Associated Press/Ipsos poll conducted by Ispos-Public Affairs. (2005). Polling report Sept. 16–18, 2005. http://www.pollingreport.com/disasters.htm. Accessed 15 October 2006.
Barak, G. (1991). Crimes by the capitalist state: An introduction to state criminality. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.
Barak, G., & Bohm, R. (1989). The crimes of the homeless or the crime of homelessness? On the dialectics of criminalization, decriminalization, and victimization. Crime, Law and Social Change, 13(3), 275–288.
Brinkley, D. (2006). The great deluge: Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans, and the Mississippi Gulf Coast. New York: Harper Collins.
BBC.com. (2005a). Bush insists help is on the way. http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/americas/4204754.stm. Accessed 2 November 2005.
BBC.com. (2005b). Draining of New Orleans completed. http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/1/hi/world/americas/4333482.stm. Accessed 18 July 2006.
Bergal, J. (2007). The storm. In Center For Public Integrity Investigation (Eds.), City adrift (pp.1–6). Baton Rouge: Louisiana University Press.
CBS News/New York Times Poll. (2006). Polling report August 17–21, 2006. http://www.pollingreport.com/disasters.htm. Accessed 15 October 2006.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention. (2008). Hurricane Katrina. http://www.bt.cdc.gov/disasters/hurricanes/katrina_2005.asp. Accessed 8 March 2008.
Childs, J. (2005). Hurricane Katrina: Response and responsibilities. Santa Cruz: New Pacific Press.
CNN.com. (2005a). Reaction to Katrina split on racial lines. http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/09/12/katrina.race.poll/. Accessed 15 April 2006.
CNN.com. (2005b). Pumps begin to drain New Orleans. http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/09/05/neworleans.levees/. Accessed 14 July 2006.
CNN.com. (2005c). Mayor: Parts of New Orleans to reopen. http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/09/15/katrina.impact/index.html. Accessed 14 July 2006.
Cohen, S. (2001). States of denial: Knowing about atrocities and suffering. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers Ltd.
Davis, T. (2006). A failure of initiative: The final report of the Select Bipartisan Committee to investigate the preparation for and response to Hurricane Katrina. http://katrina.house.gov/full_katrina_report.htm. Accessed 21 April 2006.
Dyson, M. (2006). Come hell or high water: Hurricane Katrina and the color of disaster. New York: Basic Civitas.
Friedrichs, D. O. (2004). Trusted criminals: White collar crime in contemporary society (2nd ed.) Belmont, CA: Wadsworth.
Green, P. (2004). Disaster by design: Corruption, construction, and catastrophe. British Journal of Criminology, 45, 528–546.
Green, P., & Ward, T. (2000). State crime, human rights, and the limits of criminology. Social Justice, 27, 101–120.
Green, P., & Ward, T. (2004). State crime: Governments, violence, and corruption. Sterling, VA: Pluto Press.
Grissett, S. (2004). Shifting federal budget erodes protection from levees: Because of cuts, hurricane risk grows. Times-Picayune June 8. http://nolassf.dev.advance.net/newsstory/levee08.html. Accessed 4 May 2006.
Hagan, J. (2004). Social skill, the Milosevic indictment, and the rebirth of international criminal justice. European Journal of Criminology, 1(4), 445–475.
Hagan, J., & Levi, R. (2005). Crimes of war and the force of law. Social Forces, 83(4), 1499–1534.
Heerden, I., & Bryan, M. (2006). The storm: What went wrong and why during Hurricane Katrina- The inside story from one Louisiana scientist. New York: Penguin Group.
Hillyard, P., Pantazis, C., Tombs, S., Gordon, D., & Dorling, D. (2005). Criminal obsessions: Why harm matters more than crime. London: Crime and Society Foundation.
Hillyard, P., Sim, J., Tombs, S., & Whyte, D. (2004). Leaving a stain upon the silence: Contemporary criminology and the politics of dissent. The British Journal of Criminology, 44(3), 369–390.
Hillyard, P., & Tombs, S. (2007). From ‘crime’ to social harm? Crime, Law and Social Change, 48(1–2), 9–25.
Hogan, M. J., Long, M. A., Stretesky, P. B., & Lynch, M. (2006). Campaign contributions, post-war reconstruction, and state crime. Deviant Behavior, 27(3), 269–297.
Hurricane Katrina Community Advisory Group, Harvard University (2006). Overview of baseline survey results. Cambridge, MA.
Jamieson, R., & McEvoy, K. (2005). State crime by proxy and juridical othering. The British Journal of Criminology, 45(4), 504–527.
Kauzlarich, D., & Kramer, R. C. (1998). Crimes of the American nuclear state: At home and abroad. Boston: Northeastern University Press.
Kauzlarich, D., Matthews, R., & Miller, W. J. (2002). Toward a victimology of state crime. Critical Criminology: An International Journal, 10(3), 173–194.
Kauzlarich, D., Mullins, C. W., & Matthews, R. A. (2003). A complicity continuum of state crime. Contemporary Justice Review, 6(3), 241–254.
Kessler, R., Galea, S., Jones, R., & Parker, H. (2006). Mental illness and suicidality after Hurricane Katrina. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 06-033019.
Kramer, R. C., & Michalowski, R. J. (2005). War, aggression and state crime: A criminological analysis of the invasion and occupation of Iraq. The British Journal of Criminology, 45(4), 446–469.
Lapham, L. (2007). Slum clearance. In South End Press Collective (Eds.), What lies beneath: Katrina, race, and the state of the nation (pp. 7–14). MA: South End Press.
Lindsay, R. (2008). Katrina death toll passes 4,000. http://robertlindsay.blogspot.com/2007/03/katrina-death-toll-passes-4000.html. Accessed 8 March 2008.
Louisiana Geographic Information Center (LAGIC). (2005). Louisiana hurricane impact atlas vol. 1. http://lagic.lsu.edu. Accessed 10 January 2006.
Lynch, M., & Stretesky, P. (2007). Green criminology in the Unites States. In P. Beirne, & N. South (Eds), Issues in green criminology: Confronting harms against environments, humanity, and other animals (pp. 248–269). Portland: Willan Publishing.
Lynch, M., Stretesky, P., & Burns, R. (2004). Slippery business: Race, class, and legal determinants of penalties against petroleum refineries. Journal of Black Studies, 34, 421–440.
Matthews, R., & Kauzlarich, D. (2007). State crimes and state harms: A tale of two definitional frameworks. Crime, Law, and Social Change, 48, 43–55.
Michalowski, R., & Kramer, R. C. (2006). State-corporate crime: Wrongdoing at the intersection of business and government. Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Milovanovic, D., & Henry, S. (2001). Constitutive definition of crime: Power as harm. In S. Henry, & M. Lanier (Eds.), What is crime? Controversies about the nature of crime and what to do about it (pp. 165–178). Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield.
Mileti, D. (1999). Disasters by design: A reassessment of natural hazards in the United States. Washington, DC: Joseph Henry Press.
Morris, J. (2007). Emergency preparedness. In Center For Public Integrity Investigation (Eds.), City Adrift (pp. 42–59). Baton Rouge: Louisiana University Press.
MSNBC.com. (2005). Katrina forecasters were remarkably accurate. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/9369041/. Accessed 17 September 2005.
MSNBC.com. (2006). Katrina investigation gets limited support. http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11042133/. Accessed 28 January 2006.
Mutter, J. (2008). Hurricane Katrina deceased victim list. http://www.katrinalist.columbia.edu. Accessed 7 March 2008.
National Weather Service (NWS). (2005). The eight days of Katrina: The advisories and discussions by the National Weather Service concerning Hurricane Katrina. Bradenton, FL: Ezfishfinder.com.
Passas, N., & Goodwin, N. (Eds.). (2004). It’s legal but it aint right: Harmful social consequences of legal industries. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
Pemberton, S. (2004). A theory of moral indifference: Understanding the production of harm in capitalist society. In P. Hillyard, C. Pantazis, S. Tombs, & D. Gordon (Eds.), Beyond criminology: Taking harms seriously (pp. 76–83). London: Pluto Press.
Ross, J. I. (2000a). Controlling state crime. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.
Ross, J. I. (2000b). Varieties of state crime and its control. Monsey, NJ: Criminal Justice Press.
Rothe, D., & Friedrichs, D. O. (2006). The state of the criminology of crimes of the state. Social Justice, 33(1), 147–162.
Rothe, D., & Mullins, C. W. (2006). Symbolic gestures and the generation of global social control: The International Criminal Court. Boston: Lexington.
Rothe, D., Muzzatti, S., & Mullins, C. W. (2006). Crime on the high seas: Crimes of globalization and the sinking of the Senegalese ferry le joola. Critical Criminology, 14(2), 159–180.
Russell, S. (2005). Since September 11, all roads lead to Rome. Critical Criminology, 13(1), 37–53.
Salaam, K. Y. (2007). Introduction: Below the water line. In South End Press Collective (Eds.), What lies beneath: Katrina, race, and the State of the Nation (pp. 1–7). MA: South End Press.
Seidman, I. (1998). Interviewing as qualitative research. New York: Teacher’s College Press.
Sharkey, P. (2007). Survival and death in New Orleans: An empirical look at the human impact of Katrina. Journal of Black Studies, 37, 482–501.
Squires, G., & Hartman, C. (2006). There is no such thing as a natural disaster: Race, class, and Katrina. New York: Rutledge.
Stanley, E. (2005). Truth commissions and the recognition of state crime. The British Journal of Criminology, 45(4), 582–597.
Stephens (2007). Testimony at the hearing before the subcommittee on oversight and investigations of the committee on energy and commerce, U.S. House of Representatives, 110th Congress, 1st session, March 13, 2007. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.
Sullivent, E., West, C., Noe, R., Thomas, L. J., Wallace, D., & Leeb, R. (2006). Nonfatal injuries following Hurricane Katrina–New Orleans, Louisiana, 2005. Journal of Safety Research, 37(2), 213–217.
Tifft, L., & Sullivan, D. (1980). The struggle to be human: Crime, criminology, and anarchism. Sanday, Orkney, UK: Cienfuegos Press.
Tifft, L., & Sullivan, D. (2006). Needs-based anarchist criminology. In S. Henry, & M. Lanier (Eds.), The essential criminology reader (pp. 259–277). Boston: Roman and Littlefield.
United States House of Representatives (2006). A failure of initiative: The final report of the Select Bipartisan Committee to investigate the preparation for and response to Hurricane Katrina. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office.
Walters, R. (2006). Crime, bio-agriculture and the exploitation of hunger. The British Journal of Criminology, 46(1), 26–45.
Ward, T. (2004). State harms. In P. Hillyard, C. Pantazis, S. Tombs, & D. Gordon (Eds.), Beyond criminology: Taking harms seriously (pp. 84–100). London: Pluto Press.
Weisler, R., Barbee, J., IV, & Townsend, M. (2006). Mental health and recovery in the Gulf Coast after Hurricane Katrina and Rita. Journal of the American Medical Association, 296(5), 585–588.
Welch, M. (2005). State crimes in America’s war on terror: Examining a culture of impunity. Capítulo Criminológico, 33(4), 391–428.
Welch, M. (2006). Scapegoats of September 11th: Hate crimes and state crime in the war on terror. Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Welch, M. (2007). Sovereign impunity in America’s war on terror: Examining reconfigured power and the absence of accountability. Crime, Law, and Social Change, 47(3), 135–150.
White, R. (2008). Depleted uranium, state crime, and the politics of knowing. Theoretical Criminology, 12(1), 31–54.
White, I., Philpot, T., Wylie, K., & McGowen, E. (2007). Feeling the pain of my people: Hurricane Katrina, racial inequality, and the psyche of black America. Journal of Black Studies, 37(4), 523–538.
White House Press Release. (2005). President outlines Hurricane Katrina relief efforts. http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2005/08/print/20050831-3.html. Accessed 2 November 2005.
Whoriskey, P., & Hsu, S. (2005). Return to New Orleans urged. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wpdyn/content/article/2005/10/12/AR2005101202500.html. Accessed 18 July 2006.