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Jeffrey Ian Ross
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In The Dynamics of Political Crime, Jeffrey Ian Ross provides the most comprehensive and contemporary discussion of the phenomenon of political crime -- crimes committed both "by" and "against" the state -- in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom during the past three decades.
Ross discusses both violent and nonviolent oppositional crimes, as well as state crimes such political corruption, illegal domestic surveillance, and human rights violations. Written by a recognized critical criminologist, this volume develops a new theory of political crime and thoroughly reviews definitional and conceptual issues, causes of political crimes, and ways to control it, and effects of different types of political crime.
Recommended for both scholarly and classroom use at either the upper-division undergraduate or graduate levels.
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