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Human rights and crimes of the state: The Culture of denial.

Publication Type: Book

Source(s): Criminological Perspectives: Essential Readings; 2003, p542-560, 19p

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Abstract: The article focuses on the human rights and crimes of the state. It would be ludicrous to claim that Western criminology over the past decades has completely ignored the subject of state crime or the broader discourse of human rights. The subject has o...

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POSTSCRIPT: THE PECULIAR PRESENT OF AMERICAN CAPITAL PUNISHMENT.

Publication Type: Book

Source(s): Beyond Repair?: America's Death Penalty; 2003, p212-229, 18p, 1 Chart, 2 Graphs

Abstract: This chapter discusses the character of capital punishment in the U.S. The factor that separates the country from every other nation that executes regularly is the long-standing commitment in the U.S. to due process protections in criminal trials and p...

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Chapter 17: A GRIM PENAL OUTLOOK.

Publication Type: Book

Source(s): Adventures in Criminology; 1998, p426-439, 14p

Abstract: The article presents the author's views on criminal justice in various parts of the world. In many parts of the world, including parts of Europe, the system of criminal justice is amorphous, disjointed and stagnant. In many countries it is torn by chro...

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Chapter 27: CORPORATE AND STATE CRIMES AGAINST THE ENVIRONMENT.

Publication Type: Book

Source(s): New European Criminology; 1998, p443-461, 19p

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Abstract: The article argues that negligence, violations and crimes for which corporations and states are responsible have led to great increase in pollution-related health harms and threats to the very sustainability of the planet, and criminology should take t...

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CHAPTER XIII: THE HEART OF A FATHER.

Publication Type: Primary Source

Source(s): Mary Gray; 1/ 1/1909, p55-59, 5p

Abstract: Chapter 13 of the book "Mary Gray" is presented. It explores the feelings of General Drummond towards his sister-in-law where he and her daughter Nelly had hardly ever had a thought of certain affection grew up on Nelly's part for Lady Drummond. It cit...

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