Transnational crime and illicit drug markets in Asia: the Philippine response

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    Abstract

    Crime and Punishment in the Philippines: Beyond Politics and Spectacle provides a rich tapestry of the continuing saga of crime, justice, and punishment. The chapters showcase the range of epistemologies and methods within the social sciences in examining contentious social issues across historical periods. The divergent worldviews of scholars and legislators, and the negotiated spaces between perpetrators, their families, and law enforcement agencies provide insights into the trove of information, cultural norms, and adaptive behaviors that accompany acts of crime and their corresponding punishments. Social justice, and sustainable and humane development can prevail if government were to use theory and data from the social sciences to craft policies, programs, and law enforcement strategies.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCrime and Punishment in the Philippines: Beyond Politics and Spectacle
    Editors Filomin C. Gutierrez
    Place of PublicationQuezon City, Philippines
    PublisherPhilippine Social Science Council
    Pages107-138
    Edition1st
    ISBN (Print)978-971-8514-40-5
    Publication statusPublished - 2020

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