Bibliographic Entries Country/Region Key Terms

"Guyana Police Force Acts of Terror". The Guyana Press. December 26, 2011.

Guyana, Africa police violence, police abuse

"Locked Up and Forgotten." A Conference on Penal Reform in Developing Countries. Police Staff College, Mirpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh. October 6-7, 2010.

Bangladesh, Asia illegal detention, prison overcrowding, penal reform, prison reform

"Modern Slavery Statistics." Abolition Media. Accessed February 2, 2012. Web. Available at

modern slavery, forced labor, human trafficking

"The Justice System in Bolivia: Rough justice." The Economist. March 19, 2012. Print.

Bolivia, South America, Latin America judicial reform, justice sector reform, everyday violence, access to justice

"Violence Against Women Information." Amnesty International. Accessed February 3, 2012. Web. Available at

violence against women, gender-based violence

"Widows in Third World Nations." Encyclopedia of Death and Dying. Accessed February 3, 2012. Web. Available at

India, South Asia widowhood and poverty, vulnerability to abuse, child labor, forced child marriage, trafficking in children

A. Alvazzi del Frate. Victims of crime in the developing world. Rome: United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Institute, 1998.

criminal justice systems, crime trends, crime reporting, victimization, crime victim survey, crime prevention, citizens attitudes

A. Buelles. "Minority Rights and Majority Interests: An Analysis of Development-Induced Displacement in the Narmada Valley, India." Ottawa, University of Ottawa. Master of Arts, 2012.

India, South Asia colonial legacy

A. Butchart, D. Brown, A. Khanh-Huynh, P. Corso, N. Florquin, and R. Muggah. Manual for estimating the economic costs of injuries due to interpersonal and self-directed violence. Geneva, CH: World Health Organization, 2008.

Brazil, Jamaica, Thailand, South America, Latin America, Caribbean, Southeast Asia violence, measuring violence, costs of violence-related injuries, cost of violence

A. C. Castles and M. C. Harris. Lawmakers and Wayward Whigs: Government and Law in South Australia, 1836-1986. Adelaide, Wakefield Press, 1987.

Australia colonial legacy, British colonial legacy, development of criminal justice system

A. Davidson. The Invisible State: The Formation of the Australian State, 1788-1901. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 1991.

Australia history of criminal justice in Australia

A. Harrington and T. Chopra. Arguing Traditions: Denying Kenya's Women Access to land rights. World Bank, 2010.

Kenya, Africa colonial legacy, women's rights, property rights, land rights

A. Johansen. "A Process of Civilisation? Legitimisation of Violent Policing in Prussian and French Police Manuals and Instructions, 1880-1914." European Review of History 14, no. 1 (2007): 49-71.

France, Europe violent policing, police and policing, development of the criminal justice system in France

A. Johansen. Soldiers as Police: The French and Prussian Armies and the Policing of Popular Protest, 1889-1914. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2005.

France, Europe police and policing, development of the criminal justice system in France

A. Q. Lodhi and C. Tilly. "Urbanization, Crime, and Collective Violence in 19th Century France." American Journal of Sociology 79, no. 2 (1973): 296-318.

France, Europe history of crime, collective violence, development of the criminal justice system in France

A. R. Gillis. "Crime and State Surveillance in Nineteenth-Century France." American Journal of Sociology 95, no.2 (1989): 307-341.

France, Europe history of crime, development of criminal justice in France

A. Shapiro. Breaking the Codes: Female Criminality in Fin-de-Siecle Paris. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1996.

France, Europe attitudes toward women, history of crime

Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo. Poor Economics: A Radical Rethinking of the Way to Fight Global Poverty. New York: Public Affairs, 2011.

poverty, fighting poverty, economics of poverty

Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, Daniel Keniston, and Nina Singh. “Making Police Reform Real: The Rajasthan Experiment.” A collaboration between Rajasthan Police/Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab, MIT, 2011.

India, South Asia police reform, police reform implementation, police training

Abhijit Banerjee, Raghabendra Chattopadhyay, Esther Duflo, Daniel Keniston, and Nina Singh. “Can Institutions Be Reformed from Within? Evidence from a Randomized Experiment with the Rajasthan Police.” Poverty Action Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2012) Web. Available online at

India, South Asia criminal justice reform, law enforcement reform

Abhijit Banerjee. “Police Performance and Public Perception in Rajasthan, India.” Web. Available online at

India, South Asia police corruption, police enforcement reform, criminal justice reform, police training

Abhijit Guha. "Missing the Wood for the Trees: A Paper on Land Acquisition, Past and Present." 2007. Retrieved 5 June, 2012. Web Access:

colonial legacy, land acquisition, land rights

Abigail Schwartz. “Sex Trafficking in Cambodia.” Columbia Journal of Asian Law 17, no.2 (2004): 371-432.

Cambodia, Southeast Asia sex trafficking, human trafficking, trafficking legislation, labor laws, international law

Action Aid. Study of the Homeless. Report, 2003.

inadequate housing, insecure tenure

Adam Di Paula and Richard Elias. Vancouver Police Community Policing Assessment Report: Business Survey Results for 2010. Vancouver, CA: NGR Research Group, 2011.

Vancouver, Canada, North America perception of police, perception of safety and crime, community participation/involvement

Adam Di Paula and Richard Elias. Vancouver Police Community Policing Assessment Report: Residential Survey Results for 2010. Vancouver, CA: NGR Research Group, 2011.

Vancouver, Canada, North America perception of police, perception of safety and crime, community participation/involvement

Adam Isacson and Nicole Ball. “U.S. Military and Police Assistance to Poor-Performing States. Short of the Goal. Ed. Nancy Birdsall, Milan Vaishnav, and Robert Ayres ( 2006): Available at hegoal/chap13.pdf

United States, North America US aid, security assistance, military and police training, good governance

Ade O. Akinlabi, Babatunde Hamed, and M. A. Awoniyi. “Corruption, foreign direct investment and economic growth in Nigeria: An empirical investigation.” Journal of Research in International Business Management 1, no. 9 (2011): 278-292. Web Access:

Nigeria, Africa corruption, effect of corruption, foreign aid

Administrative Staff College of India. Training Module for Sub-Inspector. Web. Available online at

India, South Asia criminal justice reform, police training

Adoyi F. Onoja. "Sustaining a Tradition of Policing Through Alienation: An assessment of recruitment and training in the colonial and postcolonial Nigeria police." Afrika Zamani, nos. 13 and 14 (2005–2006): 137–151.

Nigeria, Africa police and policing, colonial legacy, police recruitment, police training, police-public relationship

Adrianus E. Meliala . “Police Reform: The Indonesian Context.” Improving the Police’s Role and Performance in Protecting Human and Economic Security, Report from the ADB Symposium on Challenges in Implementing Access to Justice Reforms. Asian Development Bank (2005). Web. Available online at

Indonesia, Southeast Asia police corruption, police reform, police effectiveness, criminal justice reform, police accountability

AfriMAP and Open Society Initiative for West Africa, et al. Ghana: Justice Sector and the Rule of Law. Dakar: Open Society Initiative for West Africa, 2007.

Ghana, Africa access to justice

AfriMAP et al. “Ghana: Justice Sector and the Rule of Law.” Dakar: Open Society Initiative for West Africa (2007). Web. Available online at

South Africa, Africa access to justice

Alain Corbin. "Commercial Sexuality in Nineteenth-Century France: A System of Images and Regulations." Representations 14, no. 1 (1986): 209-219.

France, Europe commercial sex industry, attitudes toward sex workers, French model of regulation

Alan Doig, David Watt, and Robert Williams. “Hand’s On or Hand’s Off? Anti-Corruption Agencies in Action, Donor Expectations, and A Good Enough Reality.” Public Administration and Development 26 (2006): 163-172. Web Access:

anti-corruption, anti-corruption agency, role of anti-corruption agencies

Alan Morley. Vancouver: From Milltown to Metropolis Vancouver. Vancouver, Canada: Mitchell Press, 90-91.

Vancouver, Canada, North America historical legal systems, corruption, police and corruption, police reform

Albert Berry. “Review: Participation, violence, and development in four Andean countries.” Latin American Research Review 39, no. 3 (2004): 185-204.

Latin America, South America nation-building, democratization, economic development, extreme social inequity

Aldon Morris and Suzanne Staggenborg. "Leadership in Social Movements." in The Blackwell Companion to Social Movements, David A. Snow, Sarah A. Soule, and Hanspeter Kriesi, eds. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2007.

leaders and social movements, leadership, social movement theory, social composition of leadership

Ales Bulir and A. J. Hamann. "Volatility of Development Aid: From the frying pan into the fire?" World Development 36, no. 10 (2008): 2048-2066.

developmental aid

Alessandra Heinemann and Dorte Verner. “Crime and Violence in Development: A literature review of Latin America and the Caribbean.” The World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 4041, (October) 2006.

Latin America, Caribbean crime and violence, affect of violence on development, root causes of violence, social policies and preventative measures, predatory violence, violence against the poor

Alex Veit, Vanessa Barolsky, and Suren Pillay. “Violence and Violence Research in Africa South of the Sahara.” International Journal of Conflict and Violence 5, no. 1 (2011): 13-31.

Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, history of violence, social and criminal violence, everyday violence, youth violence, non-state-armed group violence, privatized security

Alexander Butchart. Preventing violence and reducing its impact: How development agencies can help. Geneva, CH: World Health Organization, 2008.

violence and development, violence prevention, the public health approach, strategies for violence prevention, international support

Alfred de Zayas. “human rights and Indefinite Detention.”

indefinite detention, arbitrary detention, human rights abuses

Alice Hills. "Towards a Critique of Policing and National Development in Africa." The Journal of Modern African Studies 34, no. 2. (1996): 271-291.

Africa police/policing and the developing world, liberalization, democracy, democratization, civil order, civil-military relations, governance, reconstruction

Alison Parker. Mixed Results: US policy and international standards on the rights and interests of victims of crime. New York: human rights Watch, 2008.

United States, North America victim's rights, victim's interests, comparison of current US law and international law

Alison Rutherford, Anthony B Zwi, Natalie J Grove, and Alexander Butchart. “Violence: a priority for public health? (part 2).” Journal Epidemiology and Community Health 61 (2007): 764–770.

violence, public health, global burden of injury from violence, causes of violence, resiliency, violence as preventable

Allan Christelow. "The Muslim Judge and Municipal Politics in Colonial Algeria and Senegal." Comparative Studies in Society and History 24, no. 1 (1982): 3-24.

Algeria, Senegal, Africa colonial legacy, Muslim courts, French colonial law, Islamic law

Allen Steinberg. The Transformation of Criminal Justice, Philadelphia, 1800-1880. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1989.

United States, North America criminal justice, politics and private prosecution, state prosecution, police authority, transformation of justice systems

Allen Steinberg. “The ‘Lawman’ in New York. William Travers Jones and the Origins of the Modern District Attorney in Turn-of-the-Century New York.” University of Toledo Law Review 34 (2007): 753-779.

United States, North America emergent reform, transforming the US justice system, redefining the role of the district attorney, non-partisan district attorney, Progressive Era