Federico Varese (ed.) – Organized crime. Critical concepts in criminology (Vol. 4: Organized crime and popular culture, states and terrorism). – New York. Routledge, 2010.
- Part 8. Popular culture
- The secret history of Japanese cinema: the yakuza movies - Federico Varese.
- Mobster gravestones in 1990s Russia - Olga Matich .
- Part 9. Co-operation between organized crime and states
- The Allies and the mafia - Salvatore Lupo.
- The gangster and the politician - John Landesco.
- A modern marriage of convenience: a collaboration between organized crime and U.S. intelligence - Alan A. Block.
- Organized crime and the political-criminal nexus in China - Ko-Lin Chin and Roy Godson.
- Part 10. The fight against organized crime
- Law-enforcement disruption of a drug importation network - Carlo Morselli and Katia Petit.
- New York City as organized crime fighter - James B. Jacobs and Alex Hortis.
- Scrutinizing RICO - Carlo Morselli and Lila Kazemian.
- Heisei yakuza: burst bubble and Botaiho - Peter Hill.
- Part 11. Organized crime and terrorism
- The mafia and al-Qaeda: violent and secretive organizations in comparative and historical perspective - Jane Schneider and Peter Schneider.
- The crime-terror continuum: tracing the interplay between transnational organised crime and terrorism - Tamara Makarenko.
- Part 12. Transplantation
- How mafias migrate: the case of the 'Ndrangheta in northern Italy - Federico Varese.
- Hong Kong triads after 1997 - Yiu Kong Chu.
- The search for the Russian mafia: Central and Eastern European criminals in the Netherlands, 1989-2005 - Anton Weenink and Franca Van Der Laan.
- Part 13. Decline
- The decline of the American Mafia - Peter Reuter.
- The declining significance of triad societies in transnational illegal activities: a structural deficiency perspective - Sheldon Zhang and Ko-Lin Chin.
Peter Grabosky - Crime and Terrorism. London. SAGE, 2010.
- Introduction: Terrorism and Terrorists, Crime and Criminals.
- Dimensions of the Problem.
- State Terrorism and State Crime.
- The dark side of the state.
- Intersections of Terrorist and Criminal Organizations.
- Responding to Terrorism and to Organized Crime.
- Local, national and international dimensions.
- Conclusions: Managing Crime and Terrorism.
Roy Coleman - Surveillance and Crime. London. SAGE, 2010.
- Surveillance, crime and controversy.
- Understanding Surveillance.
- The Historical Foundations of Surveillance.
- New Policing and New Surveillance.
- Globalisation, Surveillance and the 'War' on Terror.
- Surveillance, Power and Social Impacts.
- 'Contesting' and 'Resisting' Surveillance.
- The politics of visibility and invisibility.
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