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State Crime in the Global Age

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ISBN-10: 1843927039

ISBN-13: 9781843927037

Edition: 2010

Authors: William J. Chambliss, Raymond Michalowski, Ronald C. Kramer

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State Crime in the Global Age brings together original writings from leading scholars in the field that explore the many ways that the use and abuse of state power results in grave social harms that outweigh, by far, the consequences of ordinary street crime. The topics covered include the crimes of empire, illegal war, the bombing of civilians, state sanctioned torture, state sacrifice of human lives, and judicial wrongdoing.
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Book details

List price: $31.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 3/25/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 6.18" wide x 9.17" long x 0.79" tall
Weight: 1.276
Language: English

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Notes on contributors
Framing State Crime
In search of 'state and crime' in state crime studies
The centrality of empire in the study of state crime and violence
Obligatory sacrifice and Imperial projects
Toward a prospective criminology of state crime
The Brutal Realities of State Crime
Modern institutionalized torture as state-organized crime
War as corporate crime
From Guernica to Hiroshima to Baghdad: the normalization of the terror bombing of civilians
The neo-liberal state of exception in occupied Iraq
China's aid policy toward economically weakened states: a case of state criminality?
Framing innocents: the wrongly convicted as victims of state harm
Prosecutorial overcharging as state crime?
Responding to State Crime
The politics of harm reduction policies
The globalization of transitional justice
The reason of state: theoretical inquiries and consequences for the criminology of state crime
Epilogue: toward a public criminology of state crime