How Criminology Can Engage in the Theorizing on Genocide

@inproceedings{Pruitt2014HowCC,
  title={How Criminology Can Engage in the Theorizing on Genocide},
  author={William Robert Pruitt},
  year={2014}
}
For too long the discipline of criminology has ignored the crime of genocide. Very little theoretical work has been engaged in between criminology and the crime of crimes, i.e. genocide. Various reasons have been offered as to why the field has not engaged with the study of genocide, though the truth is that criminology already has existing paradigms that reach the outskirts of genocide and if they were broadened somewhat the discipline could very easily become involved in theorizing genocide… CONTINUE READING

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