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Title Supranational criminology : towards a criminology of international crimes / Alette Smeulers and Roelof Haveman (eds.).

Published Antwerp ; Portland : Intersentia : Distribution for the USA and Canada, International Specialized Book Services, [2008]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  364.135 SUPR    AVAILABLE
Physical description xv, 593 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Series Supranational criminal law ; v. 6.
Maastricht series in human rights ; v. 7.
Maastricht series in human rights ; 7.
Series Supranational criminal law ; v. 6.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 513-586).
Contents I. Criminology in a State of Denial - Towards a Criminology of International Crimes: Supranational Criminology / Roelof Haveman and Alette Smeulers -- Pt. I. Define and Conceptualize International Crimes and State Crime -- II. Towards a Criminology of International Crimes: Producing a Conceptual and Contextual Framework / David O. Friedrichs -- III. Towards an Integrative Study of International Crimes and State-Corporate Criminality: A Reciprocal Approach to Gross Human Rights Violations / Gregg Barak -- Pt. II. Measure and Map International Crimes: Research Methodology -- IV. Missing Pieces. Some Thoughts on the Methodology of the Empirical Study of International Crimes and Other Gross Human Rights Violations / Catrien Bijleveld -- V. The Unaccountable Genocide. A Case Study of the Roles of the U.S. State Department and U.S. Government Accountability Office in Calculating the Darfur Death Toll / John Hagan -- Pt. III. Investigate the Causes of International Crimes -- VI. Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity in Central Africa: A Criminological Exploration / Dawn L. Rothe and Christopher W. Mullins -- VII. State Crime, the Colonial Question and Indigenous Peoples / Chris Cunneen -- VIII. Corporations and International Crimes / Wim Huisman -- IX. Destructive Beliefs: Genocide and the Role of Ideology / Alex Alvarez -- X. Perpetrators of International Crimes: Towards a Typology / Alette Smeulers -- XI. A Sociology of Torture / Martha K. Huggins -- XII. Militarizing Power in the War on Terror: Unlawful Enemy Combatants and the Military Commissions Act / Michael Welch -- Pt. IV. Define and Analyze Ways of Dealing with International Crimes -- XIII. Dealing with International Crimes: Towards a Conceptual Model of Accountability and Justice / Jennifer Balint -- XIV. Dealing with the Legacy of Mass Violence: Changing Lenses to Restorative Justice / Stephan Parmentier, Kris Vanspauwen and Elmar Weitekamp -- XV. Doing Justice to Gacaca / Roelof Haveman -- XVI. 'Reason' and 'Truth' in International Criminal Justice - A Criminological Perspective on the Construction of Evidence in International Trials / Uwe Ewald -- Pt. V. Victimology -- XVII. Victimisation and Supranational Criminology / David Kauzlarich -- Pt. VI. Develop Preventive Strategies in Order to Prevent International Crimes -- XVIII. The Role of Bystanders in Rwanda and Srebrenica: Lessons Learned / Fred Grunfeld -- XIX. International Crimes and Criminology: An Agenda for Future Research / Alette Smeulers and Roelof Haveman.
Other author Smeulers, Alette, 1967-
Haveman, Roelof.
Subject Transnational crime.
Crimes against humanity.
ISBN 9789050957915