1 edition of Conflict, Politics and Crime found in the catalog.
|Statement||Taylor & Francis Group|
|Publishers||Taylor & Francis Group|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
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Like nations, a gang begins with its turf, and marks its borders clearly. Many of these crimes go unknown to the public. Politics and Crime traces the pressures on both sides of the equation brought by new political demands. Such persons have no formal means of peacefully settling routine business disputes such as access to courts and therefore must settle such disputes by formally illegal, often violent, methods.
New York: John Day Company. Many informal accounts suggest the political power of organised crime groups in violent and fragile contexts is growing. MacLean and Dragan Milovanovic, eds. Protests, however, have been powerful agents for change throughout history. The most difficult challenges for UN peace operations are situations where government or law enforcement officials are engaged in criminal markets.
Conflict example, punishment for white-collar crime, which is committed Conflict people of high social positions, is much less severe than for blue-collar crime, which is committed by average working Americans, sometimes as a way to improve living conditions. It ranges from knowingly selling faulty or unsafe products to purposely polluting the environment. Crime becomes organised to maximise profits and operates in secret to protect itself from enforcement agencies and competitors.
The relatively small 'power elite' in our society are much less likely to carry the stigma of deviance than anyone else. Geneva: Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue.
For instance, few police officials, judges, or prosecutors are likely to openly admit to, for example, bias along the lines of the race, class, or cultural backgrounds of criminal suspects or defendants.