Interspecies Violence and Crimes of Dissent: Communication Ethics and Legitimacy in Message Crimes Involving Wildlife

Interspecies Violence and Crimes of Dissent: Communication Ethics and Legitimacy in Message Crimes Involving Wildlife Abstract In this article, we consider the phenomenon of message crimes involving harm to wildlife…
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Intersectionality, Rural Criminology, and Re-imaging the Boundaries of Critical Criminology

Intersectionality, Rural Criminology, and Re-imaging the Boundaries of Critical Criminology Abstract One of the significant shortcomings of the criminological canon, including its critical strands—feminist, cultural and green—has been its urbancentric…
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The Empire of Scrounge Meets the Warm City: Danger, Civility, Cooperation and Community among Strangers in the Urban Public World

The Empire of Scrounge Meets the Warm City: Danger, Civility, Cooperation and Community among Strangers in the Urban Public World Abstract This article offers alternative views on scrounging—looking through garbage…
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State-Corporate Crime and the Process of Capital Accumulation: Mapping a Global Regime of Permission from Galicia to Morecambe Bay

State-Corporate Crime and the Process of Capital Accumulation: Mapping a Global Regime of Permission from Galicia to Morecambe Bay Abstract This paper seeks to develop the principal concerns of the…
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Weapon-Carrying Among Young Men in Glasgow: Street Scripts and Signals in Uncertain Social Spaces

Weapon-Carrying Among Young Men in Glasgow: Street Scripts and Signals in Uncertain Social Spaces Abstract Our work contributes through a cultural criminological perspective to a contextualised knowledge of street violence…
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Communities at Large : An Archaeological Analysis of the ‘Community’ Within Restorative Justice Policy and Laws

Communities at Large : An Archaeological Analysis of the ‘Community’ Within Restorative Justice Policy and Laws Abstract Within the scholarly literature on restorative justice, the ‘community’, as a distinctive crime stakeholder,…
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