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Chapter 7 The state terrorism and crimes against humanity Penny Green Contents 1 Introduction 210 2 Defining state crime 212 3 Torture 218 3.1 The nature of torture 220 3.2 Victims 222 3.3 Perpetrators 224 3.4 Extraordinary rendition 228 State terror and terrorism 229 4.1 Analysing terror 230 4.2 Governance through political violence 233 Globalisation and state violence 236 5.1 States of denial? 237 Conclusion 238 4 5 6 References 240 210 Crime: local and global 1 Introduction This chapter focuses on another aspect of ‘crimes of the powerful’: crimes committed by states – specifically state violence. This topic has long been neglected by or not considered to be the ‘proper’ remit of criminology. This major gap in the discipline is now slowly being addressed. The chapter outlines a theoretical and empirical basis for understanding the nature of and extent to which states engage in ‘crimes’ and aims to explore: (1989) The Roots of Evil: The Origins of Genocide and other Group Violence Cambridge Cambridge University Press. Suárez-Orozco M. (1992) ‘A grammar of terror: psychocultural responses to state terrorism in dirty-war and post dirty-war Argentina’ in Nordstrom C. and Martin J. (eds) The Paths to Domination Resistance and Terror Berkeley CA University of California Press. Sykes G. and Matza D. (1957) ‘Techniques of neutralization: a theory of delinquency’ American Sociological Review no. 22 pp. 664–70. The Battle of Algiers film directed by Gillo Pontecorvo 1965. Tilly C. (1992) Coercion Capital and European States A.D. 990–1990 Oxford Blackwell. Ward T. (2004) ‘State harms’ in Hillyard P. et al. (eds) (2004). Ward T. and Young P. (2007) ‘Elias organised violence and terrorism’ in Mullard M. and Cole B. (eds) Globalisation Citizenship and the War on Terror Cheltenham Edward Elgar. Weber M. (1968) Economy and Society vol. 3 New York Bedminster Press. 245 [...]

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‘The notion of conduct helps us to understand the relationship between the individual and the social in significant ways.’ Evaluate this statement illustrating your answer drawing on three examples from the module material on Conduct. Word limit: 1800 words

Subject Area: Sociology

Document Type: Reports

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