"First published 2014 by Ashgate Publishing"--t.p. verso.
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1. Toward a green criminology revolution 2. Defining the parameters of the problem 3. Science and a green frame of reference 4. Toward a typoloty of green criminology 5. Green victimology 6. Green behaviorism : the effects of environmental toxins on criminal behavior 7. The life course trajectories of chemical pollutants 8. Green criminology and the treadmill of production : a political economy of environmental harm 9. A green criminology approach to social disorganization 10. The end of crime, or the end of old-fashioned criminology?