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‘The Wire’ constitutes an important cultural paradigm of drug policy debates

‘No one wins. One side just loses more slowly’: The Wire and drug policy From Theoretical Criminology Recent years have seen the significant growth of criminological interest in various forms of media and their symbolic and textual meanings. Since television … Continue reading

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The mutual benefits of green-cultural criminology

A green-cultural criminology: An exploratory outline From Crime Media Culture “Green criminology” is concerned with crimes and harms affecting the natural environment, the planet, and the associated impacts on human and non-human life. Within the last two decades, “green criminology” … Continue reading

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