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The Resource Crime, Networks and Power : Transformation of Sicilian Cosa Nostra

Crime, Networks and Power : Transformation of Sicilian Cosa Nostra

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Crime, Networks and Power : Transformation of Sicilian Cosa Nostra
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Crime, Networks and Power
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Transformation of Sicilian Cosa Nostra
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Crime, Networks and Power : Transformation of Sicilian Cosa Nostra
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Crime, Networks and Power : Transformation of Sicilian Cosa Nostra
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  • Crime, Networks and Power -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- 1 Introduction -- References -- 2 The Research of the Giuseppe Impastato Research Centre on the Mafia Phenomenon: More Than Thirty Years of Meticulous Study -- Introduction -- Diego Gambetta E La Protezione Immaginata Diego Gambetta and Imagined Protection -- Arlacchi and Catanzaro: The Limits of Understanding the Mafia as Purely a Business -- The Paradigm of Complexity: The Analytical Framework and Theoretical Conclusions -- The Urban Mafia. Public Procurement, Violence and Political Relations -- The "Mafia of Finance" and Trans-culture -- Conclusions -- References -- 3 The Mafia in the Post-Fordist Era -- Introduction -- From the Mafioso Bourgeoisie to the Horizontal Mafia: The Transformations in the World of Production and in the Politics of the Mafia -- Territory and Culture: Continuity and Transformations in the Post-Fordist Mafia -- The New Mafia and the Outsourcing of the "Dirty" Economies -- Conclusions -- References -- 4 Organised Crime or White-Collar Crime? The Case of the Sicilian Mafia -- Introduction -- Mafia, Camorra and 'Ndrangheta: Their Power Relations and Their Relationships with the Powerful -- White-Collar Industries and the Mafia in Formal Politics. From the Notarbartolo Case to the Massacres of 1992-1993 -- From Agriculture to Wall Street, the Mafia Has Always Been White Collar -- Conclusions -- References -- 5 The Sicilian Mafia Under Post-Fordism -- Introduction -- Between Industry and Brotherhood: The Short-Range Theories -- A Way Out: Paradigm of Complexity, Dirty Economies and Post-Fordism -- Octopus or Network? CN after the Cupola -- The Economic Network of Cosa Nostra -- The New Politics of Mafia -- Conclusions -- References -- Internet Sites -- 6 The Expansion of the Mafia in the Romagna Riviera -- Introduction
  • Creating the Right Conditions: From the Pleasure Economies to the Mafia in Exile -- The Vulcano Inquest, the Network Model of Criminal Infiltration -- Colonisation Failed: The Mirror Inquest -- Conclusions -- References -- 7 A Marriage of Necessity: Critical Criminology and the Study of Mafia Phenomena -- Introduction -- Trust, Status and Contagion. The Unstable Foundations of Common Place Theories on the Mafia -- The Anti-Mafia (Movement), the State and Upholding Equality in the Eyes of the Law -- From Sciascia to Saviano: Professionals or Moral Entrepreneurs? -- Conclusions -- References -- Index
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