Syllabus/achievement requirements

Literature marked with a [K] are to be found in an article compilation which can be bought from Kopiutsalget at Akademika bookstore


Aas, K. F. (2013): Globalization and Crime, Second edition. London: Sage (272 p.)

Aas, K.F. (2014):” Bordered penality: Precarious membership and abnormal justice” In: Punishment & Society, vol. 16 (5), 501- 519 (18 p.)

Aas, K.F and H.O.I Gundhus (2015): “Policing Humanitarian Borderlands: Frontex, Human Rights and the Precariousness of Life”, In: The British Journal of Criminology, vol 55 (1), 1-18 (18 p.)

Agozino, B. et al (2009): “Guns, Crime and Social Order in the West Indies”. In: Criminology and Criminal Justice, vol 9(3): 287–305 (18 p.) [K]

Andreas, P. and Nadelmann, E. (2006): Policing the Globe: Criminalization and Crime Control in International Relations, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Chapter 1 (41 p.) [K]

Beck, U. (2002): "The Terrorist Threat: World Risk Society Revisited". In: Theory, Culture & Society, Vol. 19 (4): 39 - 55. (18 p.) [K]

Berntzen, L.E. and S. Sandberg (2014 ) “The Collective Nature of Lone Wolf Terrorism: Anders Behring Breivik and the Anti-Islamic Social Movement» in Terrorism and Political Violence, vol 26: 759–779 (20p).

Bosworth. M (2012): ‘Subjectivity and identity in detention: Punishment and society in a global age’, In: Theoretical Criminology 16: 123-140 (17 p.)

Bowling, Ben (2009): “Transnational Policing: The Globalization Thesis, a Typology and a Research Agenda”. In: Policing vol 3 (2): 149 – 160 (11 p.) [K]

Brotherton, D. and L. Barrios (2009): ‘Displacement and Stigma: The Social-Psychological Crisis of the Deportee’, Crime, Media, Culture 5 (1): 29-55 (26 p.)

Burawoy, M. (2000): “Introduction: Reaching to the Global". In: Global Ethnography: forces, connections and imaginations in a postmodern world. M. Burawoy et al (eds.). Berkeley: University of California Press (40 p.) [K]

Carling, J. and M. Hernandez-Carretero (2011) “Protecting Europe and Protecting Migrants? Strategies for Managing Unauthorised Migration from Africa” in The British Journal of Politics & International Relations, Volume 13, Issue 1, pages 42–58 (16p).

Findlay, M. (2008): "International criminal justice and governance". In: Governing through Globalised Crime: Futures of international criminal justice. Cullompton: Willan Publishing, kap. 5 (31 p.) [K]

Held, D. and A. McGrew (2000) The Great Globalization Debate: An Introduction 1, s. 1-50, i The Global Transformation Reader Anthony McGrew, David Held (ed). Polity

Knepper,P. (2011): International Crime in the 20th Century: The League of Nations Era, 1919-1939, London: Palgrave MacMillan. Chapter 1 & 2 (47 p.)

Lyon, D. (2014): “Surveillance, Snowden, and Big Data: Capacities, consequences, critique” in  Big Data & Society, July–December: 1–13 (13 p.)

McCulloch and Pickering (2009): “Pre-crime and counter terrorism”.  In: British Journal of Criminology, 49 (5): 628-645 (17 p.).

Nelken, David (2011): “Why Compare Criminal Justice?” In: What is Criminology? Bosworth, M. and Hoyle, C. (eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press (12 p.) [K]

Passas, N. (2000): "Global Anomie, Dysnomie, and Economic Crime: Hidden Consequences of Neoliberalism and Globalization in Russia and Around the World". In: Social Justice, vol. 27 (2): 16 – 43 (27 p.) [K]

Sassen, S. (2007): "Elelements for a Sociology of Globalization". In: A Sociology of Globalization. New York, London: W.W. Norton & Company: chapter 2 (36 p.) [K]

Skilbrei, May-Len and Marianne Tveit (2008): “Defining Trafficking Trough Empirical Work. Blurred Boundaries and their Consequences”. In: Gender, Technology and Development 12(1): 9-30 (21 p.)

Ugelvik, T. (2012): “Imprisoned on the Border: Subjects and Objects of the State in Two Norwegian Prisons”. In: Justice and Security in the 21st century. Hudson, B. and Ugelvik, S. (eds.). Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge (18 p.) [K]

Van Liempt, I. and S. Sersli (2012) State Responses and Migrant Experiences with Human Smuggling: A Reality Check” in Antipode, vol 45 (4): 1029-1046 (17p).

Varese, Federico (2012): “How Mafias Take Advantage of Globalization: The Russian Mafia in Italy”. In: British Journal of Criminology 52(2): 235-253 (18 p.)

In total: 822 sider.


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