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Global Crime Connections

Global Crime Connections
  • Author: Frank Pearce
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  • ISBN: UOM:39015020878974
  • Page: 269
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Published in both cloth (unseen) and paper editions, this collection of original essays challenges simplistic notions of crime and its control, discussing its international character, the impact of US drug policy, the politics (and criminal ...

Published in both cloth (unseen) and paper editions, this collection of original essays challenges simplistic notions of crime and its control, discussing its international character, the impact of US drug policy, the politics (and criminal element) of hazardous waste disposal and other environmental degradations, and corporate crime. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR


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Global Crime Connections
Language: en
Pages: 269
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Pages: 269
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Pages: 243
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Pages: 200
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Today, the world is facing an increasing impact from established organized crime, emerging transnational organized crime, and gangs that requires an understanding of who and what these organizations are and how they achieve their goals. Updated to include new and relevant research and statistics, Understanding Organized Crime, Second Edition provides