In An introduction to political crime, Jeffrey Ian Ross provides the most comprehensive and contemporary analysis of political crime addressing both violent and nonviolent crimes committed by and against the state (e.g. political corruption, illegal domestic surveillance, and human rights violations) in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and other advanced industrialized democracies since the 1960s. Written by a respected social scientist, this book reviews appropriate theories of political crime and explains numerous definitional and conceptual issues, causes of political crimes, ways to control it, and effects of different types of political crime. Ross integrates new scholarship on state crime, and post 9/11 developments in both scholarship and current affairs and uses numerous examples to help readers understand the issues. The book is supported by a companion website, containing additional materials for both students and lecturers, which is available from the link above.The subject of street crime dominates the material that the typical undergraduate learns in the average US university department of criminology/criminal justice ( Rothe and Ross, 2008).Moreover, withthe increase inthe number of PhD programsanbsp;...
|Title||:||An introduction to political crime|
|Author||:||Ross, Jeffrey Ian|
|Publisher||:||Policy Press - 2012-04-27|