Demystifying Modern Slavery
Redefining Murder, Transforming Emotion An Exploration of Forgiveness after Loss Due to Homicide
Gendered Responses to Male Offending in Barbados Patriarchal Perceptions and Their Effect on Offender Treatment
A Criminological Biography of an Arms Dealer
By Rose Broad, David Gadd
November 11, 2022
Who are the perpetrators of modern slavery? Why do they exploit others and what might be done to stop exploitation recurring? These are the questions answered in this book. Reporting on the first primary study of modern slavery offenders, the book depicts the findings of in-depth interviews with ...
By Alison Gerard, Andrew McGrath, Emma Colvin, Annette Gainsford
November 02, 2022
The historical context of colonisation situates the analysis in Children, Care and Crime of the involvement of children with care experience in the criminal justice system in an Australian jurisdiction (New South Wales), focusing on residential care, policing, the provision of legal services, and ...
By Joshua G. Stuart-Benett
October 25, 2022
Motherhood, Respectability & Baby-Farming in Victorian & Edwardian London explores the largely obscured marketplace of motherhood that provided ways for women to manage the stigma of illegitimacy and their respectable identities within Victorian and Edwardian society. It focuses on the ...
By David Wästerfors
September 06, 2022
This book examines how the concept of violence has been interpreted, used, defined and explored by social researchers and thinkers. It does not provide a final answer to the question of what violence is or how it should be explained (or prevented), and instead offers a variety of useful ways of ...
By Gemma Hamilton, Patrick Tidmarsh
September 02, 2022
Often examined separately, this timely volume provides a detailed exploration of the nexus between family violence and sexual offending. Recognising family and sexual violence as highly interrelated issues, it uncovers the challenges and paradoxes of addressing them as separate versus coinciding ...
By Stephanie Kewley, Sarah Pemberton, Mohammed Rahman
May 30, 2022
Preventing Sexual Harm provides an overview of current criminal justice strategies for tackling sexual violence, and highlights existing positive criminological approaches that could help prevent sexual abuse and harm. Sexual violence is a complex, multi-faceted crime. Its causes and consequences...
By Kristen Lee Discola
May 30, 2022
Offering insights based on years of original research, Redefining Murder, Transforming Emotion: An Exploration of Forgiveness after Loss Due to Homicide investigates the ideas and experiences of individuals who have lost loved ones to homicide (co-victims) in order to advance our understanding of ...
By Vania Ceccato, Mahesh K. Nalla
May 06, 2022
The Open Access version of this book, available at https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/9780429352775 has been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 license. No city environment reflects the meaning of urban life better than a public place. A public ...
By Corin Bailey
May 06, 2022
It is generally accepted that men commit more crimes than women. The widespread acceptance of this view is based primarily on the number of convictions with most jurisdictions reporting considerably fewer incarcerated women/girls than men/boys. This manuscript argues however that decisions made by ...
By Tine Munk
March 24, 2022
This book outlines the complexity in understanding different forms of cyber attacks, the actors involved, and their motivations. It explores the key challenges in investigating and prosecuting politically motivated cyber attacks, the lack of consistency within regulatory frameworks, and the grey ...
By Yarin Eski
January 31, 2022
For many, the arms trade and its dealers are the root cause of regional wars and global terrorism. In both public and academic debates, arms dealers are considered immoral as they profit from conflict, due to their key position in the international arms trading business. Nevertheless, there seems ...
By Saul Schwartz
December 31, 2021
This edited collection brings together essays that explore personal debts to government. Intensive collection efforts by governments in need of revenue often cause hardship, whether it is the poor in the United States going to jail because of unpaid fines, low-income English people being evicted ...