Environmental Criminology: Spatial Analysis and Regional Issues Vol: 20

Liam Leonard
California State University, USA


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787433786
Published:
09 Nov 2017
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
140 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Advances in Sustainability and Environmental Justice
Environmental Criminology: Spatial Analysis and Regional Issues combines various academic perspectives to provide a multi-disciplinary approach to examining environmental criminology. Using sociological, criminological, anthropological, historical and media analysis, this volume examines local and regional issues in crime. The interdisciplinary nature of the collection makes the book ideal for students or researchers who wish to expand their approach to environmental criminology.
1, Framing Injustice in Green Criminology: Activism, Social Movements and Geography; Darren McCauley 
2, Anthropology at the Red-Green Crossroads; Brian McKenna 
3, The Ferguson Shooting, 2014: A Spatial and Media Analysis; Liam J. Leonard 
4, Spatial Patterns of Mass Shootings in the United States, 2013-2014; Dinur Blum and Christian Gonzalez Jaworski 
5, Homeless Demography in Los Angeles County; Hugo Aguas
6, Police Culture, Gender and Crime in the Irish Free State; Michael Keating
7, A Spatial Analysis of Crime: “The Wire” and Depictions of Urban Crime; Shane C. Leonard
8, Towards a Spatial Analysis of Methamphetamine in North America; Kevin Bucciero
Liam Leonard is Lecturer in Sociology & Criminology, California State University, Los Angeles, USA. He has published over 20 books and numerous journal articles, and is Series Editor for both the Ecopolitics and Advances in Sustainability and Environmental Justice book series, as well as Founding Editor of CRIMSOC Journal of Social Criminology. He is former President of the Sociology Association of Ireland and was awarded the Sage Publishing Research Excellence Award in New York as well as the Irish NAIRTL Research & Teaching Award in 2012.

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