Technocrime And Criminological Theory

Author: Kevin F. Steinmetz
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1498745598
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Rather than view such behaviors and actors as fantastical, our perspective
recognizes that “technologically minded criminals are not mainly the unstoppable
, invulnerable super-villains they are often portrayed to be – especially when ... In
this capacity, technocrimes tread on ground relatively familiar to criminologists –
definitions of crime are the result of a social process whereby certain behaviors
and persons are construed as deserving of scrutiny or punishment (Becker 1963;
Quinney.

To Be Continued

Author: Merle Jacob
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9781573561556
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Atheneum, 1984. Through four tumultuous years of World War I, Nicholas Dicken
Quinney rises from mechanic to navigator to one of the newly formed Royal Air
Force's most decorated air aces. After the war, he hopscotches the world ...
galaxy is endangered if the being should be exploited. Then McKie is off to
investigate forces that may lead to revolt on a toxic, overcrowded prison planet
whose environment is so hostile that it has produced individuals who are virtually
unstoppable.