Związki zielonej kryminologii z kryminologią tradycyjną

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zielona kryminologia
kryminologia tradycyjna
przestępczość przeciwko środowisku naturalnemu
green criminology
mainstream criminology
environmental criminality

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Drzazga, E. (2019). Związki zielonej kryminologii z kryminologią tradycyjną. Archiwum Kryminologii, (XLI/1), 9–29. https://doi.org/10.7420/AK2019A

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Zielona kryminologia, mimo że od początku funkcjonuje pod szyldem nurtu krytycznego w obrębie kryminologii, powoli zaczyna mieć coraz więcej wspólnego z kryminologią tradycyjną. Przedmiotem artykułu są wzajemne powiązania tego nowego kierunku z tradycyjnymi rozważaniami na temat przestępczości. Zielona kryminologia zdaje się mieć wiele do zaoferowania kryminologii tradycyjnej, wzbogacając ją o perspektywy, które dotychczas były niezauważane lub pomijane. Z kolei dorobek tradycyjnej kryminologii dostarcza użytecznych rozwiązań i koncepcji umożliwiających rozwój zielonej kryminologii.

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