Quantitative studies in green and conservation criminology: the measurement of environmental harm and crime

Foreword : quantitative studies in green and conservation criminology / Ronald V. Clarke -- Why quantitative studies matter in green and conservation criminology / Michael J. Lynch and Stephen F. Pires -- The branches of green criminology : a bibliometric citation analysis 2000-2017 / Ryan Thomson,...

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Other Authors: Lynch, Michael J. (Editor); Pires, Stephen F.
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: London New York Routledge 2019
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Summary:Foreword : quantitative studies in green and conservation criminology / Ronald V. Clarke -- Why quantitative studies matter in green and conservation criminology / Michael J. Lynch and Stephen F. Pires -- The branches of green criminology : a bibliometric citation analysis 2000-2017 / Ryan Thomson, Tameka Samuels-Jones, and Liam Downs -- Quantitative studies in green and conservation criminology : a literature review / Michael J. Lynch, Paul B. Stretesky, Michael A. Long and Kimberly L. Barrett -- An agenda for criminological investigation of crimes impacting primates / Lauren Wilson and Justin Kurland -- Structural and geographic features of illegal urban bushmeat trafficking / Jessica Kahler, Rachel Boratto, Liliana Vanegas, Michelle Wieland, and Meredith Gore -- Human-wildlife competition : the role of human activities, environmental transformation, and water scarcity in explaining mammalian species loss / Kwan-Lamar Blount-Hill and Mangai Natarajan -- Comparing and contrasting wildlife seizures made at eu and us entry points / Daan P. V. Uhm, Stephen F. Pires, Monique Sosnowski, and Gohar Petrossian -- Examining factors predicting the use of wildlife killing by the US Fish and Wildlife Service across states / Leo Genco -- The ten-year (1999-2008) trend in hazardous waste violations and punishments in the united state from US EPA resource conservation recovery act data / Michael J. Lynch -- Waste crimes in italy: an empirical exploration of their geographic distribution / Daniela Andreatta -- Longitudinal methods for analyzing green crime / Michael A. Long, Paul B. Stretesky, and Kimberly L. Barrett -- No longer victorian children : understanding green victimization through an analysis of victim impact statements / Joshua Ozymy and Melissa Jarrell.
Physical Description:xiii, 236 Seiten Illustrationen
ISBN:9781138319424