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Overview

The study of international crimes â?” such as war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide â?” deserves to grow into a separate and fully fledged specialization within criminology, called supranational criminology. Supranational criminology entails the study of international crimes, behavior that shows affinity with these crimes, the causes and the situations in which they are committed, as well as interventions and their effectiveness. What exactly entails supranational criminology? What are international crimes? Should other forms of behavior also be qualified as international crimes? What are the specific characteristics of international crimes as forms of state sponsored or state facilitated crimes? Explanatory theories have to be developed which can be translated into testable hypotheses. Which theories from mainstream criminology can provide answers for the prevalence or causes of international crimes? Have the international courts and tribunals succeeded in their aim? This book repairs the fundamental and historical neglect of criminology and breaks out of a state of denial by putting international crimes on the criminological agenda.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789050957915
  • Publisher: Intersentia
  • Publication date: 5/29/2008
  • Pages: 593

Table of Contents

I Criminology in a State of Denial - Towards a Criminology of International Crimes: Supranational Criminology Roelof Haveman Haveman, Roelof Alette Smeulers Smeulers, Alette 3

Pt. I Define and Conceptualize International Crimes and State Crime

II Towards a Criminology of International Crimes: Producing a Conceptual and Contextual Framework David O. Friedrichs Friedrichs, David O. 29

III Towards an Integrative Study of International Crimes and State-Corporate Criminality: A Reciprocal Approach to Gross Human Rights Violations Gregg Barak Barak, Gregg 51

Pt. II Measure and Map International Crimes: Research Methodology

IV Missing Pieces. Some Thoughts on the Methodology of the Empirical Study of International Crimes and Other Gross Human Rights Violations Catrien Bijleveld Bijleveld, Catrien 77

V The Unaccountable Genocide. A Case Study of the Roles of the U.S. State Department and U.S. Government Accountability Office in Calculating the Darfur Death Toll John Hagan Hagan, John 99

Pt. III Investigate the Causes of International Crimes

VI Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity in Central Africa: A Criminological Exploration Dawn L. Rothe Rothe, Dawn L. Christopher W. Mullins Mullins, Christopher W. 135

VII State Crime, the Colonial Question and Indigenous Peoples Chris Cunneen Cunneen, Chris 159

VIII Corporations and International Crimes Wim Huisman Huisman, Wim 181

IX Destructive Beliefs: Genocide and the Role of Ideology Alex Alvarez Alvarez, Alex 213

X Perpetrators of International Crimes: Towards a Typology Alette Smeulers Smeulers, Alette 233

XI A Sociology of Torture Martha K. Huggins Huggins, Martha K. 267

XIIMilitarizing Power in the War on Terror: Unlawful Enemy Combatants and the Military Commissions Act Michael Welch Welch, Michael 293

Pt. IV Define and Analyze Ways of Dealing with International Crimes

XIII Dealing with International Crimes: Towards a Conceptual Model of Accountability and Justice Jennifer Balint Balint, Jennifer 311

XIV Dealing with the Legacy of Mass Violence: Changing Lenses to Restorative Justice Stephan Parmentier Parmentier, Stephan Kris Vanspauwen Vanspauwen, Kris Elmar Weitekamp Weitekamp, Elmar 335

XV Doing Justice to Gacaca Roelof Haveman Haveman, Roelof 357

XVI 'Reason' and 'Truth' in International Criminal Justice - A Criminological Perspective on the Construction of Evidence in International Trials Uwe Ewald Ewald, Uwe 399

Pt. V Victimology

XVII Victimisation and Supranational Criminology David Kauzlarich Kauzlarich, David 435

Pt. VI Develop Preventive Strategies in Order to Prevent International Crimes

XVIII The Role of Bystanders in Rwanda and Srebrenica: Lessons Learned Fred Grunfeld Grunfeld, Fred 457

XIX International Crimes and Criminology: An Agenda for Future Research Alette Smeulers Smeulers, Alette Roelof Haveman Haveman, Roelof 487

Bibliography 513

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