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  1. SESSION 1 - GLOBALISATION, RISK & GLOBAL SECURITY: AN INTRODUCTION 6 items
    1. Chatper 1: Crime, fear and Social Exclusion in the Global Village - Katja Franko Aas 2013

      Chapter Essential

    2. False dawn: the delusions of global capitalism - John Gray 2009

      Book 

    3. Why globalisation works - Martin Wolf 2004

      Book  The section on 'why the critics are wrong' is a useful argument as to why global capitalism is necessary.

  2. SESSION 2 - RISK, SECURITY & POLICING: EVOLVING GLOBAL CONTEXTS 13 items
    1. Reappraising the Risk Society Thesis: Telescopic Sight or Myopic Vision? - Mythen, G. 2007

      Article Essential Please read for seminar

    2. Risk society: towards a new modernity - Ulrich Beck 1992

      Book 

    3. Chapter 2 - Risk Society and Reflexive Modernization - Zinn, J. 2008

      Chapter Essential

    4. The third way: the renewal of social democracy - Anthony Giddens 1998

      Book 

    5. The Semantics of Security - Zednar, L. 2009

      Chapter 

    6. The Culture of Control - Moss, K. 2008

      Chapter 

    7. Politics, Economics and Security - White 2014

      Chapter 

    8. Justice in the risk society - Les Johnston,Clifford Shearing 2005

      Article 

    9. Perspectives on Risk and Penal Politics - R. Sparks 2000

      Chapter 

    10. Reassuring the public: a review of international policing interventions - David Dalgleish, Andy Myhill, Great Britain. Home Office. Research, Development and Statistics Directorate 2004

      Book 

  3. SESSION 3 - UNDERSTANDING GLOBAL THREATS (1): TRANSNATIONAL ORGANISED CRIME AND CYBERCRIME 15 items
    1. The Oxford Handbook of Organized Crime 2014

      Book  There are several useful chapters in here - especially chapter 2 on Theoretical Perspectives on Organized Crime (Kleemans) and Chapter 24 on Cybercrime (Raymond & Grabosky).

    2. Cybercrime - Choo, K. Grabosky, P. 2014

      Chapter 

    3. Introduction - Allum, F, Gilmour, S. 2011

      Chapter 

    4. Transitional organized crime as a security concept - Carrapico, H. 2011

      Chapter 

    5. Organized Crime Research - von Lampe, K.

      Website  This is a really useful resource on organized crime

    6. Routledge handbook of transnational organized crime - Felia Allum, Stan Gilmour 2012

      Book 

    7. Chapter 8 - Controlling Cyberspace - Franko Ass, F. 2013

      Chapter 

  4. Session 4 - THE DEVIANT IMMIGRANT 6 items
    1. Chapter 4 - The Deviant Immigrant - Katja Franko Aas 2013

      Chapter  Please read for seminar

    2. Organized crime and ethnic reputation manipulation - FRANK BOVENKERK, DINA SIEGEL & DAMIÁN ZAITCH1 2003

      Article 

  5. SESSION 5 - POLICNG IN A INSECURE WORLD: THEORISING GLOBAL POLICING AND GLOBAL GOVERNANCE 7 items
    1. The occupational subcultures of global policing - Bowling, B. Sheptycki, J. 2012

      Chapter  Please read for seminar

    2. Theorising Global Policing - Bowling, B. Sheptycki, J. 2012

      Chapter 

    3. The Culture of Control - Moss, K. 2008

      Chapter 

  6. SESSION 6 - THE COMMODIFICATION AND PRIVATISATION OF SECURITY 11 items
    1. Security as industry - Zednar, L. 2009

      Chapter 

    2. Researching Private Security Consumption - Mulone, Massimiliano 2013

      Article 

    3. Consuming security?: Tools for a sociology of security consumption - Goold, Benjamin; Loader, Ian; Thumala, Angelica 02/2010, Volume 14, Issue 1

      Article 

  7. SESSION 7 - EXPLORING THE COMPLEXITY OF GLOBAL 'CRIME' PREVENTION: MONEY LAUNDERING AND TERRORIST FINANCING 15 items
    1. AML Compliance: Rituals of Engagement or improvements in Integrity? - Harvey, J Bosworth Davies, R. Elliot, M. 2013

      Chapter 

    2. Money Laundering: Phantoms, Imagery and Facts - Harvey, J. 2011

      Chapter 

  8. SESSION 8: STUDENT-LED 'IMAGES OF GLOBALISATION' 0 items
    READING AND GUIDANCE ON THIS SESSION WILL BE GIVEN THROUGHOUT THE OTHER SESSIONS ON THE MODULE.
  9. SESSION 9 - DELIVERING GLOBAL SECURITY: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS 10 items
    1. Global Policing - Chapter: The Global Cops have arrived - Bowling, B. Sheptycki, J. 2012

      Chapter  Read for seminar

    2. Globalization and crime: Final Chapter - towards a cosmopolitan criminology? - Katja Franko Aas 2013

      Book  Read for seminar

    3. Global Policing in Practice - Bowling, B. Sheptycki, J. 2012

      Chapter 

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