The book presents discussions of the application of Stan Cohen's theories alongside empirical contributions in the fields of critical and green criminology. Taken together, the authors critically address harms and crimes against the environment, as well as against human and nonhuman victims.
Ragnhild Aslaug Sollund is Professor in criminology at the Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law, University of Oslo, Norway.
1. Introduction: Critical, Green Criminology - an Agenda for Change; Ragnhild Aslaug Sollund 2. State-Corporate Environmental Harms and Paradoxical Interventions: Thoughts in Honour of Stanley Cohen; Avi Brisman and Nigel South 3. Looking into the Abyss: Bangladesh, Critical Criminology and Globalisation; Wayne Morrison 4. A Critical Gaze on Environmental Victimization; Lorenzo Natali 5. 'Creative Destruction' and the Economy of Waste; Vincenzo Ruggiero 6. Agribusiness, Governments and Food Crime: A Critical Perspective; Allison Gray and Ron Hinch 7. Anthropogenic Development Drives Species to be Endangered: Capitalism and the Decline of Species; Michael J. Lynch, Michael A. Long and Paul B. Stretesky 8. The Illegal Wildlife Trade from a Norwegian Outlook: Tendencies in Practices and Law Enforcement; Ragnhild Sollund 9. Denying the Harms of Animal Abductions for Biomedical Research; David Rodríguez Goyes 10. A Systems Thinking Perspective on the Motivations and Mechanisms Driving Wildlife Poaching; Joanna F. Hill 11. 'Now You See Me, Now You Don't' - about the Selective Permissiveness of Synoptic Exposure and its Impact; Andrea Beckmann 12. The Occupy movement Vs. Capitalist Realism: Seeking Extraordinary Transformations in Consciousness; Samantha Fletcher 13. Refugee Protests and Political Agency: Framing Dissensus through Precarity; Katrin Kremmel and Brunilda Pali