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5. Green Criminology
About this Lecture
In this lecture, we explore the concept of green criminology, focusing in particular on: (i) what green criminology is; (ii) why we need a green criminology; and (iii) the expanded notions of victims inherent in green criminology, including the victimisation of non-human species, and of nature itself.
In this course, Professor Tanya Wyatt (Northumbria University) explores transnational and environmental crime. In the first lecture, we think about globalisation and the emergence of global crime. In the second lecture, we explore the links between capitalism and crime. In the third lecture, we turn to the development of transnational policing. Next, we look at transitional policing today. In the fifth lecture, we begin to explore the concept of green criminology. In the sixth and final lecture, we look at some concrete examples of green crimes.
Dr Tanya Wyatt is a Professor of Criminology specialising in green criminology. Her expertise centres on wildlife crime and trafficking, non-human animal abuse and welfare and the intersections of organised crime, corporate crime, and corruption. Other research interests are crimes of the powerful, particularly industrial agriculture and pollution.
Cite this Lecture
Wyatt, T. (2021, August 23). Transnational and Environmental Crime - Green Criminology [Video]. MASSOLIT. https://www.massolit.io/courses/transnational-and-environmental-crime/green-criminology
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