Global criminology is an emerging field covering international and transnational crimes that have not traditionally been the focus of mainstream criminology or criminal justice. Global Criminology: Crime and Victimization in a Globalized Era is a collection of rigorously peer-reviewed papers presented at the First International Conference of the So
Terrorism. How Nonstate Are Terrorist Groups in Pakistan? Analysis of State Responsibilities and Accountability. Sea (Maritime) Piracy in the Southern African Development Community Region. The Responsibility to Protect from Terror: Putting an End to Unilateral Misuse of the Precautionary Principle. Terrorist Financing in Southern Africa: African Commitment to Combating Terrorism. Cyber Crimes and Victimization. Use of Electronic Evidence in South African Law: Embracing Technical Change. Hacking and Fraud: Qualitative Analysis of Online Offending and Victimization. Cyber Victimization in India: Preliminary Study. Arabic Muslim Hackers: Who Are They and What Is Their Relationship with Islamic Jihadists and Terrorists?. Sexual Harassment over Cell Phones: A Survey of Women in Dhaka City. Marginality and Social Exclusion. Community Reentry from Jail for Mentally Ill Offenders: Challenges of Program Implementation. Locked In and Locked Out: Global Feminist Perspectives on Women and Imprisonment. Criminalization of Beggary: A Critical Look at the Indian Legal Approach. It Is Crime, Not Racism: Victimization of Indian Students in Australia. Forced Displacement and Its Implications for Youths� Distress and Posttraumatic Growth. Theoretical and Practical Models of Criminal Victimization. Forced Marriages, Bride Price, Levirate, and Domestic Violence: Victimization of Women and Struggles for Justice and Equity in Selected African Countries. Beguiling Eve and Her Innocent Counterpart: Victim-Offender Identities in the Criminal Justice Process. Extending the Logic of Functional Explanations: A Theoretical Model to Explain the Victimization Process during an Indian Witch Hunt. From Criminal Spin to Positive Criminology. Intimate Partner Violence Victimization: Perspectives from Spouses of Alcohol Dependents.