• Ecomog
    PROBLEM 8. Over the years, Nigeria’s border communities have witnessed a high degree of illegal trans-border activities such as smuggling, armed banditry and cattle rustling. In addition, various forms of unlawful trafficking, most especially, in SALWS, women and children are easily carried out...
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  • Individual
    is usually structured along hierarchical lines is a chieftain supported by close advisers, lower subordinates, and so on. This paper will talk about the identification of the problems presented and the various relationships established by organized crime, describing the legal limitations associated...
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  • Sociology
    interchangeable concepts both referring to any interrelated system of role and statuses.” Ogburn and Nimkoff said that: “When the harmonious relationship between the various parts of culture is disturbed, social disorganization ensues. Social disorganization implies some breakdown in the organization of...
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  • Human Trafficking
    , especially women and children, Dec. 13 2000, supplementing the U.N. Convention against transnacional organized crime G.A. Res 55/25, Annex II, U. N. Doc. A/res/55/25 (Nov.15, 2000). 3 Final Report, California Alliance to combat trafficking and slavery Task Force, October 2007. 2 1 • Debt...
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  • Juvenile Delinquency
    their own merit when explaining crime and delinquency, perhaps social factors can best explain juvenile delinquency. Juvenile delinquency is a massive and growing problem in America. The social causes of juvenile delinquency encompass a wide array of theories that have been set forth by...
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  • Cyber Crime
    about ways in which organized crime and cyber-crime are beginning to overlap. 3. Identify a series of measures necessary for business to respond effectively to the growing exploitation of the Internet by organized criminals. Organized Crime and Cyber-Crime Organized crime is primarily about the...
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  • Why Youth Become Involved in Gangs
    , and Sandra Bell’s Young Offenders and Youth Justice. Section One: The Background on Youth and Gangs One problem with gangs is that there is no one definition for it; Collins dictionary refers to it as, “a group of people who associate together or act as an organized body, esp. for...
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  • Organised Crime in the Name of Religion
     cosmos and human. Organized Crimes in the name of religion is very serious problem in the world. Many people organized crimes under the religion. Due to this problem people loss faith on religion. There are so many cross border effects by this problem. Religious violence in India includes acts of...
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  • Anatomy of Russia’s Market Segmentation
    Abstract Based on a relationship between price difference and demand difference among locations, the role of various market frictions in causing segmentation of the Russian goods market is analysed. The spatial sample covers most of Russian regions (70 of the 89); the data are annual, spanning 1992 to...
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  • Fraud Research
    consumer acceptance and ignorance of fraud. Until Wisconsin has a fraud bureau, the extent of the insurance crime problem will remain unknown and all consumers will continue to pay for the expenses fraud causes through higher premiums. Methods and Procedures Secondary research from a variety of studies...
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  • Guidelines for Writing the Three Major Parts of the Literature Review
    , theme or research question or problem) that is being reviewed. Aim for an “eye catching opening sentence”. Sometimes this is a dramatic expression of a number to catch the reader’s attention such as the prevalence of a disease, crime rate, school drop out rate, or sales volume. Be sure the topic...
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  • Social Change
    ) | | | | Organized crime   | The work of a group that regulates relations between various criminal enterprises involved in the smuggling and sale of drugs, prostitution, gambling, and other activities. (See 175) | | | | Out-group   | A group or category to which people feel...
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  • Crime and Deviance
    /2006 18:08 Page 263 Organized crime, international crime, and terrorism 263 ‘Buffer’, who acts as the interface or intermediary between the senior family members and the lower-level operatives. The Buffer had various ‘Lieutenants’ responsible for particular operating units, each of which...
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  • Curruption in Business
    of new cases of local corruption per year. Paper provides definitions of "corrupt", "public fraud", "public crime", "petty public corruption" and "organized public corruption". Paper also identifies a number of societal changes (e.g., "decentralization has brought government closer to society, and...
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  • Contemporary issues in Organizational Leadership
    original Model of Leadership and then compare this with his later development of Cognitive Resource Theory. The first complete contingency model for leadership was presented in 1967 by Fred Fiedler's. His contingency hypothesis was the first to identify how situational factors interrelate with...
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  • Crime and Policising in Nigeria
    country. This government perception is reflected in its general and particular policies and responses towards crime, criminal and victims of crime as well as towards issues and agencies dealing with these and in the failure to recognize the relationship, policy-wise, between the problem of crime...
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  • Disaster and the Criminal Justice System
    place. The core functions of the American criminal justice system were established between 1776 and the adoption of the US Constitution, particularly the Bill of Rights in 1789. However, it was not until 1967 that our federal government produced a schematic that graphically presented both the...
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  • Criminal Justice
    relationship.” (Lyman and Potter 2007) There are two conclusions that can be drawn from the empirical evidence; these conclusions are supported by the structure of organized crime. The first one is, these enterprises strive from illegal activities due to the relatively hostile environments for which...
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  • Strengths and Weaknesses of the Social Capital Approach
    established democracies, there are pressures that threaten various democratic basics (Defining Democracy). A democratic system’s openness also allows it to attract those with interests to use the democratic process as a means to attain power and influence, even if they completely agree with...
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  • The Role of Banking Sector in the Prevention of Money Laundering in Bangladesh
    Transnational Organized Crime, have assisted in complementing the work undertaken by the FATF. However, it was the FATF’s exercise on Non-Cooperating Countries and Territories which brought about a sea change in thinking at the highest political levels. The exercise, which identifies and evaluates the...
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