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SLSP3211
Module Reading List

State Crime and Immorality, 2017/18, Semester 2
Simon Prideaux
s.j.prideaux@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

General Text:

· Monaghan, M. and Prideaux, S. (2016) State crime and immorality : the corrupting influence of the powerful, Bristol: Policy Press

Teaching Week 1: Introduction and Welcome to the Module

Other readings for the week and the module as a whole include:

 

Teaching Week 2: Crimes of the Powerful: Their Nature and Control (Corporate Crime)

 

 

Teaching Week 3: Crimes of the Powerful Case Study: The Murdoch Empire -

 

Teaching Week 4: Organised Crime: Its Nature and Control -

 

Teaching Week 5: Organised Crime Case Study: Global Drug Trafficking

Teaching Week 6: Health Crimes: Healthcare Staff and Institutions

 

 

· Van Stolk, C. and Tesliuc, E. (2010) Toolkit on Tackling Error, Fraud and Corruption in Social Protection Programs. Washington, The World Bank. http://siteresources.worldbank.org/SOCIALPROTECTION/Resources/SP-Discussion-papers/Safety-Nets-DP/1002.pdf

 

Teaching Week 7: Global Health, Global Crimes (Dr Ana Manzano)

 

Teaching Week 8: State Crime from Above: It’s Nature and Control

 

Teaching Week 9: State Crime From Above Case Study: Violence in Yorkshire - The Miners Strikes of the 1980s

 

 

Teaching Week 10: Political Violence From Below: Its Nature and Control (references to terrorism)

 

  • Dishman, C. (2005) 'The Leaderless Nexus: When Crime and Terror Converge', Studies in conflict and terrorism., 28 (4) 237-52
  • Grabosky, P. and Stohl, M. (2010) Crime and Terrorism, London: Sage

· Hutchinson, S. and O'Malley, P. (2007) 'A Crime-Terror Nexus? Thinking on Some of the Links Between Terrorism and Criminality', Studies in conflict and terrorism., 30 (12) 1095-1107

Teaching Week 11: Violence in Northern Ireland, Collusion and the Paramilitaries

    This list was last updated on 26/01/2016