By Emilio C. Viano
This well timed publication presents contributions on overseas, comparative crime phenomena: gangs, trafficking, worry of crime, and crime prevention. It highlights contributions initially ready for the XVII global Congress of Criminology and for the 2015 Cybercrime convention in Oñati, Spain which were chosen, reviewed, and tailored for inclusion during this volume.
The paintings positive aspects overseas participants sharing the most recent study and techniques from quite a few worldwide areas. the 1st half examines the effect of gangs on felony actions and violence. the second one half explores unlawful trafficking of individuals, medications, and different illicit items as an international phenomenon, aided through the convenience of overseas commute, money move, and communique. ultimately, overseas ways to crime detection prevention are offered. The paintings offers case reviews and fieldwork that might be correct throughout numerous disciplines and a wealthy source for destiny research.
This paintings is suitable for researchers in criminology and legal justice, in addition to similar fields akin to overseas and comparative legislations, public coverage, and public health.
Read or Download Cybercrime, Organized Crime, and Societal Responses: International Approaches PDF
Similar comparative books
Over the past ten years, antitrust principles governing vertical agreements have gone through thorough reform. within the EC, the outdated sector-specific block exemptions have been changed through rules 2790/99, acceptable to all sectors of the economic climate. moreover, alterations brought to the procedural principles have resulted in the decentralization of Article 81(3) and the removing of the notification requirement.
This comparative examine of the works of Vladimir Solovyev and Max Scheler explores many of the components during which their strategies appear to endure an instantaneous relation to each other. the writer exhibits, notwithstanding, that this kind of correlation isn't really in response to any genuine impact of the sooner Russian at the later philosophy of Scheler.
Students have addressed at size the 'what' of judicial evaluation less than a invoice of rights - scrutinizing laws and notable it down - yet overlooked the 'how'. Adopting an inner felony viewpoint, Robert Leckey addresses that hole by way of reporting at the approaches and actions of judges of the top courts of Canada, South Africa and the uk as they practice their rather new debts of rights.
- British Government and the Constitution: Text and Materials
- Democracy Distorted: Wealth, Influence and Democratic Politics (Law in Context)
- Ethnic Diversity and Public Policy: A Comparative Inquiry
- Hindu Divorce: A Legal Anthropology
- Ciba Foundation Symposium - Caste and Race: Comparative Approaches
Additional info for Cybercrime, Organized Crime, and Societal Responses: International Approaches
J, 42(July), 1325. Chein, A. (2012). A practical look at virtual property. St. John’s Law Review, 80, 3, Summer, 1059–1088. Chia, T. (2012, August 20). Confidentiality, integrity and availability (CIA): The three components of the CIA triad. IT Security Community Blog. CJEU. (2014). Court of Justice of the European Union. Case number C-293/12. EUR-Lex, Official Journal of the European Union. num=C-293/12. (2011). Data theft? Cybercrime and the increasing criminalization of access to data. Criminal Law Forum, 22, 145–170.
Additional protocol to the convention on cybercrime, concerning the criminalization of acts of a racist and xenophobic nature committed through computer systems. htm. Deleon, N. (2008, March 26). Phishing scam targeting facebook users. com/2008/03/26/phishing-scam-targeting-facebook-users/. Downing, R. (2005). Shoring up the weakest link: What lawmakers around the world need to consider in developing comprehensive laws to combat cybercrime. Colum. , 43, 705. Doyle, C. (2016). RICO: A brief sketch.
81). But it is not simply that these knowledges have been buried by some accident of history, as Althusser (1970) in his analysis of what he calls ideological state apparatuses writes, “In other words, the school (but also other State institutions like the Church, or other apparatuses like the Army) teaches ‘know-how’, but in forms which ensure subjection to the ruling ideology or the mastery of its ‘practice’”. Knowledge that does not does not serve the state ideological apparatus or the dominant ruling, economic, intellectual or political force is knowledge or ideas that are consciously suppressed and “gulaged”.
Cybercrime, Organized Crime, and Societal Responses: International Approaches by Emilio C. Viano