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The criminology of war, edited by Ruth Jamieson

Label
The criminology of war
Title
The criminology of war
Statement of responsibility
edited by Ruth Jamieson
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"The essays selected for this volume provide an overview of the range of issues confronting scholars interested in the complex and multiple relationships between war and criminality, and map the many connections between war, security, governmentality, punishment, gender and crime. The collection draws on the recent theoretical advances made by both criminologists and scholars from cognate disciplines such as law, politics, anthropology and gender studies, in order to open out criminological thinking about what war is, how it is related to crime and how these war/crime relationships reach into peace. The volume features contributions from key thinkers in the field and serves as a valuable resource for academics and students with an interest in the criminology of war.The essays selected for this volume provide an overview of the range of issues confronting scholars interested in the complex and multiple relationships between war and criminality, and map the many connections between war, security, governmentality, punishment, gender and crime. The collection draws on the recent theoretical advances made by both criminologists and scholars from cognate disciplines such as law, politics, anthropology and gender studies, in order to open out criminological thinking about what war is, how it is related to crime and how these war/crime relationships reach into peace. The volume features contributions from key thinkers in the field and serves as a valuable resource for academics and students with an interest in the criminology of war."--Provided by publisher
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Dewey number
364.1/38
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Series statement
International library of criminology, criminal justice and penology. Second series
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  • War and crime
  • War crimes
  • Criminology
  • War
Label
The criminology of war, edited by Ruth Jamieson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Part Part I Criminologists on War -- chapter 1 Paul Roberts and Nesam McMillan (2003), 'For Criminology in International Criminal Justice', Journal of International Criminal Justice, 1, ppages 315-38 -- chapter 2 Daniel Maier-Katkin, Daniel P. Mears and Thomas J. Bernard (2009), 'Towards a Criminology of Crimes against Humanity', Theoretical Criminology, 13, ppages 227-55 -- chapter 3 Vincenzo Ruggiero (2005), 'Criminalizing War: Criminology as Ceasefire', Social & Legal Studies, 14, ppages 239-57 -- chapter 4 John Hagan and Wenona Rymond-Richmond (2009), 'Criminology Confronts Genocide: Whose Side Are You On?', Theoretical Criminology, 13, ppages 503-11 -- part Part II Transformations of War -- chapter 5 Carolyn Nordstrom (2000), 'Shadows and Sovereigns', Theory, Culture & Society, 17, ppages 35-54 -- chapter 6 Mark Duffield (2002), 'War as a Network Enterprise: The New Security Terrain and its Implications', Cultural Values, 6, ppages 153-65 -- chapter 7 Penny Green and Tony Ward (2009), 'The Transformation of Violence in Iraq', British Journal of Criminology, 49, ppages 609-27 -- part Part III Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity -- chapter 8 Herbert C. Kelman (1973), 'Violence Without Moral Restraint: Reflections on the Dehumanization of Victims and Victimizers', Journal of Social Issues, 29, ppages 25-61 -- chapter 9 Zygmunt Bauman (1988), 'Sociology after the Holocaust', British Journal of Sociology, 39, ppages 469-97 -- chapter 10 Michael Freeman (1995), 'Genocide, Civilization and Modernity', British Journal of Sociology, 46, ppages 207-23 -- chapter 11 Ruth Jamieson (1999), 'Genocide and the Social Production of Immorality',Theoretical Criminology, 3, ppages 131-46 -- part Part IV Normative Transformations -- chapter 12 Avery F. Gordon (2006), 'Abu Ghraib: Imprisonment and the War on Terror', Race and Class, 48, ppages 42-59 -- chapter 13 Stanley Cohen (2006), 'Neither Honesty nor Hypocrisy: The Legal Reconstruction of Torture', in Tim Newburn and Paul Rock (eds), The Politics of Crime Control: Essays in Honour of David Downes, Oxford: Oxford University Press, ppages 297-317 -- chapter 14 Teresa Degenhardt (2010), 'Representing War as Punishment in the War on Terror', International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory, 3, ppages 343-58 -- part Part V Gender and War -- chapter 15 Ruth Seifert (1994), 'War and Rape: A Preliminary Analysis', in Alexandra Stiglmayer (ed.), Mass Rape: The War against Women in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, ppages 54-72 -- chapter 16 Dubravka Zarkov (2007), 'The Body of the Other Man', in The Body of War: Media, Ethnicity, and Gender in the Break-up of Yugoslavia, Durham, NC and London: Duke University Press, ppages 155-69 -- chapter 17 Vesna Nikolic-Ristanovic (2001), 'From Sisterhood to Non-recognition: Instrumentalization of Women's Suffering in the War in the Former Yugoslavia', reset from Sociologija, 43, ppages 213-26 -- chapter 18 Cynthia Cockburn (2014), 'A Continuum of Violence: Gender, War and Peace', in Ruth Jamieson (ed.), The Criminology of War, Farnham: Ashgate, ppages 357-76 -- chapter 19 R. Charli Carpenter (2006), 'Recognizing Gender-based Violence against Civilian Men and Boys in Conflict Situations', Security Dialogue, 37, ppages 83-103 -- part Part VI Militarized Masculinities -- chapter 20 John Hockey (2003), 'No More Heroes: Masculinity in the Infantry', in Paul R. Higate (ed.), Military Masculinities: Identity and the State, Westport, CT and London: Praeger, ppages 15-25 -- chapter 21 Richard Maclure and Myriam Denov (2006), -- chapter 22 Martha K. Huggins and Mika Haritos-Fatouros (1998), 'Bureaucratizing Masculinities Among Brazilian Torturers and Murderers', in Lee H. Bowker (ed.), Masculinities and Violence, London: Sage, ppages 29-54 -- part Part VII The Post-War Moment -- chapter 23 Paul Higate and Marsha Henry (2004), 'Engendering (In)security in Peace Support Operations', Security Dialogue, 35, ppages 481-98 -- chapter 24 R.W. Connell (2002), 'Masculinities, the Reduction of Violence and the Pursuit of Peace', in Cynthia Cockburn and Dubravka Zarkov (eds), The Postwar Moment, London: Lawrence & Wishart, ppages 33-40 -- chapter 25 Ruti G. Teitel (2003), 'Transitional Justice Genealogy', Harvard Human Rights Journal, 16, ppages 69-94 -- chapter 26 Kieran McEvoy (2007), 'Beyond Legalism: Towards a Thicker Understanding of Transitional Justice', Journal of Law and Society, 34, ppages 411-40
Control code
ocn993683452
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (590)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351545334
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other control number
10.4324/9781315086859
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)993683452
Label
The criminology of war, edited by Ruth Jamieson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Part Part I Criminologists on War -- chapter 1 Paul Roberts and Nesam McMillan (2003), 'For Criminology in International Criminal Justice', Journal of International Criminal Justice, 1, ppages 315-38 -- chapter 2 Daniel Maier-Katkin, Daniel P. Mears and Thomas J. Bernard (2009), 'Towards a Criminology of Crimes against Humanity', Theoretical Criminology, 13, ppages 227-55 -- chapter 3 Vincenzo Ruggiero (2005), 'Criminalizing War: Criminology as Ceasefire', Social & Legal Studies, 14, ppages 239-57 -- chapter 4 John Hagan and Wenona Rymond-Richmond (2009), 'Criminology Confronts Genocide: Whose Side Are You On?', Theoretical Criminology, 13, ppages 503-11 -- part Part II Transformations of War -- chapter 5 Carolyn Nordstrom (2000), 'Shadows and Sovereigns', Theory, Culture & Society, 17, ppages 35-54 -- chapter 6 Mark Duffield (2002), 'War as a Network Enterprise: The New Security Terrain and its Implications', Cultural Values, 6, ppages 153-65 -- chapter 7 Penny Green and Tony Ward (2009), 'The Transformation of Violence in Iraq', British Journal of Criminology, 49, ppages 609-27 -- part Part III Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity -- chapter 8 Herbert C. Kelman (1973), 'Violence Without Moral Restraint: Reflections on the Dehumanization of Victims and Victimizers', Journal of Social Issues, 29, ppages 25-61 -- chapter 9 Zygmunt Bauman (1988), 'Sociology after the Holocaust', British Journal of Sociology, 39, ppages 469-97 -- chapter 10 Michael Freeman (1995), 'Genocide, Civilization and Modernity', British Journal of Sociology, 46, ppages 207-23 -- chapter 11 Ruth Jamieson (1999), 'Genocide and the Social Production of Immorality',Theoretical Criminology, 3, ppages 131-46 -- part Part IV Normative Transformations -- chapter 12 Avery F. Gordon (2006), 'Abu Ghraib: Imprisonment and the War on Terror', Race and Class, 48, ppages 42-59 -- chapter 13 Stanley Cohen (2006), 'Neither Honesty nor Hypocrisy: The Legal Reconstruction of Torture', in Tim Newburn and Paul Rock (eds), The Politics of Crime Control: Essays in Honour of David Downes, Oxford: Oxford University Press, ppages 297-317 -- chapter 14 Teresa Degenhardt (2010), 'Representing War as Punishment in the War on Terror', International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory, 3, ppages 343-58 -- part Part V Gender and War -- chapter 15 Ruth Seifert (1994), 'War and Rape: A Preliminary Analysis', in Alexandra Stiglmayer (ed.), Mass Rape: The War against Women in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, ppages 54-72 -- chapter 16 Dubravka Zarkov (2007), 'The Body of the Other Man', in The Body of War: Media, Ethnicity, and Gender in the Break-up of Yugoslavia, Durham, NC and London: Duke University Press, ppages 155-69 -- chapter 17 Vesna Nikolic-Ristanovic (2001), 'From Sisterhood to Non-recognition: Instrumentalization of Women's Suffering in the War in the Former Yugoslavia', reset from Sociologija, 43, ppages 213-26 -- chapter 18 Cynthia Cockburn (2014), 'A Continuum of Violence: Gender, War and Peace', in Ruth Jamieson (ed.), The Criminology of War, Farnham: Ashgate, ppages 357-76 -- chapter 19 R. Charli Carpenter (2006), 'Recognizing Gender-based Violence against Civilian Men and Boys in Conflict Situations', Security Dialogue, 37, ppages 83-103 -- part Part VI Militarized Masculinities -- chapter 20 John Hockey (2003), 'No More Heroes: Masculinity in the Infantry', in Paul R. Higate (ed.), Military Masculinities: Identity and the State, Westport, CT and London: Praeger, ppages 15-25 -- chapter 21 Richard Maclure and Myriam Denov (2006), -- chapter 22 Martha K. Huggins and Mika Haritos-Fatouros (1998), 'Bureaucratizing Masculinities Among Brazilian Torturers and Murderers', in Lee H. Bowker (ed.), Masculinities and Violence, London: Sage, ppages 29-54 -- part Part VII The Post-War Moment -- chapter 23 Paul Higate and Marsha Henry (2004), 'Engendering (In)security in Peace Support Operations', Security Dialogue, 35, ppages 481-98 -- chapter 24 R.W. Connell (2002), 'Masculinities, the Reduction of Violence and the Pursuit of Peace', in Cynthia Cockburn and Dubravka Zarkov (eds), The Postwar Moment, London: Lawrence & Wishart, ppages 33-40 -- chapter 25 Ruti G. Teitel (2003), 'Transitional Justice Genealogy', Harvard Human Rights Journal, 16, ppages 69-94 -- chapter 26 Kieran McEvoy (2007), 'Beyond Legalism: Towards a Thicker Understanding of Transitional Justice', Journal of Law and Society, 34, ppages 411-40
Control code
ocn993683452
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (590)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351545334
Note
Taylor & Francis
Other control number
10.4324/9781315086859
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)993683452

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