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1. Aßländer Michael Stefan,; Hudson Sarah (eds.): The handbook of business and corruption. Cross-sectoral experiences. – Bingley: Emerald, 2017. – 551 pp. – isbn: 978-1-78635-446-4 – (Emerald handbooks in business and management).
2. Brisman Avi,; Carrabine Eamonn,; South Nigel (eds.): The Routledge companion to criminological theory and concepts. – London et al.: Routledge, 2017. – 573 pp. – isbn: 978-1-138-81899-6 – isbn: 978-1-138-81900-9.
3. Brown Michelle,; Carrabine Eamonn (eds.): Routledge international handbook of visual criminology. – London et al.: Routledge, 2017. – 578 pp. – isbn: 978-1-138-88863-0 – (Routledge international handbooks).
4. Dawson Myrna (ed.): Domestic homicides and death reviews. An international perspective. – London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. – 408 pp. – isbn: 978-1-137-56275-3.
5. Farrell Michael: Criminology of homicidal poisoning. Offenders, victims and detection. – Cham: Springer, 2017. – 209 pp. – isbn: 978-3-319-59116-2.
6. Frailing Kelly,; Harper Dee Wood: Toward a criminology of disaster. What we know and what we need to find out. – Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. – 224 pp. – isbn: 978-1-137-46913-7 – (Disaster studies).
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8. Martellozzo Elena,; Jane Emma A.: Cybercrime and its victims. – London et al.: Routledge, 2017. – 233 pp. – isbn: 978-1-138-63944-7 – (Routledge studies in crime and society; 30).
9. Muravyeva Marianna Georgievna,; Toivo Raisa Maria (eds.): Parricide and violence against parents throughout history. (De)constructing family and authority?London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. – 267 pp. – isbn: 978-1-349-94996-0 – (World histories of crime, culture and violence).
10. Pali Brunilda,; Aertsen Ivo (eds.): Restoring justice and security in intercultural Europe. – London et al.: Routledge, 2018. – 233 pp. – isbn: 978-1-138-12093-8 – (Routledge frontiers of criminal justice; 48).
11. Smith Peter Scharff,; Ugelvik Thomas (eds.): Scandinavian penal history, culture and prison practice. Embraced by the welfare state?London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. – 540 pp. – isbn: 978-1-137-58528-8 – (Palgrave studies in prisons and penology).
12. Strémy Tomás (ed.): Restoratívna justícia a systém alternatívnych trestov. Zborník príspevkov z medzinárodnej konferencie, máj 2017. – Praha: Leges, 2017. – 508 pp. – isbn: 978-80-7502-224-0 – (Teoretik).
13. Walklate Sandra (ed.): Handbook on victims and victimology. – 2. ed. – Abingdon et al.: Routledge, 2018. – 393 pp. – isbn: 978-1-138-88945-3.
14. Woodiwiss Michael: Double crossed. The failure of organized crime control. – London: PlutoPress, 2017. – 286 pp. – isbn: 978-0-7453-3202-4 – isbn: 978-0-7453-3201-7.
15. Decorte Tom,; Grauwe Paul de,; Tytgat Jan: Le cannabis sous contrôle. Comment?Louvain: LannooCampus, 2017. – 151 pp. – isbn: 978-94-014-4201-5.
16. Delage Pauline: Violences conjugales. Du combat féministe à la cause publique. – Paris: SciencesPo, 2017. – 262 pp. – isbn: 978-2-7246-2035-1 – (Domaine genre).
17. Milhaud Olivier: Séparer et punir. Une géographie des prisons françaises. – Paris: cnrs éd., 2017. – 320 pp. – isbn: 978-2-271-07391-4 – (Espaces et milieux).
18. Dollinger Bernd,; Schmidt-Semisch Henning (eds.): Handbuch Jugendkriminalität. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven. – 3. ed. – Wiesbaden: Springer vs, 2018. – 806 pp. – isbn: 978-3-531-19952-8 – (Handbuch).
19. Freiheit Manuela et al.: Mehrfachtäterschaft im Jugendalter. Soziale Hintergründe und Verläufe wiederholter Delinquenz. – Wiesbaden: Springer, 2018. – 235 pp. – isbn: 978-3-658-16109-5 – (Analysen zu gesellschaftlicher Integration und Desintegration).
20. Kaspar Johannes (ed.): Sicherungsverwahrung 2.0?. Bestandsaufnahme – Reformbedarf – Forschungsperspektiven. – Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2017. – 319 pp. – isbn: 978-3-8487-3767-3 – isbn: 3-8487-3767-1 – (Schriften zur Kriminologie; 9).
21. Kay Ramona: Der Offending-Victimization-Overlap. Viktimisierte Täter und delinquente Opfer?Berlin: wvb Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2017. – 207 pp. – isbn: 978-3-96138-021-3.
22. Kilchling Michael: Täter-Opfer-Ausgleich im Strafvollzug. Wissenschaftliche Begleitung des Modellprojekts Täter-Oper-Ausgleich im baden-württembergischen Justizvollzug. – Berlin et al.: Duncker & Humblot; Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches und internationales Strafrecht, 2017. – 217 pp. – isbn: 978-3-86113-262-2 – isbn: 978-3-428-15036-6 – (Schriftenreihe des Max-Planck-Instituts für Ausländisches und Internationales Strafrecht, Freiburg i. Br. K, Kriminologische Forschungsberichte; K 175).
23. Sinn Arndt: Wirtschaftsmacht Organisierte Kriminalität. Illegale Märkte und illegaler Handel. – Berlin et al.: Springer, 2018. – 150 pp. – isbn: 978-3-662-55268-1.
24. Button Mark,; Cross Cassandra: Cyber frauds, scams and their victims. – London et al.: Routledge, 2017. – 232 pp. – isbn: 978-1-138-93119-0 – isbn: 978-1-138-93120-6.
25. Hart Emily Luise,; van Ginneken Esther F.J.C. (eds.): New perspectives on desistance. Theoretical and empirical developments. – London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. – 301 pp. – isbn: 978-1-349-95184-0.
26. Liebling Alison (ed.): The Oxford handbook of criminology. – 6. ed. – Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. – 1030 pp. – isbn: 978-0-19-871944-1.
27. Richards Julian: Extremism, radicalization and security. An identity theory approach. – Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. – 228 pp. – isbn: 978-3-319-55202-6.
28. Thompson David,; Thomas Terry,; Karstedt Susanne: Resettlement of sex offenders after custody. Circles of support and accountability. – London et al.: Routledge, 2017. – 250 pp. – isbn: 978-1-138-89850-9 – (Routledge studies in crime and society; 29).
29. Alessandri Alberto (ed.): Espansione della criminalità organizzata nell'attività d'impresa al Nord. – Torino: G. Giappichelli, 2017. – 265 pp. – isbn: 978-88-921-0838-7.
30. Lucini Barbara: The other side of resilience to terrorism. A portrait of a resilient-healthy city. – Cham: Springer, 2017. – 192 pp. – isbn: 978-3-319-56942-0.
31. Marotta Gemma: Criminologia. Storia, teorie, metodi. – 2. ed. – Milanofiori Assago: cedam, 2017. – 514 pp. – isbn: 978-88-13-35431-2 – (Cedam scienze giuridiche).
32. Martucci Pierpaolo,; Riponti Danilo,; Corsa Rita: Nuove pagine di criminologia. Dalle origini agli orizzonti del terzo millennio. – Milanofiori Assago: Wolters Kluwer, 2017. – 290 pp. – isbn: 978-88-13-36326-0 – (Cedam scienze giuridiche).
33. Weggemans Daan,; Graaf Beatrice de: Reintegrating Jihadist extremist detainees. Helping extremist offenders back into society. – London et al.: Routledge, 2017. – 160 pp. – isbn: 978-1-138-73135-6 – (Contemporary terrorism studies).
34. Mazowiecka Lidia,; Klaus Witold,; Tarwacka Anna (eds.): Z problematyki wiktymologii. Ksiega dedykowana Profesor Ewie Bienkowskiej. – Warszawa: Wolters Kluwer, 2017. – 455 pp. – isbn: 978-83-8107-421-6.
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