Table of contents for Migration, culture conflict, crime, and terrorism / edited by Joshua D. Freilich and Rob T. Guerette.

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Contents
Preface
Introduction
	Joshua D. Freilich
	Rob T. Guerette
Part I		Migration, Religion, Culture and Terrorism
1	Terrorism Rediscovered: The issue of Politically Inspired Criminality.
	Hans-Heiner Kuhne
2	Culture or Conflict? Migration, Culture Conflict, and Terrorism
	Roland Eckert
3	The 21st Century Kultur Kampf: Fundamentalist Islam Against Occidental Culture
	Shlomo Giora Shoham
4	Immigration, Security and Civil Liberties Post 9/11: A nAnalysisComparison of Legislative and Policy 
Responses to MigrantsNon-citizens in Australia, Canada, Great Britain, and and the United States
	Matthew R. Opesso
	Joshua D. Freilich
	Graeme R. Newman 
Part II	Migration and Offending Issues
5	Religiosity and Crime: Attitudes towards violence and delinquent behavior among young Christians and Muslims in Germany
	Katrin Brettfeld
	Peter Wetzels
6	Juvenile Criminality in Germany in Context of Migratory Processes
	Kerstin Reich
7	The prison situation of foreigners in Japan
	Koichi Miyazawa
	Philipp Osten
8	Media, Evil and Society: Media use and its impacts on crime perception, sentencing attitudes and crime policy in Germany
	Christian Pfeiffer
	Michael Windzio
	Matthias Kleimann
Part III	Organized Crime, Trafficking, and Refugees
9	The United Nations Global Programme Against Trafficking in Human Beings: Results from the Pilot Study
	Alexis Aronowitz
10	Transnational Organized Crime and Trafficking of Human Beings
	Fusun Sokullu-Akinci
11	Refugees and Human Rights: An International Law Perspective
	Turgut Tarhanli
 
Part IV	Responding to the Victimization of Migrants
12	Preventing Migrant Deaths: A Possible Role for Situational Crime Prevention
	Rob T. Guerette
13	Providing a Helping Hand to Battered Immigrant Women: The Professional¿s Perspectives
	Edna Erez
	Linsey Britz
14	Dealing with Domestic Violence in India: A Problem Solving Model for Police
	Mangai Natarajan
About the Authors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Crime -- Social aspects.
Terrorism -- Social aspects.
Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects.
Immigrants -- Social conditions.
Alien criminals.
Culture conflict.
Crime -- Religious aspects.