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Crimes against the environment: July 2014

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Journal articles

  • Deconstructing the poaching phenomenon : a review of typologies for understanding illegal hunting / Erica Von Essen, Hans Peter Hansen, Helena Nordstrom Kallstrom, M Nils Peterson and Tarla Rai Peterson
    British journal of criminology 54(4) Jul 2014: 632-651
  • Fisheries crime : bridging the conceptual gap and practical response / Mary Ann Palma-Robles
    CIMSEC (Center for International Maritime Security). 30 Jul 2014:[8. vi] p
  • Food, animals, and the law : do we have a moral obligation to protect them from the suffering that the law does not? / Susan Arbon and Zach Duncalfe
    Griffith journal of law and human dignity 2(1) 2014: 199-220
  • Of bogus hunters, queenpins and mules : the varied roles of women in transnational organized crime in Southern Africa / Annette Hubschle
    Trends in organized crime 17(1/2) Jun 2014: 31-51
  • Western and Central Pacific Ocean fisheries and the opportunities for transnational organised crime : Monitoring, Control and Surveillance (MCS) Operation Kurukuru / Joe McNulty
    Australian journal of maritime and ocean affairs 2013(5) 4: 145-152