[edited] by Liam Leonard
United Kingdom ; North America ; Japan ; India ; Malaysia ; China : Emerald, 2018.
- x, 146 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
- Using sociological, criminological, anthropological, historical and media analysis, this multi-disciplinary volume examines local and regional issues in environmental criminology.
- "Environmental Criminology: Spatial Analysis and Regional Issues combines various academic perspectives to allow a multi-disciplinary approach to examining environmental criminology. Using sociological, criminological, anthropological, historical and media analysis, the book 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."--
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Framing injustice in green criminology : activism, social movements and geography / Darren McCauley -- Anthropology at the red-green crossroads / Brian McKenna -- The Ferguson shooting, 2014 : a spatial and media analysis / Liam Leonard -- Spatial patterns of mass shootings in the United States, 2013-2014 / Dinur Blum, Christian Gonzalez Jaworski -- Homeless demography in Los Angeles County / Hugo Aguas -- Police culture, gender and crime in the Irish Free State / Anthony Keating -- A spatial analysis of crime : 'The Wire' and depictions of urban crime / Shane Leonard -- Toward a spatial analysis of methamphetamine in North America / Kevin Bucciero
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