Vol. 1, Issue 2: Fall 2005


Re-Mapping Africa
By Biko Agozino


Walter Rodney And Black Power: Jamaican Intelligence And Us Diplomacy
By Michael O. West
A Refutation Of Racial Differentials In The Juvenile Recidivism Rate Hypothesis
By Jospeter M. Mbuba
Ethnicity And Crime: Criminal Behavior Redefined
By Noel Otu & Nancy A. Horton
Exploring Police Relations With The Immigrant Minority In The Context Of Racism And Discrimination: A View From Turku, Finland
By Stephen Egharevba & Lauri Hannikainen

Field Note

Hidden Laws In Uganda
By Kathryn Barrett-Gaines

Research Note

Value Orientation Of Minor Law-Breakers In The Republic Of Mali
By Bourema kansaye

Book Reviews

Review Essays on two chapters relevant to Africa in Transnational & Comparative Criminology (2005).
Sheptycki, James & Ali Wardak (eds), London: Glasshouse Press, 375 pages.

Crime, Criminology And Post-Colonial Theory: Criminological Reflections On West Africa, by Biko Agozino.
By Nonso Okereafoezeke
Some Critical Reflections on the Governance of Crime in Post-Apartheid South Africa, by Anne-Marie Singh.
By Nonso Okereafoezeke

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