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Criminology and archaeology studies in looted antiquities

Contributor(s): Green, Penny, 1957- | Mackenzie, S R M (Simon R. M.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Oñati international series in law and society: Publisher: Portland Hart 2009Description: xi,182p. ill., maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781841139920 .Subject(s): Archaeological theftsDDC classification: 364
Contents:
Introduction : a context for the engagement of criminology and archaeology / Simon Mackenzie and Penny Green -- Whither criminology in the study of the traffic in illicit antiquities? / Kenneth Polk -- Antiquities, forests, and Simmel's sociology of value / Tony Ward -- Consensual relations? : academic involvement in the illegal trade in ancient manuscripts / Neil Brodie -- Border controls in market countries as disincentives to antiquities looting at source? : the US-Italy bilateral agreement 2001 / Gordon Lobay -- The United Kingdom as a source country : some problems in regulating the market in UK antiquities and the challenge of the Internet / Roger Bland -- Crime goes underground : crimes against historical sites and remains in Sweden / Linda Källman and Lars Korsell -- The paradox of regulation : the politics of regulating global markets / David Whyte -- Criminalising the market in illicit antiquities : an evaluation of the Dealing in Cultural Objects (Offences) Act 2003 in England and Wales / Simon Mackenzie and Penny Green.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction : a context for the engagement of criminology and archaeology / Simon Mackenzie and Penny Green -- Whither criminology in the study of the traffic in illicit antiquities? / Kenneth Polk -- Antiquities, forests, and Simmel's sociology of value / Tony Ward -- Consensual relations? : academic involvement in the illegal trade in ancient manuscripts / Neil Brodie -- Border controls in market countries as disincentives to antiquities looting at source? : the US-Italy bilateral agreement 2001 / Gordon Lobay -- The United Kingdom as a source country : some problems in regulating the market in UK antiquities and the challenge of the Internet / Roger Bland -- Crime goes underground : crimes against historical sites and remains in Sweden / Linda Källman and Lars Korsell -- The paradox of regulation : the politics of regulating global markets / David Whyte -- Criminalising the market in illicit antiquities : an evaluation of the Dealing in Cultural Objects (Offences) Act 2003 in England and Wales / Simon Mackenzie and Penny Green.

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