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Underworld as servant and smokescreen: Crimes of the Powerful and the evolution of organized crime control (2018)
Book Chapter
Woodiwiss, M. (2018). Underworld as servant and smokescreen: Crimes of the Powerful and the evolution of organized crime control. In S. Bittle, L. Snider, S. Tombs, & D. Whyte (Eds.), Revisiting Crimes of the Powerful: Marxism, Crime and Deviance. (1). London: Taylor & Francis (Routledge). https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315212333

Crimes of the Powerful (CotP), published in 1976, was the first book to make the case in any depth that the phenomena known as “corporate crime” and “organized crime” were not mutually exclusive. Frank Pearce argued that gangsters, far from being dic... Read More about Underworld as servant and smokescreen: Crimes of the Powerful and the evolution of organized crime control.

Crime's global reach (1992)
Book Chapter
Woodiwiss, M. (1992). Crime's global reach. In F. Pearce, & M. Woodiwiss (Eds.), Global Crime Connections: Dynamics and Control, 1-31. Macmillan

G-men to jar wars: Conditioning the public (1990)
Book Chapter
Woodiwiss, M. (1990). G-men to jar wars: Conditioning the public. In G. Day (Ed.), Trivial Pursuits: Readings in Popular Culture, 170-179. Palgrave Macmillan