By V. Ruggiero
The recent ecu Criminology gathers jointly major criminologists from everywhere Europe to think about crime and responses to crime inside of and throughout nationwide borders. For the 1st time it permits scholars to adventure the main intriguing paintings in ecu criminology and to match techniques to crime in several components of Europe. The 5 sections of the booklet examine: * the results of ecu harmonisation on crime * legal justice, legislations enforcement and penal reform * organised crime, from the Mafia in Italy to drug working within the Balkans * neighborhood crime in overseas contexts * attainable destiny instructions for criminology and a few feedback for a brand new criminology of struggle.
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Ruggiero, V. (1996c), ‘France: Corruption as Resentment’, in Levi, M. and Nelken, D. (eds), The Corruption of Politics and the Politics of Corruption, Oxford: Blackwell. Ruggiero, V. (1997a), ‘Trafficking in Human Beings. Slaves in Contemporary Europe’, The International Journal of Sociology of Law, 25(3): 231–44. Ruggiero, V. (1997b), ‘Criminals and Service Providers. Cross-National Dirty Economies’, Crime, Law and Social Change, 28(1): 27–38. Ruggiero, V. and South, N. (1995), Eurodrugs. Drug Use, Markets and Trafficking in Europe, London: UCL Press.