 261
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