Trends in Organized Crime
Trends in Organized Crime presents a composite of analyses and syntheses of research on organized crime, drawn from a variety of sources. It publishes peer-reviewed, original research articles and excerpts from significant governmental reports. The contents also include reviews of important new books and presents analysis and commentary on current issues in organized crime.
Trends in Organized Crime is an ideal resource for practitioners and policy makers, as well as the academic community. It is published in association with the International Association for the Study of Organized Crime (IASOC).
Tony M. Kail: review of narco-cults: understanding the use of afro-Caribbean and Mexican religious cultures in the drug wars
Alma Keshavarz (July 2016)
Corrado Alvaro and the Calabrian mafia: a critical case study of the use of literary and journalistic texts in research on Italian organized crime
Amber Phillips (July 2016)
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