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War Crimes Trials in Popular Culture: The Afterlife of Nuremberg  

Valerie Hartouni

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Apr 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Crime, Media, and Popular Culture
How do we account for the place that the Nuremberg trials have come to occupy in American popular memory, culture, and discourse? For some observers, the Nuremberg trials, conducted at the ... More

White-Collar Delinquency  

Andrea Schoepfer

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Aug 2018
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Juvenile Justice, White Collar Crime
Studies of white-collar crime have largely focused on the crimes and immoral and unethical actions of adults during the course of their legitimate occupations, yet adults are not the only ... More

Wildlife Crime  

Rachel Boratto and Carole Gibbs

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Sep 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
White Collar Crime
Wildlife crime is an area of study typically defined from a legalistic perspective as an act in contravention of laws protecting wildlife. These crimes occur both within and across national ... More

Witnessing and Victimhood  

Sandra Walklate

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Feb 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Crime, Media, and Popular Culture
It is without doubt that the 21st century is marked by ever-present 24-hour media. Mobile phones, iPads, and Wi-Fi networks mean that many people in many different parts of the world are ... More

Women and White-Collar Crime  

Mary Dodge

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Feb 2019
Women and white-collar crime is a topic that has, overall, received little attention in the literature. Initially, women were omitted from discussion and research because of their lack of ... More

Worker Health and Safety  

Steven Tombs and David Whyte

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Mar 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
White Collar Crime
From the best estimates we have, workers die as a result of health and safety crimes at perhaps 70 times the rate of people who are murdered and perhaps 15 times the rate of people killed ... More

Wound Culture  

Mark Seltzer

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Apr 2017
Oxford Research Encyclopedia:
Crime, Media, and Popular Culture
The concept of a “wound culture” was introduced, in the later 1990s, to provide an alternative description of contemporary society, and, more exactly, to set out an alternative account of ... More

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