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Macmillan Higher Education

Exploring Green Crime

Introducing the Legal, Social and Criminological Contexts of Environmental Harm

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Palgrave

Pages: 296
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Paperback - 9781137310217

25 March 2015

$49.99

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Ebook - 9781137310231

16 September 2017

$49.99

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Hardcover - 9781137310224

25 March 2015

$119.00

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This critical and cutting edge introduction to the key debates in green criminology shows readers how to approach environmental harm with a questioning mindset and demonstrates the contribution of criminologists towards...

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This critical and cutting edge introduction to the key debates in green criminology shows readers how to approach environmental harm with a questioning mindset and demonstrates the contribution of criminologists towards solving global environmental concerns in the 21st century.

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Hot topic at the cutting edge of criminology teaching and research
Has international appeal to a growing number of courses
Written by an internationally renowned author in this field
Interdisciplinary approach to suit wide range of course

1. What is 'Green Criminology' and why study it?.- 2. Environmental Degradation, Social Change and Crime.- 3. Environmental 'Crime': Conceptions, Limiations and Alternatives.- 4. The Corpotation and Environmental Harms.- 5. The State and the Environment: Crime, Harm and Responsibility.- 6. Responding to Environmental Harm: Policing, Enforcement and Sentencing.- 7. Environmental Victimisation.- 8. Exploring Environmental Rights.- 9. Exploring Green Crime and Wider Harms with Criminology.
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Matthew Hall is Professor of Law and Criminal Justice and Head of Research for the Law School at the University of Lincoln, UK. He has pioneered research on environmental victimisation and the application of environmental justice principles in the criminal justice system at both national and international levels.

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Matthew Hall is Professor of Law and Criminal Justice and Head of Research for the Law School at the University of Lincoln, UK. He has pioneered research on environmental victimisation and the application of environmental justice principles in the criminal justice system at both national and international levels.

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