Part 3: Explores institutional responses to crimes and uses criminological theory to offer solutions
Part I: Are There Trends in Controlling Human Rights Violations?
- Chapter 1: When are Atrocities Crimes?
- Chapter 2: How and why have States and Governments been Constrained?
Part II: What can Criminology Contribute to (and Learn from) the Study of Serious Human Rights Violations?
- Chapter 3: How does Genocide Unfold?—The Case of the Holocaust
- Chapter 4: Can Genocide Studies and Criminology Enrich Each Other?
- Chapter 5: How can Criminology Address Contemporary Atrocities?
Part III: How can Human Rights Violations be Fought?