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50 Brit. J. Criminology [i] (2010)

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British Journal of Criminology
Volume 50 Number 1 January 2010
Functional Fear and Public Insecurities About Crime
JonathanJackson and Emily Gray 1
The Governance of Securities: Ponzi Finance, Regulatory Convergence, Credit Crunch
Nicholas Dorn 23
A Deadly Consensus: Worker Safety and Regulatory Degradation under New Labour
Steve Tombs and David Whyte 46
The Impact of Co-Offending
Martin A. Andresen and Marcus Felson 66
Understanding Illicit Drug Markets in Australia: Notes towards a Critical Reconceptualization
Robyn Dwyer and David Moore 82 -
Criminal Trajectories in Organized Crime
M. Vere van Koppen, ChristianneJ de Poot, Edward R. Kleemans and Paul Nieuwbeerta 102
Introducing Conservation Criminology: Towards Interdisciplinary Scholarship
on Environmental Crimes and Risks
Carole Gibbs, Meredith L. Gore, Edmund F McGarrell and Louie Rivers III 124
Ciminalising Social Policy: Anti-Social Behaviour and Welfare in a De-Civilised Society byJ. J. Rodger
Rod Morgan 145
Prevention and Youth Crime: Is Early Intervention Working? edited by M. Blyth and E. Solomon
Laura Kelly 147
Controlling Crime, Controlling Society: Thinking About Crime in Europe and America, by Dario Melossi
Barbara Hudson 150
The New International Policing, by B. K Greener
Randy Lippert 153
La Mafia Devota: Chiesa, Religione, Cosa Nostra, by Alessandra Dino
Vincenzo Ruggiero 156
The Hounding ofDavid Oluwale, by K Aspden
Joe Sim 158
Existentialist Criminology, edited by Ronnie Lippens and Don Crewe
Kevin Stenson 161

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