Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2014.
xvi, 354 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction:An interdisciplinary criminology of international criminal law /Ilias Bantekas Criminological theory and international crimes : examining the potential /Andy Aitchison The relevance and application of empirical research methods to the study of international crimes /Emmanouela Mylonaki Understanding and responding to state crime : a criminological perspective /Kristian Lasslett Investigating complex crime /Jonathan Rusch Evidence in cases of mass criminality /Dermot Groome Eyewitness psychology in the context of international criminal law /Andrew Smith, Roderick Lindsay and Brian Cutler The role of information systems in the prevention and detection of transnational and international crime /Dionysios Demetis Using the macro-micro integrated theoretical model to understand the dynamics of collective violence /Olaoluwa Olusanya The anthropological dimension of international crimes and international criminal justice /Ilias Bantekas Mental health and international crimes /Henrik Anckarsäter, Tova Bennet, Thomas Nilsson and Susanna Radovic Understanding collective violence : the communicative and performative qualities of violence in acts of belonging /Jeffrey Stevenson Murer Defining victims : a proposed typology for victims of war crimes and their need for reparation /Jo-Anne M. Wemmers and Amissi Manirabona.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.