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Moral Panics and

Deviancy Amplification

In a globalised world, are the concepts of Moral Panics and Deviancy Amplification still useful at A-level?

New Technologies and Crime

How do technological developments change the nature of crime and criminal behaviour?

Green Crime and Criminology

Dr. Gary Potter outlines what sociologists mean by "green crime" and "green criminology"

The Social Construction of Green Crime

Dr. Gary Potter gives a short explanation of  how green crime is socially constructed.

Primary and Secondary

Green Crime

Dr. Gary Potter explains the distinction between different types of green crime.

Crime, Consumption and Harm

Dr. Matt Follet outines the relationship between consumption practices and the idea of environmental harm.

Risk Society

Professor Brian Wynne provides an overview of of the concept of risk society and how it is related to crime in contemporary societies.

State Crime

Professor Sandra Walklate outlines and examples the concept of state crime.

Organised Crime

James Treadwell on different types of organised crime.

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Crime Channel: Globalisation

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