[OPE-L] global criminology website

From: glevy@PRATT.EDU
Date: Mon Dec 10 2007 - 18:00:22 EST


via Globolist.
A lot of US State Department briefs in the country
profiles, but also
Interpol and UN data.

In solidarity,
Jerry
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> "Comparative sociology is
not a particular branch
> of sociology; it is sociology itself,
in so far
> as it ceases to be purely descriptive and aspires to
account for
> facts."
> Emile Durkheim, The Rules
of Sociological Methodology.
>
> In the 21st century,
comparative criminology is a
> branch of sociology in which
cross-national
> analysis has increasingly become a major focus.

>
> Announcing a New Global Criminology Website where

> sociology professors and students can:
> 
>  Research subjects in global criminology
> by
accessing Interpol and United Nations datasets
> and text
information for all countries of the world;
>  Publish
papers, works-in-progress, and
> articles pertaining to global
criminology.
>
> The Global Criminology Website, called
Crime and
> Society: A Comparative Criminology Tour of the
> World, can be viewed at the following address:
>
> http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/faculty/rwinslow/index.html<
<http://www-rohan.sdsu.edu/faculty/rwinslow/index.html>
>
> Robert W. Winslow
> Professor of Sociology,
Emeritus
> San Diego State University


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