Szerkesztő(k): Sophie Body-Gendrot, Mike Hough, Klára Kerezsi, René Lévy and Sonja Snacken
Kiadás helye: New York
Kiadás éve: 2014
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This new book brings together some of the leading criminologists across Europe, to showcase the best of European criminology. The Handbook aims to reflect the range and depth of current work in Europe, and to counterbalance the impact of the – sometimes insular and ethnocentric – Anglo-American criminological tradition. The end-product is a collection of twenty-eight chapters illustrating a truly comparative and interdisciplinary European criminology.
The editors have assembled a cast of leading voices to reflect on differences and commonalities, elaborate on theoretically grounded comparisons and reflect on emerging themes in criminology in Europe. After the editors’ introduction, the book is organised into the three parts:
• five chapters offering historical, theoretical and policy-oriented overviews of European issues in crime and crime control,
• seven chapters looking at different dimensions of crime in Europe, including crime trends, state crime, gender and crime and urban safety,
• fifteen chapters examining the variety of institutional responses, exploring issues such as policing, juvenile justice, punishment, sentencing, trust in justice, media and crime, drugs, terrorism, immigration and data-processing.
This book gives some indication of the richness and scope of the emerging comparative European criminology. It will be required reading for anyone who wants to understand trends in crime and its control across Europe. It will be a valuable teaching resource, especially at postgraduate level, as well as an important reference point for researchers and scholars of criminology across Europe.
Sophie Body-Gendrot is Professor Emeritus at University Paris-Sorbonne and a researcher at the Centre de Recherches Sociologiques sur le Droit et les Institutions Pénales (CESDIP–CNRS–French Ministry of Justice).
Mike Hough is Professor of Criminal Policy, and Director of the Institute for Criminal Policy Research at Birkbeck College, London, UK.
Klára Kerezsi is Senior Advisor and Senior Researcher at the National Institute of Criminology and Associate Professor at ELTE University, Hungary.
René Levy is Senior Researcher Director at CNRS, France, and Director of the Groupe Européen de Recherches sur les Normativités (GERN).
Sonja Snacken is Professor of Criminology at the Free University, Brussels.
European issues on crime and crime control 21
2 Globalisation and criminal justice trends in Italy 23
3 A history of crime and criminal justice in Europe 38
4 Is there such a thing as a European crime control policy? 55
5 Surveys on victimisation and insecurity in Europe: some issues 74
6 Criminal law and human rights: A paradoxical relationship 91
Françoise Tulkens and Michel van de Kerchove
Variations in crime: description and explanations 107
7 It is not just the economy: towards an alternative explanation of post-World War II crime trends in Western world 109
Jan van Dijk
8 State crime: the European experience 125
9 Organised and transnational crime in Europe 154
10 Collective criminalization of the Roma in Central and Eastern Europe: social causes, circumstances, consequences 168
Margit Feischmidt, Kristóf Szombati and Péter Szuhay
11 Gender and crime in Europe 188
Loraine Gelsthorpe and Elena Larrauri
12 The informal economy in Europe 204
Dominique Boels, Antoinette Verhage and Paul Ponsaers
13 Place, space and urban (in)security 222
Variations in institutional responses and possible explanations 241
14 Trust in justice and the legitimacy of legal authorities: topline findings from a European comparative study 243
Mike Hough, Jonathan Jackson and Ben Bradford
15 Media and crime: a comparative analysis of crime news in the UK, Norway and Italy 266
Rinella Cere, Yvonne Jewkes and Thomas Ugelvik
16 Political economy and penal systems 280
Michael Cavadino and James Dignan
17 Imprisonment and penal demands: exploring the dimensions and drivers of systemic and attitudinal punitivity 295
18 Changes in criminal law in German late modernity 337
Fritz Sack and Christina Schlepper
19 Police and policing in Europe: centralization, pluralisation, Europeanization 353
20 Crime prevention and public safety in Europe: challenges for comparative criminology 368
Adam Edwards, Gordon Hughes and Nicholas Lord
21 European sentencing practices 385
Sonja Snacken, Dirk van Zyl Smit and Kristel Beyens
22 Community sanctions 409
23 Prisons and punishment in Europe 422
Sonja Snacken, Aline Bauwens, Dirk van Zyl Smit, Hanne Tournel and Rudy Machiels
24 Juvenile justice in Europe: between continuity and change 453
Francis Bailleau and Yves Cartuyvels
25 Drugs legislation: European drug policies or drug policies in Europe? 470
26 The terrorist threat before and after 9/11: what has changed in Europe 485
27 The borders of the European Union and the processes of criminalization of migrants 499
28 Practices and modes of transatlantic data-processing: from sorting countries to sorting individuals? 514
Rocco Bellanova and Paul De Hert