Routledge Handbook of South Asian Criminology
Coordinator: Jaishankar K.Language: Anglais
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Although literature, religion and cultural practices of the South Asian region demonstrate a traditionally rich understanding of criminology and victimology, this book is the only one in print to focus on the region. It covers crime, criminal justice and victimization in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, focusing on the issues, their effect on the country and the government's efforts to mitigate them. Authors are from the U.S., India, UK, Australia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Singapore.
Introduction: South Asian Criminology at a Crossroad; PART I. CRIME AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROCESSES; 1. Afghanistan: State and Non-State oriented Criminal Justice Systems; 2. Bangladesh: Issues and Introspections on Crime and Criminal Justice; 3. Bhutan: Penal Laws, Crimes and Criminal Justice Processes; 4. India: A Historical Perspective of Criminal Justice System; 5. Maldives: Towards the Reformation of Criminal Justice System; 6. Nepal: Institutions in the Criminal Justice System and the Need for Reforms; 7. Pakistan: Criminal Justice Processes and Issues of Crime, Policing, Judiciary, and Prisons; 8. Sri Lanka: Criminal Justice System and Rule of Law; PART II. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES OF CRIME AND JUSTICE; 9. Criminal Justice Tenets in Manusmriti: A Critical Appraisal of the Ancient Indian Hindu Code; 10. Witchcraft Accusation, Victimization and Demonology in Nepal; 11. Crime and Justice in Ancient South India (Sangam Age): Gleanings from Tamil Literature; 12. Goondas of Calcutta: Crimes and Policing in the Colonial India; 13. Opium Production in India, Pakistan and Afghanistan: Historical Milieu and Counter Measures; 14. Homicide in Ancient, Medieval, British and Contemporary India; PART III. POLITICS OF CRIME AND JUSTICE; 15. Terror and Trafficking in Afghanistan, Pakistan and India: A Routine Activity Approach; 16. War, Crime, Justice and Social order in Afghanistan; 17. Organised Crime, Gangs and the Complexity of Group Offending in Bangladesh; 18. War Crimes in Sri Lanka; 19. Madaris and Suicide Terrorism in Pakistan: Is there an Association?; 20. Post-conflict crime and violence in Nepal: Trends, dynamics and drivers; 21. Religious Terrorism in Bangladesh: Patterns, Trends and Causes; PART IV. CRIME AND JUSTICE POLICIES; 22. Human Trafficking in South Asia: Regional Cooperation and Responses; 23. Religious, Societal Reflection and Rights of Transgender in India; 24. Transitional Justice Processes in Bangladesh; 25. ‘Nirbhaya Incident’ and Juvenile Justice Policies in India: A Situational Analysis; 26. Crime among Young Offenders in Bhutan: Trends, Factors and Determinants; PART V. VICTIMS AND VICTIMIZATION; 27. Women Victims of War and Crime in Afghanistan; 28. Human Trafficking in Nepal: A Victimological Perspective; 29. Political Crime Victimization in Bangladesh; 30. Traditional Practices and Victimization of Women in Nepal: The Case of Chhaupadi; 31. Rohingyas in Myanmar and Bangladesh: An Examination of Collective and Secondary Victimization; Conclusion