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Criminal Law

Country Sections and Supra-Regional Sections (Criminal Law)


The country sections have the same name as the country concerned; the supra-regional sections are named after the area (e.g. Latin America) or after the factual connection (e.g. Islam). Country sections and supra-regional sections are divided into systematic groups that each bear an upper case letter of the alphabet. The classification is as follows.

A
General
B
Material Criminal Law
C
Material Offenses Outside the Criminal Code and Procedural Rights
D
Criminal Proceedings, Organization of the Court System
E
Penal System
G
Public Law
H
Private Law and Other Areas of Law

A
General
A 10
Law gazettes, statutory texts/materials (on several areas of law)
A 15
Drafts, official material on reforms (see also Criminology 15) (excluding offenses outside the criminal code)
a
Material law
b
Procedural law
A 16
Material on reforms (scholarly works, etc.) (excluding offenses outside the criminal code); criminal policy
a
Material law
b
Procedural law
c
Reform institutions
A 20
Legal system
A 21
Encyclopedias (legal encyclopedias)
A 22
Overall depictions of law (commentaries on all areas of law, introduction to law)
A 23
Other; empirical studies
A 24
Studies on the administration of criminal justice (material law and the administration of justice), forensic expert opinions
A 25
Methods
A 27
European law (if not included in European Law)
A 30
General jurisprudence. Philosophy of law
A 31
Philosophy (non-European countries)
A 34
Politics; literature on national socialism, ethnic cleansing (if not included in Criminology 47.3)
A 35
Sociology (only publications up to 1991)
A 36
Sociology of law
A 38
National ethnology and anthropology
A 39
History
A 40
History of law
A 41
Philosophy of law (non-European countries only)
A 45
Biographies, biographical works
A 47
Reference works
A 49
Famous criminal trials, trial reports
A 50
Regional and cultural studies, national geography, political sociology, economics
A 51
Research and teaching institutions, legal education
A 60
Festschriften, collected treatieses
A 70
Legal dictionaries, etc.
A 72
Teaching material (guidelines for law studies and for the administration of justice)
A 74
Casebooks (for teaching purpose)
A 76
Bibliographical works
A 77
Other tools fort he purpose of finding laws, literature and judgements (see also Country Section A 47)
A 80
Collection of cases. Collection of headnotes
A 81
Expert opinions on Islamic law (Fetwa collections or the like)
A 85
Individual conference reports
A 88
Yearbooks, archives, periodical conference reports
A 90
Journals
B
Material Criminal Law
B 10
Statutory texts (with ancillary laws, with comments and brief annotations when available)
B 12
General theory of criminal justice (see also Country Section B 70)
B 13
Criminal law system
B 14
Criminal policy
B 15
History of criminal law
B 20
Commentaries. Brief commentaries
B 22
Encyclopedias and legal dictionaries on criminal law
B 30
Handbooks, textbooks. Outlines (General and Special Parts)
B 31
Handbooks. Outlines (General Part)
B 32
Handbooks. Outlines (Special Part)
B 50
Individual writings - General and Special Parts, collected writings
B 60
Individual writings - General Part
B 61
Criminal law in a temporal, spatial and personal context, analogy; statements of fact
B 62
Classification of punishable acts. Criminal law and the law on sanctions. General theories on criminal law violations and administrative sanctions
B 63
Punishable acts in general
B 64
(Distinguishing between) the elements of the offense
a
General
b
Concept of action. Commission and omission
c
Causality
d
Exclusion from offense definition. Social adequacy
B 65
Unlawfulness
a
General
b
Exercising rights. Acting based on the law, on a lawful or binding order. Right to resist. Lawfulness of exercise of office
c
Self-defense
d
State of emergency (also beyond law)
e
Consent. Putative consent of the injured
f
Special grounds for exclusion from wrongdoing
B 66
The subjective elements of the offense
a
Culpability in general
b
Soundness of mind
c
Intent and motive
d
Mens rea and negligence. Lack of knowledge and error
e
Grounds for exclusion from culpability
f
Dangerousness
B 67
Perpetration and participation. Punishable natural and legal persons. Offenders
a
General
b
Perpetration. Joint perpetration. Indirect perpetration
c
Participation. Incitement. Aiding and abetting. Conspiracy
B 68
Consummation. Attempt. Preparation
a
General
b
Attempt
c
Futile attempt. Lack of elements of the offense
d
Abandoned attempt, active repentance
e
Preparation
B 69
Concurrence of criminal acts
a
General
b
Single and multiple acts. Continued acts. Concurrence of offenses in one act and accumulation of offenses
c
Concurrence of laws
B 70
Punishment in general. Concept of punishment. Types of punishment (criminal punishment, police fines, administrative fines, etc.). Purpose of punishment. Types of sanctions (see also Country Section B 12)
B 71
Death penalty. Corporal punishment
a
General
b
Death penalty
c
Corporal punishment
B 72
Prison sentences. Detention measures (see also Country Section B 75)
a
General
b
Prison. Uniform sentencing
c
Penitentiary. Compulsory labor
d
Imprisonment
e
Fortress detention. Detention without punishment (custodia honesta)
f
Banishment (exile)
g
Punishment and measures with detention to reform offenders
h
Workhouse. Work education institute
i
Indeterminate sentence. Other special prison sentences and detention measures (e.g. admission to a mental health facility); preventive detention
B 73
Confiscatory expropriation penalties
a
General
b
Fines. Fines levied on property
c
Forfeiture. Value confiscation. Skimming off excess profits
d
Imprisonment in default of payment of a fine, finde in default of imprisonment. Arrest to enforce a court order
B 74
Supplementary penalties and public humiliation
a
General
b
Degrading punishment. Deprivation of one’s rights as a citizen, of the right to vote, etc.
c
Inability to meet duties of office. Disqualification from holding public office
d
(Legal) incapacitation. Loss of parental authority
e
Occupational ban
B 75
Security measures, measures of redress, and health welfare measures
a
General; driving ban, revocation of one’s driver’s license
b
Caution; reprimand
c
Suretyship. Bail, etc.
d
Supervision by a social worker. Parole. Correctional work without detention. Community service
e
Police supervision; supervision of conduct
f
Residence bans and rules
g
Expulsion (see also International Law 74)
h
Medical intervention. Castration. Sterilization
i
Compensation for damages. Compensation to the injured party. Redress. Offender-victim mediation. Mediation
B 76
Sentencing
a
General
b
Mitigation of sentence
c
Enhancement of sentence
d
Recidivism, in particular
B 77
Statute of limitations for prosecution of crimes and limitation for enforcement of penalties
a
General
b
Statute of limitations for prosecution of crimes
c
Limitation for enforcement of penalties
B 78
Conditional sentences and release. Suspended sentences. Parole
B 79
Pardon. Remission. Amnesty. Rehabilitation. Abolition
B 80
Individual writings - Special Part
B 81
Crimes against the State
a
General
b
High treason
c
(Domestic) treason
d
Criminal acts against foreign states, their leaders and representatives
e
Criminal offenses against public order and security (dangerous associations, criminal offenses against the State in general and against public health, criminal offenses constituting a public danger, intoxication offenses, violation of civic duties, crimes of omission, hooliganism); terrorism
f
Criminal offenses against the public administration. Crimes and misdemeanors committed while in office
g
Criminal offenses against the administration of justice (refusal to fulfil legal obligations. Falsification in administration of justice, perjury, preferential treatment, resistance against the administration of criminal justice)
h
Begging and vagrancy
B 82
Crimes against fundamental rights, human rights and international law
a
General; protection of privacy; stalking
b
Criminal offenses against political freedom
c
Criminal offenses against religious freedom. Apostasy. Disturbance of the dead
d
Criminal offenses against personal freedom
e
Criminal offenses against the domestic peace
f
Criminal offenses against confidentiality
g
Criminal offenses against economic freedom
h
Hate crimes, sedition
i
Discrimination. Mobbing
k
Torture
B 83
Criminal against public credibility
a
General; check fraud
b
Counterfeiting of coins
c
Other types of counterfeiting (especially falsification of documents)
d
Commercial and industrial fraud; corporate crime (criminal acts of bankruptcy, false accounting)
e
Money laundering
B 84
Crimes against morality, the family, the personal status registry and decency
a
General
b
Criminal offenses against morality; sexual offenses
c
Offenses related to the family, marriage and the personal status registry
d
Gambling and other offenses against decency
B 85
Crimes causing injury to life, limb, and honor; Criminal offenses in the area of medicine (only legal literature related to core criminal law)
a
General and comprehensive literature; intentional homicides; involuntary homicides; suicides
b
Euthanasia; termination of medical treatment
c
Termination of pregnancy
d
Artificially influencing fertility (contraception; insemination; in-vitro fertilization)
e
Medical treatment; malpractice
f
Experiments with human subjects; compassionate trials; drug testing; methods outside the medical mainstream; gene manipulation
g
Organ transplants
h
Coercive medical treatment
i
Bodily harm; damage to the embryo
k
Violation of duties of supervision/care
l
Honor crimes
B 86
Crimes against assets and property
a
General
b
Theft
c
Robbery
d
Misappropriation; embezzlement
e
Damage to property; graffiti
B 87
Other crimes against assets
a
Fraud
b
Breach of trust
c
Usury
d
Receiving/handling stolen goods; preference
e
Blackmail/extortion
f
Interference with possession/trespassing/ impairment of property; other infringements of rights, e.g. hunting rights and forest law
B 88
Organized crime
C
Material Offenses Outside the Criminal Code (and procedures not otherwise depicted), including reforms
C 10
Statutory texts, comprehensive material (federal and state)
C 11
Statutory texts, comprehensive material (states)
C 20
Commentaries
C 30
Textbooks
C 35
Individual writings
C 40
Juvenile criminal law: Statutory texts, commentaries
C 41
Juvenile criminal law: Basic information, textbooks
C 42
Juvenile criminal law: Individual writings
C 43
Juvenile criminal law: Practice of jurisdiction
C 44
Juvenile criminal law: Jurisdiction and proceedings
C 45
Protection of minors
C 46
Child and youth welfare law
C 50
Administrative criminal law, police law, etc.: Statutory texts, general depictions (federal and state)
C 51
Administrative criminal law, police law, etc.: Statutory texts, general depictions (states)
C 52
Administrative criminal law, police law, etc.: Treatises
C 53
Administrative criminal law, police law, etc.: Practice
C 55
Criminal traffic law. Traffic law. Skiing law
C 58
Broadcasting law. Telecommunications law
C 59
Internet law; cyberlaw (only publications up to 2004)
C 60
Criminal tax law. Fiscal law. Tax law. Customs
C 65
Economic criminal law (against the economic order in general), commercial law (under public law), anti-trust law
C 66
Criminal labor law
C 67
Criminal law and environmental protection, environmental law
C 70
Criminal law and the press, press law. Media law (only publications up to 2004)
C 71
Computer criminal law. Computer law (only publications up to 2004)
C 72
Criminal law and sports
C 80
Drug crimes law (prior to 1999, see also: Other criminal offenses outside the criminal code)
C 81
Sonstiges Other criminal offenses outside the criminal code (prior to 1999 under: Country Section C 80)
C 85
Military criminal law: Statutory texts. Commentaries. Handbooks. Comprehensive depictions
C 86
Military criminal law: Laws (substantive law). Commentaries, textbooks
C 87
Military criminal law: Laws (procedural law). Commentaries, textbooks
C 88
Military criminal law: Individual writings
D
Criminal Proceedings, Organization of the Court System
D 10
Statutory texts. Materials. Reforms
D 15
History of the administration of criminal justice
D 18
The administration of criminal justice in practice
D 20
Commentaries. (Proceedings and organization of the court system)
a
Criminal proceedings and organization of the court system
b
Other forms of the administration of justice
D 21
Commentaries (criminal proceedings)
D 22
Commentaries (organization of the court system)
D 23
Commentaries (other jurisdictions)
D 29
Commentaries (legal assistance)
D 30
Textbooks. (Criminal proceedings and organization of the courts)
D 31
Textbooks. Criminal proceedings
D 32
Textbooks. Organization of the courts
D 33
Other (criminal proceedings, organization of the courts, other forms of the administration of justice, judicial administration); form books
D 34
Social jurisdiction, corporate courts. Corporate justice, site security
D 35
Individual writings (proceedings and organization of the court system)
D 40
Individual writings on criminal proceedings
D 43
Types of proceedings. Proceedings before different courts. Proceedings in special cases, adhesion
D 45
Parties. Victimes. Criminal charges. Objections
D 47
Defendant. Defense. Legal aid; legal advice
D 48
Proceedings (preliminary and interlocutory proceedings)
D 49
Preliminary investigation (committal proceedings)
D 50
Initiation of proceedings. Criminal charges
a
General
b
Public prosecution
c
Private prosecution (private criminal action)
d
Ancillary suit (incidental action)
D 52
Criminal police (for Interpol, see International Law 79)
D 53
Investigation activities. Coercive procedural measures (search and seizure, remand custody)
D 55
Judicial procedure (main proceedings)
D 56
Law of evidence. Evidence and general taking of evidence (oath)
D 57
Witnesses
D 58
Experts
D 60
Judgments. Decisions. Legal force
D 61
Appellate proceedings
D 62
Proceedings in cases involving extraordinary legal remedies. Reopening. Miscarriage of justice
D 63
Costs
D 64
Reparations to innocent victims of persecution
D 65
Special proceedings (detention proceedings, etc., summary proceedings)
D 67
Police procedures in police and economic criminal law matters
D 68
Tax proceedings in tax and fiscal criminal law matters
D 69
Mediation
D 70
Individual writings on organization of the court system
D 80
Judges. Prosecutors
D 82
Organization of criminal tribunals. Jurisdiction. Conflict of competence
D 84
Individual criminal tribunals. Jury
D 90
Special forms of organization
D 100
Law of the legal profession
E
Penal System (legal works found here; see also Criminology 70 ff.)
E 1
The penal system in general (Official depictions. Reform)
E 3
History of the penal system
E 5
Penal execution: Implementation and course (statutory texts)
E 6
Penal execution: Implementation and course (commentaries, textbooks, etc.)
E 7
Individual writings. Enforcement
E 8
Criminal register
E 10
Penal institutions in general
E 11
Cell prisons. Prison. Penitentiary
E 12
Compulsory labor
E 13
Prison colonies. Concentration camps. Custody detention centers
E 14
Penal institutions between prison and reformatory. Half-open and open institutions
E 15
Reformatories. Reform schools. Correctional centers for juveniles (youth detention centers). Corrective work law
E 16
Workhouses. Homes for beggars. Asylum
E 17
Military prisons. Fortresses
E 18
Special penitentiaries
E 19
Other institutions. Mental health facilities, etc. Detoxification centers; hospital order treatment
E 21
Institution order. Institution discipline. Institution punishment
E 23
General administration measures
E 24
LPrison conduct. Diet. Clothing. Rest periods. Cases of special treatment (political prisoners)
E 25
Prison work. Uses for renumeration
E 26
Education and training of prisoners in general. Vocational training
E 27
Possibility for prisoners to practise religion
E 28
Prison welfare. Relations with the outside world. Prison health care
E 29
Prison privileges. Prison leave. Furlough. Leave, etc.
E 30
Prison officers. Public servants in penitentiaries and penal institutions
E 40
Stages of the penal system
E 50
Enforcement of measures and special punishment (general)
E 52
Enforcement of measures and special punishment for adults
E 53
Measures outside of prison. Community treatment. Electronic monitoring
E 57
Enforcement of measures and special punishment for juveniles
E 58
Borstals and similar institutions
E 65
Adult welfare
E 68
Youth welfare. Foster care
E 70
Welfare of released prisoners
E 72
Parole. Supervision by a social worker
E 80
Enforcement of fines
E 83
Enforcement of imprisonment in default of payment of a fine and arrest to inforce a court order
E 85
Execution of remand custody
G
Public Law
G 1
Public Law, general
G 10
Constitutional law. General political science
G 11
Constitutions. Treaties. Commentaries
G 12
Individual writings on constitutional law, etc.
G 13
Public authority. Immunity
G 15
Fundamental rights. Right of assembly. Citizenship
G 17
Right to vote
G 18
Human rights (in the respective country only, otherwise International Law 40)
G 19
State jurisdiction. Procedures in constitutional matters. Constitutional jurisdiction
G 20
Administrative law. Laws and commentaries (on special administrative law, see Country Section G 24)
G 21
Overall depictions, textbooks
G 22
International administrative law
G 23
General administrative law
G 24
Special administrative law (traffic law, see Country Section C 55, Telecommunications law, see Country Section C 58, Tax law, see Country Section C 80, Anti-trust law, see Country Section C 65, Press law, see Country Section C 70); Detention
Publications since 1999:
a
Security law. Police law. Detention law. Customs investigations
b
Law on aliens (Law related to foreign nationals). Asylum law
c
Data protection law (only publications up to 2004)
d
Military law. Civilian service law
e
Weapons law. Hunting rights. Animal protection
f
Education rights. University law. School legislation
g
Construction law. Transport legislation
h
Commercial law
x
Other areas of law
G 25
(General) administrative practice
G 27
Disciplinary law. Disciplinary law in the military
G 28
Administrative procedures. Ombudsman
G 29
Administrative jurisdiction. Administrative court proceedings
G 35
Laws/codes of professional conduct (law of the legal profession, see Country Section D 100)
G 64
Reparations to victims of crime
G 66
Colonial law. Law of the overseas territories and protectorates
G 68
Minority rights
G 69
Women’s rights and children’s rights
G 70
Church law (see also canon law as a separate group in the country section)
G 90
Occupation law (see also International Law 53)
G 95
Military law (disciplinary law in the military, see Country Section G 27), civilian service
G 96
Social law
G 97
“Drop-out programs“ for deviant social groups
H
Private Law and Other Areas of Law
H 1
Private law and other areas of law
H 5
International private law (see also General 55)
H 10
Civil law. Laws. Materials. Commentaries. Textbooks
H 12
Comprehensive works
H 13
General Part of the Civil Code
H 14
Law of obligations, property law, family law and inheritance law
H 16
Voluntary jurisdiction
H 18
Employment law
H 19
Ancillary laws. Other
H 20
Commercial and business law (for anti-trust law, see Country Section C 65)
H 91
Civil procedure. Statutory texts. Materials. Commentaries. Textbooks
H 92
Foreclosure and bankruptcy. Insolvency. Statutory texts. Materials. Commentaries. Textbooks
H 94
Individual writings on proceedings
H 97
Non-contentious proceedings
H 98
Jurisdiction in labor matters (labor courts). Procedures in labor disputes

Allg

Section "General" (Allgemein)


Key for the section "General":

a
Bibliographies, catalogs
b
Reference works, dictionaries, address books
c
Collected works (Festschriften, collected critiques)
d
Historical presentation
e
Systematic presentation (handbooks and textbooks)
f
Methodology and history of research
g - y
Monographs, as specified ("x", if nothing is specified)
z
Periodicals, yearbooks

10
Collected works
20
Conference proceedings
21
Material on congresses, international agreements and organizations
30
General comparative law works. Methods and techniques of comparative law
33
Comparative law legislative material
35
Assistance, legal dictionaries, bibliographies, biographies (if encyclopedias)
38
Other, politics
40
Comparative law works (general law, supranational legal systems)
41
Laws of classical antiquity (Roman law, etc.); legal history
45
Comparative law: criminal law
50
Comparative law: criminal law statutes in addition to the Penal Code
51
Comparative law: criminal procedure, system of judicature
52
Comparative law: imprisonment
54
Comparative law: public law
55
Comparative law: private law
58
Comparative law: other
88
International yearbooks and archives. Serial publications from institutes
90
Comparative law periodicals
93
(General) history, cultural history, archeology (social history, see General 150 d)
94
Politics (political sociology, see General 150 h)
95
Development policy
99
Dictionaries, grammar books
100
Linguistics
108
Theology
110
Philosophy (cf. General 120)
g
Logic
i
Ethics
l
Dialectic materialism (general philosophy)
n
Legal philosophy (also Country Section A 30)
p
Anthropological philosophy
111
Ethics (except for medical ethics)
g
Ethics and religion
h
Ethics and philosophy
i
Ethics and law
k
Ethics and science
l
Ethics and politics
m
Ethics in the workplace
n
Social ethics
120
Scientific and organization theory
g
Scientific theory, theory of knowledge
i
Scientific organization
p
Science and politics
124
Cybernetics, operations research, system analysis
g
IT
r
Cybernetics and law
126
Statistics
128
Futurology
130
Environmental studies
132
Peace studies, conflict studies
134
Communication studies
140
Social sciences
i
Critique of ideology
m
Social anthropology
p
Social policy
150
Sociology (youth and family sociology, see General 186 k)
g
General theory
h
Political sociology: sovereignty, bureaucracy, the state
i
Political sociology in individual countries
k
Social layers and mobility
l
Social change, social movements, collective behavior, revolution, anarchy
m
Work, occupation, free-time
n
Business, industry
p
Sociology of education
q
Sociology of school
r
(publications until 1998)
s
Sociology of law
t
Public opinion research
u
Urbanism, urban sociology
w
Sociology of knowledge
154
Ethnology
g
Ethnology of law
i
Folklore
156
Pedagogy (pedagogic psychology, see General 160 i)
g
Sexual pedagogy
h
Social pedagogy, social work
i
Sport
s
Special needs pedagogy
158
Ethnology, comparative behavioral science
160
Psychology (youth psychology, see General 186 i)
g
Character, personality
i
Pedagogic psychology, teaching psychology
k
Clinical psychology, medical psychology
m
Work, business
o
Traffic psychology
p
Social psychology (including group dynamics)
q
Legal psychology
r
Individual tests
t
Therapy
v
Parapsychology
162
Psychoanalysis
g
Therapy
164
Psychiatry (publications until 1998)
g
Illnesses and abnormalities
i
Social psychiatry
k
Legal psychiatry
m
Therapy (including psychopharmacology)
170
Medicine, general (publications until 1998)
g
Traffic safety
i
Social medicine, social hygiene ( social anthropology, see General 182 k)
k
Medicine and ethics
n
Pharmacology (except for narcotics, see Criminology 56)
171
Experimental medicine (publications until 1998)
g
Therapeutic trials
h
Scientific (non-therapeutic) trials
i
Gene technology
k
Animal trials
172
Legal medicine (publications until 1998)
g
Toxicology
i
Alcohol measurement
j
Blood grouping
180
Biology
182
Human biology, natural scientific anthropology
g
Genetics
i
Human constitution
k
Social anthropology (social hygiene, see General 170 i)
184
Sexology
186
Youth studies
g
Biology
i
Psychology, psychiatry
k
Sociology (including family sociology); gender studies
190
Mathematics
200
Natural sciences
202
Chemistry
203
Individual natural sciences
208
Technology
g
Traffic technology
220
Economics
g
National and global economics
i
Business economics
k
Agricultural economics
226
Militaria
230
Geography
g
Atlases
240
Journalism
250
Art, artistic media
258
Literature
g
General, comparative works
i
Individual literature
m
Rhetoric
o
Humor

EuR

Section "European Law" (Europarecht)

1
General
1.1
Depictions of European law
1.11
Systematic and basic depictions of European law; textbooks on European law (general)
1.12
Depictions of European Union law / European Community law; textbooks on European law; commentaries on EC/EU treaties; depictions of the Maastricht Treaty, Amsterdam Treaty, and Treaty of Nice
1.2
Commemorative publications, collected editions
1.3
Reference works, dictionaries, directories; bibliographies
1.4
Legal texts; statutory texts
1.6
History and politics (European integration; establishment of the European Community; enlargement, accession negotiations)
1.7
European organizations and associations (non-EU)
1.71
Council of Europe (general depictions of the Council of Europe, congress reports of a general nature, Council of Europe bodies and institutions not included under European Law 7; Council of Europe conventions and agreements (excluding ECHR; if not included in individual subject groups)
1.72
Other European organiatzions (OECD, EDC, etc.)
1.8
Regional and cultural studies; population; economics
1.9
Other
2
Council of Europe (general)
2.1
General depictions of the Council of Europe, congress reports of a general nature, Council of Europe bodies and institutions not included under European Law 7; Council of Europe conventions and agreements (excluding ECHR; if not included in individual subject groups)
2.2
Individual activities of the Council of Europe
2.5
Conventions
2.9
Other
4
Area of freedom, security and justice (not including cooperation in civil and criminal matters)
4.1
General depictions covering more than one topic (Schengen, see European Law 5.42)
4.2
Asylum, visa, immigration
4.9
Other
5
European criminal law
5.1
General principles of European criminal law
5.11
General depictions; textbooks
5.12
Anthologies
5.13
Commemorative publications, collected editions
5.14
Europeanization and harmonization of criminal law; Corpus Juris
5.15
Community law sanctions; criminal liability of legal persons
5.19
Other
5.2
Criminal law protection oft he EC’s financial interests (anti-fraud measures; OLAF)
5.3
Individual issues; individual offenses
5.31
Comprehensive literature covering more than one area
5.32
Terrorism
5.33
Organized crime
5.34
Illicit drug trafficking
5.35
Money laundering; corruption (if not under European Law 5.2)
5.36
Environmental crime
5.39
Other offenses in European criminal law (money laundering; cybercrime; human trafficking, sexual exploitation of children, child pornography, smuggling of human beings; racism and xenophobia; criminal law protection of intellectual property, product piracy and trademark counterfeiting; food law, etc.)
5.4
Cooperation in criminal matters
5.41
Depictions covering more than one aspect of police and judicial cooperation (information on the “third pillar”)
5.42
Schengen and Prüm
5.43
Police cooperation in criminal matters
5.44
Special types of judicial cooperation in criminal matters within the EU (in general, on extradition in Europe, see International Law 76; on the European Arrest Warrant, see European Law 5.45) (legal assistance and extradition within the EU; mutual recognition of judicial decisions; the European Evidence Warrant; free availability of data)
5.45
European Arrast Warrant
5.48
Customs cooperation
5.49
Other
5.5
European institutions for the prosecution and prevention of crime
5.51
Literature covering more than one area
5.52
Europol
5.53
Eurojust
5.54
European Public Prosecutor
5.59
Other (EJN/liaison magistrates and liaison prosecutors, European police academy (CEPOL), Council of Europe committees, etc.)
5.6
European law of criminal procedure
5.61
General
5.62
Conflicts of jurisdiction and ne bis in idem
5.63
Procedural rights in the EU (see also European Law 7.6 and 7.7)
5.64
Coercive measures
5.65
Victim protection in Europe
5.69
Other
5.7
European law of prison administration
5.9
Other
7
Fundamental rights and human rights in Europe
7.1
General depictions of fundamental and human rights in Europe
7.2
European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR)
7.3
Legal protection within the framework oft he ECHR (case law of the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) and the European Commission of Human Rights (ECHR))
7.4
Casebooks on the ECtHR (see also International Law 48 for the official collection)
7.6
Protection of fundamental rights in and by the European Union (see also European Law 5.63)
7.7
Charter of Fundamental Rights
7.9
Other
10
European constitutional law
10.1
General depictions
10.2
Constitution in Europe
10.9
Other
15
Rights in the European Union
15.1
General depictions
15.2
Citizenship of the European Union
15.3
Non-discrimination; equality before the law
15.4
Fundamental freedoms
15.9
Other
20
Bodies and institutions of the European Union
20.1
Comprehensive literature
20.2
European Parliament
20.3
European Council; Council of Ministers
20.4
Commission
20.9
Other institutions (Committee of the Regions (CoR), etc.)
25
System of collective legal protection; European Court of Justice
25.1
General depictions of the system of legal protection in the EU, including legal protection in the areas of justice and home affairs
25.2
Depictions of the institution ECJ; first-instance court
25.3
Casebooks on the case law of the ECJ/EGC (see International Law 48 for the official collection)
25.9
Other
30
Functioning of the European Union
30.1
General depictions of how the EU works
30.2
EU legislation and acts of law (effect of guidelines/framework decisions, etc.)
30.3
Conferral of powers (relations between EC/EU and Member States, principle of limited individual competences, principle of subsidiarity and proportionality, types of competencies, etc.)
30.4
European administrative law / enforcement of Union law
30.5
Liability
30.6
Strengthened cooperation
30.7
Financing of the Union; Budgetary control
30.9
Other (civil service law/public services law, etc.)
40
Internal Market (separate policy area of the Union)
40.1
General depictions of the internal market and the European Economic Community; legal harmonization
40.2
Customs union (for cooperation in customs matters, see European Law 5.48)
40.3
Competition law and state aid law
40.4
Antitrust law
40.5
European tax law
40.9
Other (public procurement law, etc.)
41
Economic and monetary policy (separate policy area of the Union) (general depictions, introduction of the Euro, European Central Bank, etc.)
45
European civil law / cooperation in civil matters
48
Other policy areas of the European Union (see European Law 4 for asylum, visa, and immigration)
48.1
General depictions covering more than one topic
48.2
Employment and social policy
48.3
Agricultural law; fishing and farming
48.4
Consumer protection / consumer health
48.5
Environmental protection; protection of animals
48.6
Traffic and transport / trans-European networks
48.7
Energy and industrial policy
48.9
Other
50
Union's external action
50.1
General depictions covering more than one topic
50.2
Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP)
50.3
Common commercial policy / foreign trade law / customs law / WTO
50.4
International organizations and EU/EC
50.5
Relations with third countries; neighborhood policy / associations
50.9
Other
90
Journals

 

InfR

Section "Information Law and Legal Informatics" (Informationsrecht)


Country abbreviations

1
General (anthologies; statutory texts and materials as well as general literature that cannot be assigned to any specific group)
1.1
Systematic and basic depictions; textbooks
1.2
Festschriften, collected works
1.3
Reference works, dictionaries, directories
1.4
Bibliographies
1.5
Statutory texts
1.6
Collections of cases
1.9
Other
5
Informatics and information technologies
5.1
Software (operating systems, programming, application software, contents and knowledge management)
5.2
Data networks (network technology, function oft he Internet, service providers, etc.)
5.3
IT security
5.4
Cryptography (technical aspects: encryption, stenography, technical principles of DRM and electronic signatures) (legal aspects of DRM, see Information Law 30.19) (legal aspects of electronic signatures, see Information Law 20.11)
5.5
Biometrics
5.6
Legal informatics
5.61
General and theory (legal logic, methodological questions)
5.62
Legal information systems
5.63
Visualization of law (depiction of legal information; e-learning)
5.69
Other (Software fort he judiciary, software for lawyers, decision-making systems)
5.9
Other (other subareas of information technology without legal aspects)
10
Media law
10.1
Telecommunications law
10.2
Press law
10.3
Broadcasting law
10.4
Internet law
10.41
Provider responsibility
10.42
Regulating the Internet (ICANN domain allocation; legal specifications)
10.43
Offers on the Internet subject to authorization (e-gambling, Internet casinos, online pharmacies)
10.49
Other (special issues not specific to service providers (e.g. civil law breaches of duty of care, public law blocking orders))
10.9
Other (covering more than one media law issue)
20
Civil law
20.1
Electronic business transactions
20.11
Electronic declarations of intent; digital signatures
20.12
Consumer protection
20.13
Public service contracts (content, webspace, ASP, etc.)
20.19
Other
20.9
Other (tort law, breaches of duty, see Information Law 10.41) (legal protection of personality, see Information Law 50.11)
30
Intellectual property and copyright law
30.1
Copyright law
30.11
Copyright protection of software and databases
30.12
Copyright infringements and anti-piracy measures
30.19
Other (individual issues of copyright law, e.g. DRM)
30.2
Commercial property rights, competition law, labelling law
30.21
Domain law
30.22
Individual property rights (trademark law, patent law, etc.)
30.23
Competition law (competition law in general, supplementary protection); advertising law (consumer protection, see Information Law 20.12)
30.29
Other
30.9
Other (also: literature on intellectual property and copyright law covering more than one area, e.g. hyperlinks)
40
Employment law (including employee data protection)
50
Data protection and privacy safeguards
50.1
Individual aspects of data protection
50.11
Right to informational self-determination
50.12
Secrecy of telecommunications
50.19
Other privacy safeguards (inviolability oft he home, right to one’s own image, right to encryption) (Coercive measures by law enforcement authorities, see Information Law 60.3)
50.2
Data protection on the Internet
50.9
Other (e.g. data protection and the media, journalistic data protection) (employee data protection, see Information Law 40)
60
Criminal law
60.1
Computer-related crime
60.11
Fraudulent conduct (computer fraud, data manipulation, deception of computer users, e.g. dialers, phishing)
60.12
Attacks on the integrity and functioning of computer systems (hacking, malware, sabotage)
60.19
Other
60.2
Criminal prohibition of media contents
60.21
Protection of minors, including criminal laws against pornography
60.22
Hate crime, radical propaganda, incitement to commit criminal offenses (when related to the media)
60.29
Other
60.3
Law of criminal procedure and security law (state intervention in data protection and privacy; other issues related to information technology)
60.9
Other (criminal offenses related to privacy safeguards, see Information Law 50.19) (criminal copyright laws, piracy laws, see Information Law 30.12)
70
Public law
70.1
Electronic traffic of public authorities, eGovernment, etc. (data protection, see Information Law 50) (telecommunications law, press law, broadcasting law, see Information Law 10ff) (technical aspects of electronic signatures, see Information Law 5.4)
70.9
Other
90
Journals

Krim

Section "Criminology" (Kriminologie)


Country abbreviations

I.
General criminology
II.
Offender, victim, special factors
III.
Criminology of individual offenses
IV.
Social and state controls
V.
Statistics
VI.
Journals

I.
General criminology
1
Criminology, general
1.1
Textbooks, general works
1.2
Readers, anthologies, Festschriften
1.3
Handbooks, dictionaries
1.4
Bibliographic works
1.5
Other
2
Methods and research facilities, general
2.1
Criminal biology, criminal anthropology
2.2
Criminal psychology
2.3
Criminal sociology
2.9
Other
3
Crime in individual countries, general (cf. Criminology 30.2)
5
Historical criminology
5.1
History and pioneers of criminology
5.11
History
5.12
Pioneers
5.2
History of crime
5.21
Witches and magic
5.3
History of crime prevention (except for prison history, see Criminology 70.1)
6
Criminal processes, individual offenders, general
6.1
Series
6.2
Monographs, case studies
6.3
Cases, protocols
6.31
Offenses against the state
6.32
Offenses against life and limb
6.33
Other offenses against persons
6.34
Marriage, family, civil status offenses
6.35
Sexual offenses
6.36
Property offenses
6.37
Traffic offenses
6.371
Manslaughter
6.39
Other offenses
6.9
Other
9
Crimes relating to art, video, film, TV, literature
10
Organization of criminology
10.1
Institutes and research
10.2
Vocational training and studies
10.3
Congresses, conferences
15
Commission reports, hearings
19
Other
II.
Offender, victim, special factors
20
Offender, offender groups, general
21
Juveniles, general (juvenile crime; except for youth studies, cf. General 186)
21.1
Textbooks, general works
21.2
Readers, anthologies
21.3
Methods and research facilities, general
21.31
Criminal biology
21.32
Criminal psychology
21.33
Criminal sociology
21.4
Monographs, general (except for female juveniles, see Criminology 23.1)
21.41
Juvenile delinquency (definition, case examples)
21.42
Maladjusted children, street children
21.43
Deviant behavior (particularly juvenile delinquency)
21.44
Groups and gangs
21.45
Rebellion, riots, hooliganism
21.46
Vandalism
22
Alte Elderly, general
22.1
Elderly crime
23
Females, general (female delinquency, including general literature on females, emancipation, etc.)
23.1
Female juveniles
23.2
Adults
24
Criminal careers, general
24.1
Amateurs, opportunists
24.2
Motivated offenders
24.3
Repeat offenders, habitual offenders, criminal careers
24.4
Criminal groups, terrorism (except for Criminology 21.44)
24.5
Organized crime, mafia
24.9
Other
25
Minorities, outsiders, cultural conflicts, subcultures, general
25.1
Hippies, deadbeats, punks, rockers, skinheads
25.2
No fixed abode, clochards, homeless, Berber
25.3
Ethnic minorities, migrants
25.31
Black people
25.32
Sinti, Romani
25.33
Guest workers, foreigners
25.39
Other
25.7
Emigrants, resettlers
25.8
Homelessness
25.9
Other (for example, intellectuals, artists)
27
Other offenders, offender groups
28
Victimology
29
Costs of crime
30
Special factors, general
30.1
Social class
30.11
Lower class (including poverty)
30.12
Middle and upper class
30.19
Other
30.2
Ecology, general
30.21
Crime in individual regions, places, locations
30.22
Crime in large cities
30.23
Crime in small cities
30.29
Crime in rural areas
30.3
Families
30.31
Nuclear families
30.32
Non-nuclear families (illegitimacy, divorce, etc.)
30.33
Adoption, foster parents
30.4
Schools, poor students
30.5
Religion, belief
30.6
Work, workplace
30.7
Mass media
30.8
Economic activity, wealth
30.9
War, post-war, military, civilian service
39
Other factors
III.
Criminology of individual offenses and deviant behavior
40
Deviant behavior, social problems, general
40.2
Sin, immorality
40.3
Suicide, self-harm
40.4
Political opposition
40.5
Protest behavior, riots
45
Individual offenses and forms of deviant behavior
46
Offenses against the state, political offenses (including secret societies)
46.1
Treason
46.2
Offenses relating to public security and safety (except for offenses relating to demonstrations)
46.3
Opposition to the state (except for offenses relating to demonstrations)
46.4
Offenses relating to demonstrations
46.5
Perjury
46.7
Other offenses against public authorities or the administration of justice (corruption)
46.8
Military offenses (desertion, etc.)
46.9
Other
47
Offenses of the state and its organs, general
47.1
Offenses by public officials
47.2
War crimes
47.3
Crimes against humanity (including Nazi crimes)
47.8
Political justice
47.9
Other
48
Offenses against life and limb; medical offenses, including violence
48.1
Homicide
48.11
Murder, manslaughter
48.12
Assisted suicide; euthanasia; cessation of treatment
48.13
Infanticide
48.14
Negligent homicide (except in traffic)
48.2
Abortion and artificial influences on fertility
48.21
Abortion
48.22
Artificial influences on fertility
48.3
Treatment; malpractice; human experiments; medical trials; regulation of medical drugs and devices; gene manipulation; involuntary treatment
48.4
Assault and battery
48.41
Assault; damaging and embryo
48.42
Child abuse, abuse of dependents, wife-beating, domestic violence
48.43
Negligent homicide (except in traffic)
49
Other offenses against persons
49.1
Honor
49.11
Insult and defamation
49.12
False accusation
49.2
Press offenses
49.3
Coercion (hostage taking, kidnapping); extortion; stalking
49.4
Private sphere
49.41
Injury to another’s private sphere
49.42
Trespass
49.9
Other
50
Marriage, family, civil status offenses
50.1
Marriage
50.11
Adultery
50.2
Family
50.21
Failure to pay child support
50.22
Failure to provide care
50.3
Civil status
50.4
Child trafficking
51
Sexual offenses and deviant sexual behavior
51.1
Violent offenses
51.11
Sexually motivated homicide
51.12
Rape, sexual coercion
51.2
Children, dependents
51.21
Sexual abuse of children
51.22
Sexual abuse of dependents, patients
51.3
Incest
51.4
Exhibitionism, voyeurism
51.41
Exhibitionism
51.42
Voyeurism
51.5
Homosexuality, bisexuality, transsexualism, transvestism
51.51
Male homosexuality
51.52
Female homosexuality
51.53
Homosexual prostitution
51.54
Transsexualism
51.55
Transvestism
51.56
Bisexuality
51.6
Prostitution, procuration; human trafficking
51.61
Prostitution (except for Criminology 51.53)
51.62
Procuration
51.63
Procuration
51.7
Pornography
51.9
Other
52
Property offenses, general
52.1
Theft, embezzlement, robbery, handling stolen goods
52.11
Theft, embezzlement
52.12
Robbery
52.13
Handling stolen goods
52.2
White-collar crime, business crime, industrial espionage, cybercrime
52.21
Tax offenses
52.22
Bankruptcy offenses
52.3
Fraud and forgery
52.31
Counterfeiting
52.32
Forgery of checks
52.33
Art forgery
52.4
Fraud
52.5
Property damage
52.51
Material damage, graffiti
52.52
Arson
52.9
Other (including product piracy)
55
Traffic offenses, general
55.1
Traffic offenses resulting in death
55.2
Traffic offenses resulting in bodily injury
55.3
Hit-and-run offenses
55.4
Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
55.9
Other
56
Drug offenses
56.1
Nicotine
56.2
Depressants
56.21
Opiates (opium, heroin, morphine, etc.)
56.22
Barbiturates and tranquilizers (Librium, Valium, etc.)
56.23
Alcohol
56.3
Stimulants
56.31
Cocaine
56.32
Amphetamines
56.4
Hallucinogens
56.41
Cannabis (hash), marihuana (hemp)
56.42
Mescaline
56.43
LSD
56.8
Designer drugs (ecstasy, etc.)
56.9
Other
59
Other offenses and forms of deviant behavior
59.1
Religious offenses
59.2
Environmental offenses
59.7
Other offenses outside the criminal code
59.8
Petty offenses
59.9
Other
IV.
Social and state controls
60
Social and state control of deviant behavior, general
60.1
Informal controls
60.11
Primary socialization (family of origin)
60.12
Secondary socialization (marriage/career)
60.13
Social groups
60.2
Formal controls
60.21
Repression, deterrence
60.22
Prevention
60.23
Criminal pedagogics
60.24
Crime policy, reforms
60.3
Unreported crime, selection, stigmatization
60.31
Unreported crime
60.32
Selection
60.33
Stigmatization
60.4
Social policy
60.9
Other
61
Private citizens and formal social controls
61.1
Complainant, informer
61.2
Witnesses
61.3
Private legal action
61.4
Volunteers in the criminal justice system
61.8
Self-protection, self-justice, “private policing“
62
Social and state control of juveniles, general
62.1
Juvenile support institutions
62.11
Juvenile welfare
62.12
Juvenile services
62.13
Educational counseling
62.14
Kindergarten, pre-school
62.15
School
62.16
Career promotion
62.17
Juvenile employment, juvenile organizations
62.2
Reform schools, corrective training
62.21
Nurseries
62.22
Child and juvenile homes
62.23
Corrective training
62.3
Protection of juveniles/minors
62.4
Prosecution of juveniles/minors
62.41
Police
62.42
Children’s courts
62.5
Imprisonment of juveniles/minors
62.51
Closed institutions
62.52
Open/semi-open institutions
62.6
Probation services, diversion, out-patient services
62.9
Other
63
Social and state control of females (including prison)
64
Prognoses, follow-up studies, general
64.1
Social prognoses
64.2
Criminal prognoses
64.5
Follow-up studies
65
Investigation and prosecution institutions
65.1
Police, general (history, training, organization)
65.11
Criminal police (including intelligence services)
65.12
Crime statistics, general
65.13
Tactics
65.14
Techniques
65.16
Uniformed police, traffic police
65.17
Riot police
65.19
Other
65.2
Public prosecution
65.3
Judiciary, general
65.31
Judges, courts (except for lay and youth judges/courts)
65.32
Lay judges
65.33
Judicial panels
65.34
Internal disciplinary rules
65.36
Assessment of evidence, attribution of liability
65.37
Sentencing
65.39
Other
65.4
Lawyers, defense counsel
65.5
Appraiser, expert opinions, general
65.53
Sociologists as appraisers
65.54
Giving of expert opinions
65.59
Other
65.6
Custody, bail, pre-trial release
65.7
Fines
70
Imprisonment, penology, general
70.1
History of imprisonment (until 1900)
70.2
Imprisonment in individual countries
70.3
Prison reform
71
Imprisonment, detention, general
71.1
Institutional analyses, empirical studies
71.2
Types of imprisonment facilities
71.21
Prison islands/colonies, concentration camps
71.22
Workhouses, prisons
71.23
Preventive detention
71.24
Open/semi-open institutions
71.25
Psychiatric hospitals
71.26
Social therapy institutions
71.29
Other
71.3
Inmates
71.31
Testimonies, descriptions
71.32
Inmates and the outside world (especially families)
71.33
Participation in decision making, self-organization
71.39
Other
71.4
Prison organization
71.41
Prison architecture
71.42
Work, free-time
71.43
Education and vocational training
71.44
Pastoral care, counseling
71.45
Personnel; volunteers
71.46
Private prisons
71.49
Other
71.7
Individual prisons
71.8
Services for prisoners and those released (except for half-way houses), social work in the prison environment
71.9
Other
72
Release, general (emphasis on empirical studies)
72.1
Probation, parole, reclassification, court assistance
72.2
Half-way houses, hostels, temporary accommodation
72.3
Treatment centers (for out-patients)
72.4
Electronic monitoring
72.9
Other
73
Rehabilitation, resocialization
75
Sanctions, general (emphasis on empirical studies)
75.1
General sanctions and measures
75.11
Capital punishment
75.12
Imprisonment, detention
75.121
short (max. 6 months)
75.122
long
75.13
Corporal punishment
75.14
Public humiliation
75.15
Fines
75.16
Driver’s license suspension/cancellation
75.19
Community service, other
75.2
Special forms of treatment
75.21
Pedagogic and/or psychological treatment (including social therapy)
75.22
Somatic treatment
75.23
Pharmacotherapy
75.29
Other
75.3
Sanctions and treatment for juveniles
75.31
Long term placement in child and/or juvenile homes, juvenile punishment, etc.
75.32
Short term (juvenile detention, etc.)
75.33
Release measures
75.4
Positive sanctions, incentives
75.9
Other
V.
Statistics
81
Applied statistics, general (demographics)
81.1
Statistics, national and international
81.2
Statistics, regional (states, provinces, etc.)
81.3
Statistics, local (cities, municipalities, etc.)
81.9
Other
85
Crime statistics, general
85.1
Crime statistics (including collections)
85.11
National
85.12
Regional
85.13
Local
85.14
Other
85.2
Police statistics
85.21
National
85.22
Regional
85.23
Local
85.24
Other
85.3
Court statistics
85.31
National
85.32
Regional
85.33
Local
85.34
Other
85.4
Prison statistics
85.41
National
85.42
Regional
85.43
Local
85.44
Other
85.5
Probation statistics
85.51
National
85.52
Regional
85.53
Local
85.54
Other
85.6
Child and youth welfare statistics
85.61
National
85.62
Regional
85.63
Local
85.64
Other
85.7
Traffic and accident statistics
85.71
National
85.72
Regional
85.73
Local
85.74
Other
85.9
Other
VI.
Journals
90
Journals (criminology)

RuM

Section "Law and Medicine" (Recht und Medizin)


Country abbreviations

1ff
General
1
Textbooks, general works
2
Bibliographic works, catalogs
3
Reference works, dictionaries, directories
4
Collected laws
5
Statistics
6
Historical works
7
Festschriften, collected works
8
Methodology and history of medical science
9
Medical literature (textbooks)
10
Medical ethics
11
Ethics commissions
12
Regulation of medical practitioners , including procedural law (except for Law and Medicine 11)
13
Medical education and training
14
Healthcare and health policy measures (national)
15
International health organizations (WHO, WMA, UN, UNESCO, etc.)
16
International, supranationa, and European medical law
17
Medical sociology
18
Doctor-patient relationship, general
19
Public health insurance law; nursing insurance
20
Private health insurance law
21
Other insurance law
22
Laws on costs, fees, and charges
23
Computers and medicine (including Internet)
90
Journals, annuals
101ff
Treatment, general
101
Contract and liability law (doctor, hospital)
102
Criminal liability for surgical treatment
103
Division of labor, delegation
104
Informed consent, unauthorized treatment
105
Medical records
106
Access to medical records
107
Confidentiality, refusal to provide evidence
108
Privacy, data protection
109
Treatment errors
110
Quality assurance
111
Laws of evidence
112
Medical assessments, expert opinions
113
Expert commissions and redress bodies
201ff
Birth and population control, the role of medical practitioners at conception
201
Childbirth and family planning, general
202
Birth control (contraception, sterilization)
203
Fertility treatment (artificial insemination, in-vitro fertilization, surrogate motherhood)
204
Abortion (unless covered in individual country sections)
205
Prenatal and postnatal medicine
206
Genetic counselling
207
Genetic engineering and human conception; cloning, germline modification (unless covered in Law and Medicine 203) (cf. Law and Medicine 405 and Law and Medicine 406)
301ff
The role of medical practitioners at the end of life
301
Definition of death, pronouncement of death
302
Euthanasia (unless covered in individual country sections)
303
Suicide (unless covered in Criminology 40.3)
304
Post-mortem examination, autopsy, burial rights
305
Hospice, palliative, and end-of-life care
401ff
Special medical fields and activities
401
Emergency and intensive care, rescue services
402
Catastrophe and disaster medicine, military medicine
403
Organ transplantation
404
Blood donation, blood transfusion
405
Gene therapy, gene transferal
406
Genome analysis, including genetic fingerprinting; DNA
407
Medical care of prisoners, including force-feeding
408
Psychiatry and psychotherapy; court-ordered psychiatry
409
Care and treatment of addicts
410
Commitment proceedings
411
Preventive medicine
412
Alternative medicine
413
Sexual medicine, castration, sex change
414
Contagious diseases, sexually transmitted diseases
415
AIDS
416
Traffic medicine
417
Workplace medicine
418
Insurance medicine
419
Forensic medicine
420
Cosmeric surgery
421
Sports medicine, including doping
422
Environmental medicine
423
Dentistry
424
Veterinary medicine
425
Individual diseases
430
Other
501ff
Research
501
Medical trials, human experiments
502
Human embryo and fetal research
503
Pharmaceutical trials (cf. Law and Medicine 501)
504
Genetic engineering and the law
505
Animal trials; animal rights
506
Other
601ff
Pharmaceutical and pharmacist laws, medical devices and products
601
Pharmaceutical laws (cf. Law and Medicine 602)
602
Pharmacist laws, laws governing the profession
603
Narcotics (unless covered in Criminology 56)
604
Medical devices and products
605
Radiation safety and protection
606
Drug advertising
701ff
Miscellaneous healthcare professions and institutions
701
Healthcare professions (including masseurs, physiotherapists, nurses, technical assistants, etc.)
702
Midwives
703
Alternative practitioners
704
Hospitals (including financing and liquidation); medical centers
705
Labor laws for healthcare professions
999
Other

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Section "International Law and International Criminal Law" (Völkerrecht)

1
International law - general, textbooks
2
History of international law
4
Relationship between international la wand national law
5
International law, monographs
6
Festschriften
8
Diplomats, extraterritoriality. Immunity
10
United Nations. Historical overview, general
12
Organization of the United Nations, reports
13
Activities of the United Nations
15
United Nations conventions
16
Primacy of UN conventions over national law
17
Other international organizations and institutions
20
International law conference papers
21
Material on international associations, bodies
22
International Commissions of Jurists
30
International treaties (cf. International Law 51, International Law 55, International Law 58/exceptions)
32
Literature concerning international treaties
35
Assistance, bibliographies
40
Human rights
a
General, textbooks, collected works
b
Human rights conventions (UN) and their national predecessors
c
European human rights conventions (unless covered in European Law 7.2)
d
American Convention on Human Rights
e
African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights
f
Regional developments (unless covered in Country Section G 18)
g
Individual human rights
h
Human rights and criminal law, criminal procedure, law of prison administration
i
Human rights and constitutional/administrative law
x
Other
45
International arbitration law
46
International jurisdiction, organization and procedure (general)
47
Literature on international jurisdiction
48
International jurisdiction (procedure and decisions)
49
International jurisdiction in practice
50
Laws of war, espionage
51
Conventions and documents re. wartime
52
Literature on conventions and documents re. wartime
53
Occupation law
54
Literature on occupation law
55
Law of neutrality (conventions, etc.)
56
Law of neutrality (works and literature on conventions)
58
Armistice treaties, peace treaties
59
Literature on armistice and peace treaties
60
International criminal law (stricto sensu) - general
62
Persons liable to prosecution
64
General works
65
Individual crimes
66
International criminal law jurisdiction. Organization and procedure (general)
67
Literature on the administration of internal criminal law
68
International criminal law jurisdiction (procedure and decisions)
69
International criminal law jurisdiction in practice
70
International criminal law - general (cf. Country Section B 61)
72
Crimes committed abroad, crimes committed by foreigners
73
International criminal procedure, consular jurisdiction
74
Deportation, asylum
76
Extradition
78
Additional forms of intergovernmental legal assistance
79
International police
80
International counterterrorism strategies
88
International law annuals and archives
90
International law journals
93
Nuclear law
95
Other
96
Space and aviation law, law of the seas
97
Private security and military companies
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