The Treadmill of Crime

Paul Stretesky
  • August 2013, Taylor & Francis
  • DOI: 10.4324/9780203077092

The treadmill of crime: political economy and green criminology

What is it about?

This book examines the use of treadmill of production theory in green criminology. Explores how the treadmill of production shapes green crime, environmental law and environmental law enforcement. Chapters include discussions of treadmill of production theory, ecological additions, ecological withdrawals, ecological and social disorganization, the treadmill of animal abuse, and NGOs and environmental enforcement.

Why is it important?

This publication has relevance for the following areas: green criminology; radical criminology; ecological marxism; treadmill of production theory; environmental sociology; corporate crime; environmental justice.

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