Is it a Crime to Produce Ecological Disorganization? Why Green Criminology and Political Economy Matter in the Analysis of Global Ecological Harms

M. J. Lynch, M. A. Long, K. L. Barrett, P. B. Stretesky
  • The British Journal of Criminology, August 2013, Oxford University Press (OUP)
  • DOI: 10.1093/bjc/azt051

Ecological Disorganization, Crime, Green Criminology and Political Economic theory

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This theoretical articles addresses the importance of taking a political economic approach toward explaining green/ecological/environmental crime. Green criminology began as an extension of political economic theory found in radical criminology. Subsequently, this view has been overlooked. Employs ecological marxism and treadmill of production theory to expand upon the political economic explanation of green crime and injustice.

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