Global warming and state-corporate crime: the politicalization of global warming under the Bush administration
Lynch, Michael; Burns, Ronald; Stretesky, Paul
The deliveries cannot stop: Ecological (dis) advantages and socio-spatial safety tactics against predatory crimes among Brazilian couriers
Prison privatization: a perspective on core governmental functions
Bureaucracy, “domesticated” elites, and the abolition of capital punishment. Processes of state-formation and the number of executions in England and Habsburg Austria between 1700 and 1914
Old Crimes, New Perspectives: Joachim J. Savelsberg, Crime and Human Rights: Criminology of Genocide and Atrocities. London, United Kingdom: Sage, 2010.
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