Criminologies of the Military

Militarism, National Security and Justice

Ben Wadham (Redaktør) ; Andrew Goldsmith (Redaktør)

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This innovative collection offers one of the first analyses of criminologies of the military from an interdisciplinary perspective.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction
Ben Wadham and Andrew Goldsmith
1. Beyond 'Khaki Collar Crime'
Ross MCGarry and Emma Murray
2. Means of Advancing Militarism: Shock, Ideology and Ethos
Willem de Lint
3. West African Militaries and Organised Crime
Gernot Klantschnig and Neil Carrier
4. Private Military Contractors: A Criminological Approach
Adam White
5. Soldiers as Crime Fighters: The British Army in Post-War Bosnia and Kosovo
Cornelius Friesendorf
6. The Intersection Between International Criminal Law
and National Military/Disciplinary Law
Grant Niemann
7. Techniques of Naturalisation: Crime, Camouflage
and Institutional Accounts of Violence in the Military
Ben Wadham
8. Perverse Penalities: Towards a Penology of the Military
Mark Halsey and Andrew Goldsmith
9. Conduct Unbecoming: Homosex, Discipline and Military Cultures in the Second World War
Yorick Smaal and Graham Willett
10. Framing Criminologies of the Military: An Interdisciplinary and Pedagogic Refl ection
James Sheptycki and David Mutimer

Om forfatteren

Ben Wadham is Associate Professor of Sociology, Flinders University, Australia.

Andrew Goldsmith is Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor of Criminology and Director of the Centre for Crime Policy & Research, Flinders University, Australia.