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Environmental victimization and conflict resolution: a case study of e-waste

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The study of victimization that is suffered because of environmental crimes is relatively new, in that it takes up the idea of conflict resolution as a way forward for communities and individuals who have suffered harm and for the actors responsible. This chapter links environmental victimization to conflict resolution, whether through retributive reactions or restorative justice. We use a case study of illegal transports and dumping of e-waste to further explore the development of environmental victimology .
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environmental crime, victimization, conflict resolution, e-waste

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Bisschop, Lieselot, and Gudrun Vande Walle. “Environmental Victimization and Conflict Resolution: a Case Study of E-waste.” Debates in Green Criminology : Power, Justice and Environmental Harm. Ed. Tanya Wyatt, Reece Walters, & Diane Westerhuis. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 34–54. Print.
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Bisschop, L., & Vande Walle, G. (2013). Environmental victimization and conflict resolution: a case study of e-waste. In T. Wyatt, R. Walters, & D. Westerhuis (Eds.), Debates in green criminology : power, justice and environmental harm (pp. 34–54). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Bisschop, Lieselot, and Gudrun Vande Walle. 2013. “Environmental Victimization and Conflict Resolution: a Case Study of E-waste.” In Debates in Green Criminology : Power, Justice and Environmental Harm, ed. Tanya Wyatt, Reece Walters, and Diane Westerhuis, 34–54. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Bisschop, Lieselot, and Gudrun Vande Walle. 2013. “Environmental Victimization and Conflict Resolution: a Case Study of E-waste.” In Debates in Green Criminology : Power, Justice and Environmental Harm, ed. Tanya Wyatt, Reece Walters, and Diane Westerhuis, 34–54. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Bisschop L, Vande Walle G. Environmental victimization and conflict resolution: a case study of e-waste. In: Wyatt T, Walters R, Westerhuis D, editors. Debates in green criminology : power, justice and environmental harm. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan; 2013. p. 34–54.
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L. Bisschop and G. Vande Walle, “Environmental victimization and conflict resolution: a case study of e-waste,” in Debates in green criminology : power, justice and environmental harm, T. Wyatt, R. Walters, and D. Westerhuis, Eds. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, pp. 34–54.
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  abstract     = {The study of victimization that is suffered because of environmental crimes is relatively new, in that it takes up the idea of conflict resolution as a way forward for communities and individuals who have suffered harm and for the actors responsible. This chapter links environmental victimization to conflict resolution, whether through retributive reactions or restorative justice. We use a case study of illegal transports and dumping of e-waste to further explore the development of environmental victimology .},
  author       = {Bisschop, Lieselot and Vande Walle, Gudrun},
  booktitle    = {Debates in green criminology : power, justice and environmental harm},
  editor       = {Wyatt, Tanya and Walters, Reece and Westerhuis, Diane},
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  keywords     = {environmental crime,victimization,conflict resolution,e-waste},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {34--54},
  publisher    = {Palgrave Macmillan},
  series       = {Critical Criminological Perspectives},
  title        = {Environmental victimization and conflict resolution: a case study of e-waste},
  year         = {2013},
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