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1. Allum, Felia: The invisible Camorra: Neapolitan crime families across Europe / Felia Allum. – Ithaca et al.: Cornell Univ. Press, 2016. – xvii, 267 pp. – isbn: 978-1-5017-0245-7.
2. Brooks, Graham: Criminology of corruption: theoretical approaches / Graham Brooks. – London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. – vi, 235 pp. – isbn: 978-1-137-51723-4.
3. Challenges in the field of economic and financial crime in Europe and the us / ed. by Katalin Ligeti … – Oxford et al.: Hart Publ., 2017. – xiv, 296 pp. – isbn: 978-1-50990-803-5 – (Hart studies in European criminal law).
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7. Criminele organisaties en organisatiecriminaliteit / Antoinette Verhage … (eds.). – Antwerpen et al.: Maklu, 2016. – 248 pp. – isbn: 978-90-466-0820-3 – (Cahiers politiestudies; 39).
8. Curtis, Cate: Anti-social behaviour: a multi-national perspective of the everyday at the extreme / Cate Curtis. – Los Angeles et al.: sage, 2016. – 109 pp. – isbn: 978-1-4739-1577-0 – (sage swifts).
9. Cybercrime, organized crime, and societal responses: international approaches / Emilio C. Viano, ed. – Cham: Springer, 2017. – xix, 378 pp. – isbn: 978-3-319-44499-4.
10. Domestic violence in international context / ed. by Diana Scharff Peterson … – London et al.: Routledge, 2017. – xix, 213 pp. – isbn: 978-1-138-66964-2 – (Routledge studies in crime and society; 27).
11. Eco-global crimes: contemporary problems and future challenges / ed. by Rune Ellefsen … – First issued in paperback. – London et al.: Routledge, 2016. – xi, 318 pp. – isbn: 978-1-138-27154-8 – isbn: 978-1-4094-3492-4 – (Green criminology series).
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13. Fijnaut, Cyrille: The containment of organised crime and terrorism: thirty-five years of research on police, judicial and administrative cooperation / by Cyrille Fijnaut. – Leiden et al.: Brill Nijhoff, 2016. – xxvi, 971 pp. – isbn: 978-90-04-28193-6.
14. Fitzgerald, John L.: Framing drug use: bodies, space, economy and crime / John L. Fitzgerald. – Basingstoke et al.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. – xii, 289 pp. – isbn: 978-1-137-48223-5.
15. Genocide: new perspectives on its causes, courses, and consequences / ed. by Uğur Ümit Üngör. – Amsterdam: Amsterdam Univ. Press, 2016. – 275 pp. – isbn: 978-90-8964-524-1 – (niod Studies on war, Holocaust, and genocide).
16. Global perspectives on youth gang behavior, violence, and weapons use / ed. by Simon Harding … – Hershey pa: Information Science Reference, 2016. – xxviii, 425 pp. – isbn: 978-1-4666-9938-0 – (Advances in psychology, mental health, and behavioral studies (apmhbs) book series).
17. Greening criminology in the 21st century: contemporary debates and future directions in the study of environmental harm / ed. by Matthew Hall … – London et al.: Routledge, 2017. – xiii, 239 pp. – isbn: 978-1-4724-6756-0 – (Green criminology).
18. Groene criminologie en veiligheidszorg / Janine Janssen … (eds.). – Antwerpen et al.: Maklu, 2016. – 226 pp. – isbn: 978-90-466-0800-5 – (Cahiers politiestudies; 38).
19. Leukfeldt, E. R.: Cybercriminal networks: origin, growth and criminal capabilities / E. R. Leukfeldt. – The Hague: Eleven International Publishing, 2016.- 230 pp. – isbn: 978-94-6236-708-1 – isbn: 94-6236-708-6.
20. Lutz, Brenda J.: Globalization and the economic consequences of terrorism / Brenda J. Lutz, James M. Lutz. – London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. – X, 210 pp. – isbn: 978-1-137-50393-0 – (New security challenges).
21. Marsden, Sarah V.: Reintegrating extremists: deradicalisation and desistance / Sarah V. Marsden. – London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. – xi, 147 pp. – isbn: 978-1-137-55018-7.
22. Natali, Lorenzo: A visual approach for green criminology: exploring the social perception of environmental harm / Lorenzo Natali. – London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. – xv, 137 pp. – isbn: 978-1-137-54667-8 – (Palgrave studies in green criminology) – (Palgrave pivot).
23. The Oxford handbook of sex offences and sex offenders / ed. by Teela Sanders. – New York, ny: Oxford Univ. Press, 2017. – xvii, 653 pp. – isbn: 978-0-19-021363-3 – (The Oxford handbooks in criminology and criminal justice).
24. Preventing crime and violence / Brent Teasdale …, eds. – Cham: Springer, 2017. – vii, 388 pp. – isbn: 978-3-319-44122-1 – (Advances in prevention science).
25. Quivooij, Romain: L’ impact du jihad virtuel / Romain Quivooij. – Paris: L’Harmattan, 2016. – 184 pp. – isbn: 978-2-343-08967-6.
26. The Routledge handbook of technology, crime and justice / ed. by M.R. McGuire … – London et al.: Routledge, 2017. – xxv, 696 pp. – isbn: 978-1-138-82013-5 – (Routledge international handbooks).
27. Uhm, Daan P. van: The illegal wildlife trade: inside the world of poachers, smugglers and traders / Daan P. van Uhm. – [S.l.]: Springer, 2016. – xxvii, 328 pp. – isbn: 978-3-319-42128-5 – isbn: 3-319-42128-X – (Studies of organized crime; 15).
28. Die Wiedereingliederung von Hochrisikotätern in Europa – Behandlungskonzepte, Entlassungsvorbereitung und Übergangsmanagement: Ergebnisse der Abschlusskonferenz in Rostock-Warnemünde, 3.-5. September 2014, und Evaluation des Justice-Cooperation-Netzwerk-(jcn)-Projekts “Behandlung und Übergangsmanagement bei Hochrisikotätern in Europa” / Frieder Dünkel … (eds). – Mönchengladbach: Forum Verl. Godesberg, 2016. – xii, 473 pp. – isbn: 978-3-942865-68-5 – isbn: 3-942865-68-8 – (Schriften zum Strafvollzug, Jugendstrafrecht und zur Kriminologie; 61).
29. The Wiley handbook of the psychology of mass shootings / ed. by Laura C. Wilson. – Chichester et al.: Wiley Blackwell, 2017. – xvii, 414 pp. – isbn: 978-1-119-04793-3 – (Wiley clinical psychology handbooks).
30. The social cost of legal and illegal drugs in Belgium / Delfine Lievens … – Antwerpen et al.: Maklu, 2016. – 422 pp. – isbn: 978-90-466-0816-6 – (ircp research series; 51).
31. Sterktes van mensen: sterktegerichte strategieën voor het ondersteunen van mensen met een psychiatrische problematiek die strafbare feiten pleegden / T. Vander Beken … (red.). – Antwerpen et al.: Maklu, 2016. – 186 pp. – isbn: 978-90-466-0808-1.
32. Brkić, Dragan: Comprendre la délinquance française / Dragan Brkić. – Paris: L’Harmattan, 2016. – 139 pp. – isbn: 978-2-343-09551-6 – (Logiques des pénalités contemporaines).
33. Ferri, Tony: Emprisonner et surveiller: vers la normalisation du placement sous surveillance électronique? / Tony Ferri. – [S.l.]: Éditions Bréal, 2016. – 151 pp. – isbn: 978-2-7495-3545-6.
34. Grewal, Kiran Kaur: Racialised gang rape and the reinforcement of dominant order: discourses of gender, race and nation / Kiran Kaur Grewal. – London et al.: Routledge, 2017. – X, 223 pp. – isbn: 978-1-4724-1499-1 – (Studies in migration and diaspora).
35. Psychanalyse et criminologie aujourd’hui: repères conceptuels, éthiques et cliniques / sous la dir. de Yohan Trichet … – Rennes: Presses Univ. de Rennes, 2016. – 361 pp. – isbn: 978-2-7535-5035-3 – (Collection “Didact psychanalyse”).
36. Kißling, Kristin: Die latente Funktion von Compliance: eine Analyse der Wirkungszusammenhänge von Compliance Maßnahmen auf das Dunkelfeld der Wirtschaftskriminalität / Kristin Kißling. – Marburg: Tectum Verl., 2016. – 179 pp. – isbn: 978-3-8288-3831-4.
37. Legalbewährung nach strafrechtlichen Sanktionen: eine bundesweite Rückfalluntersuchung 2010 bis 2013 und 2004 bis 2013 / Jörg-Martin Jehle … – 1. ed. – Mönchengladbach: Forum Verl. Godesberg, 2016. – 352 pp. – isbn: 978-3-942865-69-2 – (Recht).
38. Neubacher, Frank: Kriminologie / Frank Neubacher. – 3. ed. – Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2017. – 256 pp. – isbn: 978-3-8487-3036-0 – isbn: 3-8487-3036-7 – (Nomos Lehrbuch).
39. Opfererfahrungen und kriminalitätsbezogene Einstellungen in Deutschland: vertiefende Analysen des Deutschen Viktimisierungssurvey 2012 unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des räumlichen Kontextes / Bundeskriminalamt. Christoph Birkel … (eds.). – Wiesbaden: bka, 2016. – vii, 306 pp. – isbn: 978-3-9818469-0-4 – (Polizei + Forschung; 49).
40. Shoshan, Nitzan: The management of hate: nation, affect, and the governance of right-wing extremism in Germany / Nitzan Shoshan. – Princeton et al.: Princeton Univ. Press, 2016. – xvii, 300 pp. – isbn: 978-0-691-17195-1 – isbn: 978-0-691-17196-8.
41. Sicherheit und Kriminalprävention in urbanen Räumen: aktuelle Tendenzen und Entwicklungen / Joachim Häfele … (eds.). – Wiesbaden: Springer vs, 2017. – 262 pp. – isbn: 978-3-658-16314-3 – (Research).
42. Changing contours of criminal justice / ed. by Mary Bosworth … – 1. ed. – Oxford: Oxford Univ. Press, 2016. – xxix, 293 pp. – isbn: 978-0-19-878323-7.
43. Farrant, Finola: Crime, prisons and viscous culture: adventures in criminalized identities / Finola Farrant. – London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. – xiv, 230 pp. – isbn: 978-1-137-49009-4.
44. Millie, Andrew: Philosophical criminology / Andrew Millie. – Bristol: Policy Press, 2016. – xiii, 153 pp. – isbn: 978-1-4473-2370-9 – isbn: 1-4473-2370-X – (New horizons in criminology).
45. Morrison, James: Familiar strangers, juvenile panic and the British press: the decline of social trust / James Morrison. – Basingstoke et al.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. – X, 254 pp. – isbn: 978-1-137-52994-7.
46. Moving in the shadows: violence in the lives of minority women and children / ed. by Yasmin Rehman … – First issued in paperback. – London et al.: Routledge, 2016. – xiv, 298 pp. – isbn: 978-1-138-25598-2 – isbn: 978-1-4094-3317-0.
47. Owton, Helen: Sexual abuse in sport: a qualitative case study / Helen Owton. – Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. – xv, 128 pp. – isbn: 978-3-319-46794-8 – (Palgrave pivot).
48. Pemberton, Simon: Harmful societies: understanding social harm / Simon Pemberton. – Bristol: Policy Press, 2016. – xiii, 183 pp. – isbn: 978-1-84742-795-3 – (Studies in social harm).
49. Ginnaio, Monica: Homo criminalis: Cesare Lombroso et l’anthropologie criminelle en Italie / Monica Ginnaio. – Paris: L’Harmattan, 2016. – 263 pp. – isbn: 978-2-343-09045-0 – (Collection criminology).
50. Kaat, F. J.: Resocialisatie van gedetineerden: het Nederlandse sanctiestelsel en de juridische invulling van het resocialisatiebegrip / F. J. Kaat. – Weert: Celsus Juridische Uitg., 2016. – viii, 96 pp. – 978-90-8863-192-4 – (Juncto reeks; 166).
51. Overarching views of crime and deviancy: rethinking the legacy of the Utrecht School / ed. in chief: Ferry de Jong. – The Hague: Eleven International Publishing, 2015. – xii, 612 pp. – isbn: 978-94-6236-616-9 – (Pompe reeks; 80).
52. Grzyb, Magdalena: Przestępstwa motywowane kulturowo: aspekty kryminologiczne i prawnokarne: reakcja krajów zachodnich na szkodliwe praktyki kulturowe / Magdalena Grzyb. – Stan prawny na 1 września 2016 r. – Warszawa: Wolters Kluwer, 2016. – 410 pp. – isbn: 978-83-8092-592-2 – (Monografie).
53. Pettersson, Tove: Young offenders and open custody / Tove Pettersson. – London et al.: Routledge, 2017. – viii, 160 pp. – isbn: 978-1-138-12092-1 – (Routledge frontiers of criminal justice; 43).
54. Demirbaş, Timur: Kriminoloji / Timur Demirbaş. – 6. ed. – Ankara: Seçkin, 2016. – 424 pp. – isbn: 978-975-02-3868-0 – (Seçkin hukuk; 581).
55. Gönen, Zeynep: The politics of crime in Turkey: neoliberalism, police and the urban poor / Zeynep Gönen. – London et al.: I. B. Tauris, 2017. – xii, 272 pp. – isbn: 978-1-78453-543-8.
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