Darfur and the Crime of Genocide Cambridge Studies in Law and Society

In 2004, the state department gathered more than a thousand interviews from refugees in Chad that verified Colin Powell's U. N. It documents the sudanese government's enlistment of Arab Janjaweed militias in destroying black African communities. Used book in Good Condition. And congressional testimonies about the Darfur genocide.

. The central questions are: why is the united states so ambivalent to genocide? Why do so many scholars deemphasize racial aspects of genocide? How can the science of criminology advance understanding and protection against genocide? This book gives a vivid firsthand account and voice to the survivors of genocide in Darfur.

This book for the first time fully examines that survey and its heartbreaking accounts. The survey cost nearly a million dollars to conduct and yet it languished in the archives as the killing continued, claiming hundreds of thousands of murder and rape victims and restricting several million survivors to camps.

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Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery

Subsequently, in the first journey of its kind, he traveled across four continents to investigate these crimes and take stock of their devastating human toll. Kara describes the local factors and global economic forces that gave rise to this and other forms of modern slavery over the past two decades and quantifies, the size, growth, for the first time, and profitability of each industry.

These trafficked sex slaves form the backbone of one of the world's most profitable illicit enterprises and generate huge profits for their exploiters, sex slaves require no such "processing, and packaged, harvested, for unlike narcotics, refined, which must be grown, " and can be repeatedly "consumed.

Kara first encountered the horrors of slavery in a Bosnian refugee camp in 1995. He witnessed firsthand the sale of human beings into slavery, interviewed over four hundred slaves, and confronted some of those who trafficked and exploited them. In this book, kara provides a riveting account of his journey into this unconscionable industry, sharing the moving stories of its victims and revealing the shocking conditions of their exploitation.

Kara made several trips to india, laos, the netherlands, Nepal, the United Kingdom, Thailand, Denmark, Burma, Albania, Vietnam, Italy, Mexico, Moldova, and the United States. He draws on his background in finance, and law to provide the first ever business analysis of contemporary slavery worldwide, economics, focusing on its most profitable and barbaric form: sex trafficking.

Finally, he identifies the sectors of the sex trafficking industry that would be hardest hit by specifically designed interventions and recommends the specific legal, and policy measures that would target these vulnerable sectors and help to abolish this form of slavery, tactical, once and for all. The author will donate a portion of the proceeds of this book to the anti-slavery organization, Free the Slaves.




Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic

Now, addiction has devastated portsmouth, as it has hundreds of small rural towns and suburbs across America--addiction like no other the country has ever faced. Meanwhile, a massive influx of black tar heroin--cheap, potent, driven by a brilliant, and originating from one small county on Mexico's west coast, independent of any drug cartel--assaulted small town and mid-sized cities across the country, almost unbeatable marketing and distribution system.

With a great reporter's narrative skill and the storytelling ability of a novelist, acclaimed journalist Sam Quinones weaves together two classic tales of capitalism run amok whose unintentional collision has been catastrophic. The unfettered prescribing of pain medications during the 1990s reached its peak in Purdue Pharma's campaign to market OxyContin, its new, expensive--extremely addictive--miracle painkiller.

. Drug czar politico favorite book of the year--angus deaton, nobel Prize Economics Bloomberg/WSJ Best Books of 2015--Matt Bevin, Governor of Kentucky WSJ Books of the Year--Slate. Com's 10 best books of 2015--entertainment weekly's 10 best books of 2015 --buzzfeed's 19 best nonfiction books of 2015--The Daily Beast's Best Big Idea Books of 2015--Seattle Times' Best Books of 2015--Boston Globe's Best Books of 2015--St.

Dreamland is a revelatory account of the corrosive threat facing America and its heartland. How that happened is the riveting story of Dreamland. Bloomsbury Publishing. Louis post-dispatch's best books of 2015--the guardian's the best book we read all year--audible's best books of 2015--texas Observer's Five Books We Loved in 2015--Chicago Public Library's Best Nonfiction Books of 2015From a small town in Mexico to the boardrooms of Big Pharma to main streets nationwide, an explosive and shocking account of addiction in the heartland of America.




There Are No Children Here: The Story of Two Boys Growing Up in The Other America

This is the moving and powerful account of two  remarkable boys struggling to survive in Chicago's  Henry Horner Homes, a public housing complex  disfigured by crime and neglect. Anchor Books. Bloomsbury Publishing.


Criminological Theory: Past to Present: Essential Readings

Edited by leading scholars Francis T. Criminological theory: past to present--Essential Readings, Fourth Edition, offers the most comprehensive overview of classic and contemporary theories of crime. Bloomsbury Publishing. Anchor Books. Cullen and robert agnew, it presents a wide range of readings, including original theory pieces.

A brief yet detailed introduction frames each Part and each reading, providing students with a "road map" as they explore the ongoing intellectual developments, diverse views, and continuing debates in the field of criminological theory. Building on the success of the third edition, fourth edition, discussion topics and exercises, the thoroughly updated and revised fourth edition includes:* eight new readings each with its own introduction* Two new Parts each with its own introduction: "Theories of White-Collar Crime" and "Putting Theory to Work: Guiding Crime Control Policy"Supplements * For adopting instructors: A new Instructor's Manual on CD, learning objectives, key words, and PowerPoint lecture slidesComprehensive enough for graduate students yet accessible enough for undergraduate students, featuring a Test Bank with multiple-choice and essay questions, Criminological Theory: Past to Present--Essential Readings, remains a solid introduction to the foundations of criminology--and to the competing theories that will shape thinking about crime in the years ahead.

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Criminology: Theories, Patterns, and Typologies 11th eleventh Edition by Siegel, Larry J. published by Cengage Learning 2012

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Decoding Albanian Organized Crime: Culture, Politics, and Globalization

Based on more than a decade of research, as well as court files and confidential intelligence reports, and law enforcement across ten countries, Western Europe, including interviews with victims, activities, offenders, and structure of Albanian organized crime groups in the Balkans, codes of conduct, migration, Decoding Albanian Organized Crime presents a comprehensive overview of the causes, and the United States.

The expansion of organized crime across national borders has become a key security concern for the international community. Paying particular attention to the dynamic relationships among culture, politics, and organized crime, the book develops a framework for understanding the global growth of the criminal underworld and provides a model for future comparative research.

University of California Press. In this theoretically and empirically vibrant portrait of a global phenomenon, Jana Arsovska examines some of the most widespread myths about the so-called Albanian Mafia. Bloomsbury Publishing. Anchor Books.


Killing Consensus

This consensus hinges on common notions and street-level practices of who can die, and by whom, how, where, revealing an empirically distinct configuration of authority that Denyer Willis calls sovereignty by consensus. University of California Press. We hold many assumptions about police work―that it is the responsibility of the state, or that police officers are given the right to kill in the name of public safety or self-defense.

Bloomsbury Publishing. Based on three years of ethnographic fieldwork, willis's book traces how homicide detectives categorize two types of killing: the first resulting from “resistance” to police arrest which is often broadly defined and the second at the hands of a crime "family' known as the Primeiro Comando da Capital PCC.

Death at the hands of police happens regularly, while the PCC’s centralized control and strict moral code among criminals has also routinized killing, ironically making the city feel safer for most residents. But in the killing consensus, brazil, graham denyer willis shows how in São Paulo, killing and the arbitration of “normal” killing in the name of social order are actually conducted by two groups―the police and organized crime―both operating according to parallel logics of murder.

Anchor Books. University of California Press. In a fractured urban security environment, where killing mirrors patterns of inequitable urbanization and historical exclusion along class, and racial lines, gender, Denyer Willis's research finds that the city’s cyclical periods of peace and violence can best be understood through an unspoken but mutually observed consensus on the right to kill.

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Divergent Social Worlds: Neighborhood Crime and the Racial-Spatial Divide American Sociological Association's Rose Series

Yet peterson and krivo also show that the reality of crime inequality in urban neighborhoods is no less alarming. A volume in the american Sociological Association's Rose Series in Sociology Bloomsbury Publishing. The degree of social and economic advantage or disadvantage that each community experiences—particularly its crime rate—is most often a reflection of which group is in the majority.

Divergent social worlds lays to rest the popular misconception that persistently high crime rates in impoverished, worse, non-white neighborhoods are merely the result of individual pathologies or, inherent group criminality. Of the five types of neighborhoods studied, african American communities experience violent crime on average at a rate five times that of their white counterparts, minority, with violence rates for Latino, and integrated neighborhoods falling between the two extremes.

More than 90 percent of white neighborhoods have low poverty, Latino, but this is only true for one quarter of black, and minority areas. Anchor Books. More than half a century after the first Jim Crow laws were dismantled, the majority of urban neighborhoods in the United States remain segregated by race.

Peterson and krivo meticulously demonstrate how residential segregation creates and maintains inequality in neighborhood crime rates. University of California Press. As ruth peterson and lauren krivo note in Divergent Social Worlds, place, "Race, and crime are still inextricably linked in the minds of the public.




Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Slavery

Every year, seduced, hundreds of thousands of women and children are abducted, deceived, or sold into forced prostitution, coerced to service hundreds if not thousands of men before being discarded. Bloomsbury Publishing. Kara describes the local factors and global economic forces that gave rise to this and other forms of modern slavery over the past two decades and quantifies, growth, the size, for the first time, and profitability of each industry.

He draws on his background in finance, and law to provide the first ever business analysis of contemporary slavery worldwide, economics, focusing on its most profitable and barbaric form: sex trafficking. University of California Press. Finally, tactical, he identifies the sectors of the sex trafficking industry that would be hardest hit by specifically designed interventions and recommends the specific legal, and policy measures that would target these vulnerable sectors and help to abolish this form of slavery, once and for all.

The author will donate a portion of the proceeds of this book to the anti-slavery organization, Free the Slaves. Subsequently, in the first journey of its kind, he traveled across four continents to investigate these crimes and take stock of their devastating human toll. Kara made several trips to india, nepal, burma, italy, Moldova, the United Kingdom, Albania, the Netherlands, Thailand, Denmark, Vietnam, Laos, Mexico, and the United States.

Used book in Good Condition. He witnessed firsthand the sale of human beings into slavery, interviewed over four hundred slaves, and confronted some of those who trafficked and exploited them.


Basics of Research Methods for Criminal Justice and Criminology

University of California Press. Balancing coverage of both qualitative and quantitative methods, practical applications, the text is packed with real-world examples, and Internet research exercises. It utilizes the most current, validity, and research design, real data and features coverage of such key topics as ethics, field research, causation, among others.

University of California Press. Used book in Good Condition. A concise paperback based on maxfield and babbie's best-selling research methods for CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY, this "basics" version combines accessibility and a conversational writing style with Michael G. Bloomsbury Publishing. Anchor Books.

Maxfield's expertise in criminology and criminal justice. In fewer than 400 pages, fourth edition, basics of research methods for criminal justice AND CRIMINOLOGY, introduces students to the core of criminal justice research. The fourth edition includes expanded coverage of qualitative research and interviewing, focus groups in criminological research, and snowball sampling, as well as additional examples of student research.

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