Symbolic Gestures and the Generation of Global Social Control
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Symbolic Gestures and the Generation of Global Social Control : The International Criminal Court

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This book explores the historical origins of the court and provides and examination of the basic structure and functioning of the court. Rothe and Mullins offer a detailed critique of procedural, conceptual, and practical elements of the ICC through the lens of critical criminological theory and research and identify several problems with the design and proposed implementation of the ICC.show more

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  • Hardback | 248 pages
  • 154.9 x 231.1 x 22.9mm | 408.24g
  • Lexington Books
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • New.
  • 073911185X
  • 9780739111857

About Dawn L. Rothe

Dawn L. Rothe is an Assistant Professor of Criminology at the University of Northern Iowa. Christopher W. Mullins is an Assistant Professor of Criminology at the University of Northern Iowa.show more

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If criminology is to have any relevance in the era of globalization, it must more directly address the vitally important issues of state crime and international social control. Dawn Rothe and Chris Mullins have made an outstanding contribution to this project with their incisive and critical analysis of the International Criminal Court. -- Ron Kramer, Western Michigan University It is a very readable and well-written introduction to the question of what international criiminal justice is after all about...The authors also provide a refreshing look into the American criminological community's soul when it comes to the attitude of the current US administration and the population in general. International Criminal Law Review The chapters, ideas, and information presented in them appear to logically flow from one idea to the next. The manuscript is an excellent review of the problems and opportunities presented by the International Criminal Court. The manuscript is well written, clear, and appropriately documented. The historical sections are well crafted. Instructors in the fields of international law, international organizations, and human rights will find this book particularly useful. -- Jeffrey Ian Ross, Editor of Controlling State Crime and Varieties of State Crime and Its Control editor of Controlling State Crime and Varietieshow more

Table of contents

Chapter 1 The International Criminal Court's Relevance to Criminology Chapter 2 An Integrated Theory of State Crimes Chapter 3 Developing an International Criminal Court Chapter 4 The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court Chapter 5 The Contradictions of International Law Chapter 6 The Illegal War on Iraq: The "Role" of the International Criminal Court Chapter 7 Enhancing the Potential of the International Criminal Courtshow more

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